"Perfect timing" is to Renzi Tg according to a national rush hour, "last doubts whether to cut personal income tax or IRAP" (leaving aside that coverage does not exist yet) headline in one of the largest newspapers in the opening. Or, the European Commission rejects the idea of ​​using European funds for the tax wedge (as he whispered Padoan) and the article ends up in the bottom of the page. A honeymoon between the prime minister and the press so I did not remember. Maybe even when it's got mountains that seemed, even to him, the savior of his country. I have argued Renzi from the early primaries, when I played the sympathy of the majority Democratic Party apparatus, only to find him in his chariot when he, Renzi, from rottamatore became the winner in petto. I still think it has the character and what it takes to get results. But he should stop firing on all promises and to flatter him so much press. It is not possible to promise institutional reforms, bureaucracy, work on school 10 billion in three years, house plan and cut the tax wedge with this facility. Or Letta and Monti was clueless or exaggerates Renzi in his optimism. And someone should let him out. Fazio has reiterated that it will cut the tax wedge of 10 billion. Obviously not talked about covers. It was not the moment. But one question, just one, where to get those funds Fazio had to make him. He would have given an answer smoky, sure. But at least we would think that you can still make some logical questions to those who can offer you a recipe that, so far, has not worked. Wednesday will find out if the cut will cover companies or laboratories, even if the Premier has made it clear that his thoughts are with the families and workers and businesses, he thinks, however, a bureaucratic simplification. And we will also know if there really is money and where they are. At the time of the 10 promised by Renzi there are only 3, those guaranteed by Cottarelli and its spending review. Other assumptions, such as the return of capital or combating tax evasion, do not work because they are not quantifiable and therefore not attributable to the financial statements. So, unless other snack taxes, but Alfano says no, it's all to see. For the future it would be nice to see the same determination that the prime minister has shown, for example, stand in front of the CGIL ("if you do not understand, we'll take a right," he said) to give the numbers and do the math. The country is really on its last legs. Okay charge of optimism and projects. But they have to be made and no sleight of hand. Yesterday afternoon Alfano was also taken from an attack renzismo. "You will see a tax cut ever seen," he said. Marketing catchy, sure. But when the holder of the Interior Ministry ruled with Berlusconi was not on the moon. People are tired of promises. Really. When the alarm spread is returned, the detractors of Monti, for alleviating the merits, saying that the same spreads are not eating. It's true. But even projects with no real foundation. It's good Renzi, do not overdo it.