10, 14 and 18
require absolute answers to unforseen occassions. It may be
neccessary for the U.S. to re-occupy Grenada or even Panama (not that I
forsee these specific eventualities.) Funding unforseen
contingencies might require a yes vote on a bill or budget with a
projected deficet. And emergencies, that are not phony bail outs or
payoffs, might arise that are straightfoward and which require more
immediate action than 72 hours. In general I would answer
but I learned from the experience of Bush senior's No New Tax pledge
not to paint myself into a corner.
last item, I
can't support an across the board tax cut because not everyone pays
taxes. I will have to waffle on item 19 where my answer is
generally yes. However, everyone should have some 'skin in the game'
and a reason to promote thrift and restraint in government.