QUOTE-ACROSTIC

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES -

Last Week’s An­swer: R(on) PAUL: PO­LIT­I­CAL CHOICES: When the govern­ment spends more than it col­lects in rev­enues, it has three choices: it can raise taxes, print money, or bor­row money. While these ac­tions may ben­e­fit politi­cians, all are bad for Amer­i­cans.

A. Rib­bon B. Pin­ion C. Ac­co­mo­date D. Un­wieldy E. Larine F. Pos­sess G. On the whole H. Lessee I. In­ex­pen­sive J. Train K. In­co­her­ent L. Camera M. Af­ter­math N. Loath O. Carry weight P. Hor­net Q. Oc­tame­ter R. In­sol­vent S. Catch fire T. Em­bassy U. Sin­is­ter

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