One of the most popular provisions of the 1994 Contract with America was a rule requiring Congress to live by the same laws that families and businesses are subject to.
So, why doesn’t Congress live by the financial and accounting standards required of the rest of us?
I’m speaking of the multitrillion-dollar Build Back Better law, a giant financial masquerade. No one knows what it costs. None of the Democrats in Congress who are hell-bent on passing it seems to care. That may be because, as the House Budget Committee chairman has pronounced, “We can pay for whatever we want to pay for.”
Uh-huh. Don’t hire this man as your accountant. …