“I Want Your Money:” Deficit spending is fiscal child abuse

Steve Moore of The Wall Street Journal is among a great cast of conservative officials, opinion molders, academics, and activists who appear in “I Want Your Money,” a controversial movie about the national debt, the federal deficit and the Tea Party movement produced by filmmaker Ray Griggs.

Moore calls deficit spending a form of “fiscal child abuse” because it passes the debt created by the present generation's living beyond its means to future generations who are forced to pay the costs.

Could that be what the big spenders really mean when they tell us their latest spending program must be passed “because it's for the children”???

Watch the trailer below and go here for a theatre locator to find the nearest showing.

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