It will actually be the next generation that is paying for it (provided hyperinflation hasn't kicked in before that time). We have yet to actually pay for a lot of stuff, so I guess the appropriate analogy would be running up someone else's credit card bill in the name of charity. BTW - Great job on not actually addressing the ethical issue at hand. Do we really have to go down the road of "two wrongs don't make a right?" or did you graduate kindergarten?
I remember when jesus spoke about compelling charity at the tip of the roman spear. If we're all about catholicism and adopting it's values to run mandates in government, where does funding for PP line up? Oh yeah. I guess that part isn't important.