Hypocricy on both sides of the aisle
The Kabuki tradition in Congress over raising the federal government's debt ceiling is in full flower. It's a more reliable Washington ritual than the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Here's how it goes: The president, whoever he is, says: "It's time to raise the debt limit because... well, we need the money."
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