Partisan bickering bodes ill for Fiscal Discipline

by Laura Ehrenberg-Chesler on April 7, 2011

in Fiscal Policy,Investment Strategies,politics

This morning in our research from Ed Yardeni, he discusses his dismay at the inability of Democrats and Republicans to agree on $61 Billion of budget cuts. “The Republicans, led by Paul Ryan(R-WI) are proposing a plan that would cut the $10 trillion of deficits projected over the next 10 years by the Obama administration, under current law, by a whopping $4.4 trillion. The only problem is that they can’t seem to agree with the Democrats on $61 billion in

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spending cuts for the current fiscal year, which is half way over. This raises the possibility that our country is politically incapable of restoring any fiscal discipline whatsoever.” If the market begins to perceive that this is in fact the case; the gains we have enjoyed since the November election could quickly evaporate.

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