WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican leaders in the House of Representatives will seek $32 billion in spending cuts this year as part of an initial bid to shrink record budget deficits forecast to hit $1.5 trillion this year alone.
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2 thoughts on “House Republicans seek $32 billion in spending cuts”
End the failed “War on Drugs” and save $90 billion a year. Regulated and taxed sales of drugs could bring in billions more in tax revenue similar to alcohol and cigarettes. Pardon criminals convicted only for drug related crimes and save $40,000 per year per criminal released.
Where’s the common sense you “leaders” of the House?
Hell, 32 billion is mere pocket change with these guys spending and wasting trillions annually; ie, thousands of billions. What a bunch of evil clowns…! / : |
Here’s an eye opener; ie., “The Government Fraud and Waste Report” I’ve posted it before, but when these guys feel proud about cutting the aforementioned “chump change” amount, then they need to bury their collective noses in this report and get to work .
Carl Nemo **==
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