Borrowing to prosperity bugs the Harvard man and me. I don’t understand complicated economics, but I do know that a federal credit card with $200 trillion on it, as Ferguson pointed out, is probably more than our grandchildren can pay off. What are they thinking? Who can think straight when you despise “my good friend and colleague?” He’s your bitter enemy, stupid, and that’s the problem.
We work hard to generate something better for our family and society, a legacy to pass on to future generations. What else is there for us to do?
— Contact Terry Cummins at TLCTLC@AOL.com