Well folks, it has been a long and agonizing ride, but we have finally hit the light at the end of the tunnel and the dream of a Marxist President has come to an end, and the Trump Presidency has become a reality.
President Trump does not waste any time, so what has he done so far to shake things up? CUTS! Glorious cuts! The movement to drain the swamp has begun, and it’s looking promising so far.
While liberals and government dole junkies will no doubt be furious about these cuts, the fact of the matter is establishment politicians, and progressives on both sides have been scheming for decades on how they can increase the federal government’s power, while at the same time profiting personally at the taxpayer’s expense. The massive federal debt is grotesque, and it’s time to take some drastic and painful measures if we ever want to EVEN BEGIN to recover some economic stability again.
Trump was able to defeat Hillary Clinton, and it didn’t require him to outspend her campaign. So how about we try something a little more responsible than what we’ve been doing so far, and cut down the government waste?
This excerpt is from TheHill and lays out the battlefield and what President Trump and his team have planned, and what they have already set into motion:
“Overall, the blueprint being used by Trump’s team would reduce federal spending by $10.5 trillion over 10 years. The proposed cuts hew closely to a blueprint published last year by the conservative Heritage Foundation, a think tank that has helped staff the Trump transition.”
Russ Vought, who used to work as an aide to Vice President Mike Pence, and John Gray, who was also employed by Pence, both work for the Heritage Foundation, and “are laying the groundwork for the so-called skinny budget — a 175- to 200-page document that will spell out the main priorities of the incoming Trump administration, along with summary tables. That document is expected to come out within 45 days of Trump taking office. The administration’s full budget, including appropriations language, supplementary materials, and long-term analysis, is expected to be released toward the end of Trump’s first 100 days in office, or by mid- to late April.”
In contrast, here’s what that pos Obama did while he was in office.
It’s a damn good thing he’s gone & we have a REAL president again! Oorah!
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