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This entire post is so dangerously out of paradigm I don't know where to begin.
As a simple point of logic, the government spends the currency first, and then and only then could anyone use that currency to pay taxes or purchase government debt from the government, or spend it to buy stuff for themselves. The funds to pay taxes or buy government securities comes from government spending. Not the other way around.
The USD dollar is a simple tax credit and federal government debt is simply a mirror of the tax credits that have been saved by the rest of the entire world (U.S. domestic households, entities, and sub-governments, and foreign households, entities, and governments) not used to pay federal taxes.
Federal taxes are like a needle on the thermostat of the economy that regulates the temperature of the economy.
They are not for regulating the federal government's budget balance, but the balance of the economy.
Government spending is about public purpose, not about stimulus. Government should not being doing things just because the economy sucks; they should do those things because it serves public purpose and benefits society and should always be done regardless of the temperature of the economy.
The economy is like a runner that will go very fast, but will slow down if you put a bag over the runner's head.
So if the economy is too cold that means taxes are too high for the amount of government spending and the private credit expansion that we have. Getting rid of the bag over the runner's head is not stimulus. It's reversing the government's decision to put the bag over the runner's head.
Federal taxes regulate demand, and express other public interests, but they do not acquire the funds the federal government needs to spend.
There is no financial crisis so deep that a sufficiently large enough tax cut or government spending increase cannot deal with. - Mosler's Law