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Talk:Fiscal conservatism

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 Definition A political position (primarily in the United States) that calls for lower levels of public spending, lower taxes and lower government debt. [d] [e]

The article is about FISCAL polciies (that is, government spending and closely related issues of taxation and debt). We should not wander into other areas, like redistribution and regulation. They deserve their own articles. Richard Jensen 15:34, 23 January 2008 (CST)

Grover Norquist and Rep. Flake do not have a grass roots operation. so drop the ill-advised section.Richard Jensen 15:38, 23 January 2008 (CST)

A few comments or questions on the article:

First, some of the language appears slightly non-neutral in tone. Second, there appears to be an unexplained contradiction. Reagan is described as being a proponent of fiscal conservatism while increasing the debt. Later, Bush is derided for not being a fiscal conservative for same. ...said Mike Shor (talk) (Please sign your talk page posts by simply adding four tildes, ~~~~.)