Republicans are right to not increase the debt ceiling without some action to reduce our Country’s spending deficit. They are not right to pick out Obamacare as the only possible target. President Obama and the Democrats are wrong to insist that the Republican in the House of Representatives pass a “clean” debt limit expansion bill. The compromise should be to agree on spending cuts that are not specifically related to Obamacare. The four big drivers of the Federal budget deficit are Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and Military spending. Any other spending cuts, although helpful, do not really solve our long-term problem. Republicans should propose some type of binding agreement on entitlement and military spending cuts in return for passing a debt increase bill. The real problem to be solved is that we must stop spending beyond our means.