When Democrats are in power, there are no rules. Paul Krugman, a columnist for the rapidly declining New York Times, has recently joined the media chorus visciously castigating Senator Jim Bunning for his attempt to delay a bill until Harry Reid and the Democrat leadership agreed to follow Obama's "PayGo" order and fund the legislation. The Senator described the bill as non-controversial, and at a mere $10 billion—pocket change to Liberals—it could easily be funded with unspent stimulus dollars. As Bunning put it in his own editorial, "If the Senate cannot find $10 billion to pay for a measure we all support, we will never pay for anything." At that rate, I guess we should just stop paying taxes altogether and fund everything with deficit spending.