Explanation of how NCAA football coaches are different from the rest of us
Another instance of the huge differences in how people see the world

If we're going to restore the Clinton tax rates . . .

. . . why not also bring back back the Clinton spending cuts?"

In his eight years as President, Clinton reduced federal spending to 18.2 percent of GDP from 22.1 percent, thanks in large part to a Republican-controlled Congress that forced the issue.  Defense spending as a portion of GDP declined by 1.8 points, but non-defense spending dropped by 2.2 points.  Clinton and the Republicans in Congress cut spending on domestic discretionary programs as well as entitlement spending through welfare reform.