From a Culinary Perspective, the Heartland of America Is a Scary Place: The View from the Roasterie XVI: October 22, 2013: Kansas City Dark
Alan Greenspan: "Fraud" in "The Map and the Territory"

Bill Clinton Renominated You Twice, Mr. Greenspan...

And yet Greenspan forgets Bill Clinton's (and Al Gore's!) insistence that budget enforcement mechanisms be strengthened in order to "lock box" the budget surpluses--precisely in order to boost national savings and secure an economy strong enough to fund the entitlement programs.

Alan Greenspan:

The dot-com boom, for example, produced the budget surpluses of 1998 to 2001 for the federal government and many states. No elected officials in modern times seem to resist being enticed by unexpected surplus cash sitting around, uncommitted…

It wasn't enough for you to support the Bush tax cut of 2001, Mr. Greenspan?

Alan Greenspan: The Map and the Territory: Risk, Human Nature, and the Future of Forecasting: