We're doomed

"We're doomed" Continued...

The lesson in each of these cases is that economics is unforgiving. There's no free lunch. Debts come due. You can put them off, but not indefinitely (though politicians tell us we can). The bigger you let them get and the longer you put them off, the deeper they bury you when they come back at you.

D.C. Innes
D.C. Innes

D.C. is associate professor of politics at The King's College in New York City and co-author of Left, Right, and Christ: Evangelical Faith in Politics (Russell Media). Follow D.C. on Twitter @DCInnes1.


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