First of all, the United States faces no financial constraints. Most of the resources needed to expand our space program are human resources, and with a double digit unemployment rate, we've got a surplus of labor, both skilled and unskilled. We have factories and buildings which sit empty and abandoned now. There is no need to choose between health care, social security and a space program. These programs aren't in competition for resources, only for money. As I said before, this is an artificial constraint. We can make as much money available to these programs as necessary so long as our productive capacity is underutilized and inflation remains low.