The U.S.'s discretionary spending is out of control. If we don't cut spending on education, we will continue to see this country's debt spiral out of control.
Where do you think this argument goes wrong? You don't need to know the technical name for it, but just identify the problem (if it helps, here is an infographic from the Congressional Budget Office's report of discretionary spending in 2017: https://www.cbo.gov/publication/53626 (Links to an external site.)). If your answer to that question doesn't meet the word-count, give an example of a bad argument you've heard (if your first answer met the word-count, it is not necessary to respond to this part).
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