(caps in title for emphasis). Concerning the nonchalant attitude by Republicans over the sequester, I am starting to believe they want it to happen. Washington Week today (Feb 22) made me positive they want it. Why? Late on Jan 1 an after the deadline deal that kept higher tax rate for those making more then 400k meant more revenue, but had practically no spending cuts. (Technically it was a Tax Cut bill). 2 months later is it pretty obvious the only way the desired spending cuts will happen is with expired deadline, again. SOOooo, let the deadline pass, spending cuts happen. Sure it will hit the Republicans pet defense industry, but with the ending of Afghanistan it can better manage it then the domestic programs that are starting to swell with retirees. One thing for sure, the sequestration is pittance next to the deficit, and nothing compared to the debt. If its impact is enough for the majority of Americans to feel the diminished budget, will that change the attitude toward spending cuts? (I am for cuts, but I am concerned about the consequences). I think sequestration will hurt, but not too bad. The economy will continue and recover. So, sequestration, Good or Bad? Republicans, Want it or Not?