The constitution system of America currently experiences problems for party officials whose aim is to break the constitution and have their way. The main issue revolves around the deficit-reduction bill that was turned down in 2010 by the Republicans.
According to the book, the roots of the current economic crisis facing the American government were due to the fail of deficit-reduction plan (Mann & Ornstein, 77). The cosponsors of the plan voted against it in the approval panel in the bid of frustrating the Democrat members who were about to ascend power. According to the recent survey, the Republicans currently branded the ‘Young guns’, Knew that Obama was going to get credit in case the plan was effected. All the Democrats voted in support of the proposed plan but they didn’t meet the average percentage needed for bill approval. The incident seemed ironical as the cosponsors of the plan voted against their idea.
The initial plan was deficit-reduction and lowering of government expenditure as a mechanism of curbing the deteriorating American economy (Mann & Ornstein, 77). This plan never saw the light of the day due to selfish Personal ambition of the Republican members. The parties, especially the supposed ‘young Guns’ have since neglected the country’s interests to dwell on frustrating the democrat government by laying dangerous strategies aimed at realizing a revolution. According to the information depicted in the book, some democrat members pressurized the speaker of the National assembly to influence certain debt limit decisions in line with their personal interests. Their sole aim was to disapprove the credibility of the incumbent government and push for a revolution. The republicans wanted a harassed decision on the matter forcing the president or democrats to bend to their interest after which they have a reason to push for a revolution.
A consensus on deficit-reduction was met after reviewing the debt history of