Constructive political process for deficit, Microeconomics

When Stockwell Day was leader of the Canadian Alliance Party (which soon became the new Conservative Party) he wrote that "the national debt is mortgaging our children's future." Assess the statement.

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has stated in his budget plans that the deficits will be reversed in the next couple of years. What advice would you give to Mr. Flaherty and Stephen Harper on establishing a constructive political process for deficit/debt reduction?

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