Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Sun Mar 17 11:09:18 MDT 2013

In effect binding the next Congress(with debt) is exactly what we have been doing.   Whether  we bind them with more or less debt/spending/taxes/ etc... is just a matter of perspective.... but spend now- pay later seems to be the binding of choice. 
You may be right about needing to change the Constitution.   Until we turn the 26th upside down and establish a maximum voting age,  future taxpayers who are not yet old enough to vote don't stand a chance. 

--- On Sun, 3/17/13, Dennis Putnam <dap1 at bellsouth.net> wrote:

In addition, short of a constitutional amendment, Ryan's plan is only
good at best for 1 year. This congress cannot bind the next congress to
anything. If the takers again turnout in greater numbers than the
makers, and turn over control of the house to the Dems, Katey bar the door.
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