Everything is on the table

In regard to the president’s deficit commission, Glenn Reynolds remarks:

When they say “everything’s on the table,” they don’t really mean “everything, including elimination of the Department of Education, and privatization of Social Security, and a 15% across-the-board cut in federal payrolls.”

Or to put it more bluntly, when they say everything’s on the table, they are lying.

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