Apparently not, since they feel the need to constantly tell readers in the news section that the paper considers the deficit/debt to be too large. There is no information added by the inclusion of the word "ballooning" in this sentence: "The specter of a ballooning national debt has led even some of the early supporters of the cuts, including the former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, to advocate letting them expire." 

The sentence could have been more accurate and shorter if told readers that Mr. Greenspan claims (the reporter does not know Greenspan's real views on the economy) that concerns over the national debt cause him to advocate letting the tax cuts expire. 

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