Tom Palmer, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, penned the following piece over at Policymic. Tom rightly gets to the heart of the matter in his summation at the end of the essay.
“Government debts and printing-press money will harm future generations. It’s unfair. It’s immoral. And it’s going to be solved not by occupying Phoenix, or Wall Street, or Atlanta, but by demanding that spendthrift politicians stop the bailouts and the cronyism, put the brakes on spending, and pay attention to a truly radical concept: arithmetic. Those are sound Tea Party values.”