$1.5 Trillion for the Drug War? 5 Outrageous Areas of Gov't Spending That Should be Cut Instead of S... http://www.alternet.org/15-trillion-drug... If Republicans want to pretend they're for less government, let's force them to get serious about it.
Federal government spends $ on library #StarWars parties. Let's cut these before we cut defense capabilities. Local governments should fund the outreach events of their municipal libraries.
~~LET'S ENCOURAGE OUR CONGRESSMEN TO DO JUST THAT~~ GOP increasingly ready for government shutdown :: Those battles include another increase in the government’s debt limit, due within two or three months, and another battle over automatic spending cuts, due by March 1. A month after that the government’s funding runs out and must be renewed for the next six months. Gov't still pays SS, Welfare, debt loans, etc. from taxpayer revenues by prioritizing.
Lib Dems: We're now a serious party of government. We've worked with the Conservatives and done things you know we didn't want to - tuition fees and some spending cuts. You can trust us with the economy, but we have a heart too. Don't let Labour wreck the economy and don't let the Conservatives govern without us being there to keep them in check.
So on Labor Day, let's remember the workers and the soldiers we need, and promise to cut the wasteful spending on CEOs and weapons makers we do not by sharing this infographic from our friends over at the Project On Government Oversigh
Fighting Obamacare: The Difference Between Cutting Spending and Limiting Harmful Government | RedState mcconnell makes no sense.
Paul Ryan voted for every single one of the government measures that created the current deficits, and he opposes the obvious measures that would bring them down. He was opposed to the US withdrawal from Iraq. He opposes letting the Bush tax cuts on the super-wealthy expire. He opposes re-regulating the banks. Ryan wants to blame those deficits on President Obama, who was not even in the federal Senate when Ryan voted to spend a trillion dollars on an illegal and unjustified war on Iraq.