Nothing circular about my reasoning scamp.
Socialism is a logically invalid, thus an intellectually unsound fiscal concept. Therefore socialist policy will not result in sound fiscal results. The US economy has suffered the decaying effects of socialist reasoning for decades and, over the last 6 years the most recent socialist experiment has ONCE AGAIN PROVEN: Socialism SUCKS!
Now if you need to organize that into a circle, on the hopes that by virtue of your new arrangement that such invalidates the argument, well that's fine with me… I'll just point out that it was your reasoning that invalidated it, which given your socialist nature, it follows that such would be the case.
Now if you'd like to show a socialist policy which you feel could potentially result in fiscal viability, I'd love to hear all about it.
And here's me, wishing YOU, the VERY BEST of luck in getting that done.