Speaker John Boehner has still not revealed a real “plan” to cut spending. Neither has Harry Reid and neither has the president.
All of the principals seem intent on keeping the American people in the dark about what they intend to do.
Conservatives in the House Caucus have to step up and demand the details.
Especially about the membership of any so-called “supercommittee.” if a single special committee of 12 –six senators and six representatives, divided between the two parties– is empowered to go to a final vote, and is burdened with even one tax-happy (er, “revenue growth”) Republican, the game is over, lost before it is begun.