Debt and deficit reduction are a must.
Bloomfield has outlined already that he wants to end corporate subsidies. But what else does Bill want to do about the tax-and-spend cult which has taken over Washington D. C.?
Revenue increases through closing loopholes is the way to go.
This is the kind of compromise that the voters in Washington are looking for.
I do not support everything in Simpson-Bowles, yet the nature of compromise includes the unshakable element that no one will walk away with everything that they want.
Bloomfield has advanced this proposal as the template that will help bring our national debt back under control.
With Paul Ryan's voucher plan for Medicare, plus the repeal of ObamaCare, this Congress will be back on track to fiscal solvency and economic recovery.