A Surefire Way to Make Congress Face Down Nation’s Debt? It sure makes a heck of a lot of sense to me. Tell lawmakers that if they can’t get down to work to perform their primary job of enacting a federal budget they will get no money in their bank accounts. Simple. “No budget, no pay” is one heck of an incentive to compel Congress to take the budget process more seriously. Don’t expect lawmakers to suggest effective ways to revive a process they’ve let purposefully fall by the wayside. That kind of pressure—to perform in their jobs or be held accountable—will need to come from the outside. There’s absolutely no way they would do this themselves. Heck. The even exempt themselves from laws the rest of Americans need to obey. More @ Is ‘No Budget, No Pay’ A Surefire Way to Make Congress Face Down Nation’s Debt?