It’s not budget season in Washington if Republicans and Democrats aren’t upping the ante on imperious bromides about the deficit, and reporters aren’t nudging those politicians toward the only acceptable solution to those budgetary woes: destroying entitlements.
Tools of the tirade.
“A one trillion reduction is insignificant,” Sessions insists. “This is nowhere near what’s necessary to avoid the fiscal nightmare that this nation is facing. … It doesn’t touch any of the entitlements, it only has some reductions in the discretionary accounts.”
Why it barely approaches the insignificant $3 trillion dollars wasted on Iraq liberation Senator.
So what is leadership? Apparently it’s House Republicans, who recently proposed a bit under $100 billion in discretionary spending cuts this year. Multiply this by 10 and you approach $1 trillion. That’s leadership! Just not when Obama does it.
“Even the $100 billion house proposal in reducing spending will amount to $1 trillion,” Sessions said. “And that’s a step!”
Never has a short pier needed such a long walker.