Just who does your money belong to anyway? Senator Judd Gregg schools MSNBCs Andrea Mitchell on taxes | Radio Vice Online For the record, tax cuts do not add to the deficit. The only thing that adds to the deficit is spending more money than you get. Just in case some progressives out there have trouble with the concept I will rephrase this in simpler language. The government is not entitled to anyone's money, no matter how rich they are. Money is not a limited resource, and Bill Gates having billions of dollars is not making anyone poorer. If you take money from him and give it to everyone else all you will accomplish is making Gates poor, you will not make anyone else rich. The only way to spend more money than you have is to spend more money than you have. Senator Judd Gregg attempts to explain this revolutionary concept to Andrea Mitchell. He is wasting his breath, but I know he is right so I will join him in wasting my time posting the same thing. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkdJAjaceIM&feature=player_embedded[/ame] Say it along with me, the only way to add to the deficit is spend more money than you have.Money is artificial, and one person having more of an artificial object does not deny others anything. For those here who are rich and think the government should have more of your money, just send it to them. they will be more than happy to take it and find a way to waste it without you insisting that everyone else has to give up their money.