Romney is correct in his criticism of both Biden and Trump with respect to spending and entitlements.
Tagged: social security
Start with the debt that he inherited and add to it the $2.5 trillion that it is now estimated that he will add by the end of 2019 and you find that President Trump is racking up debt at a pace only slightly less than that of Barack Obama.
If you centralized pencil making on Capitol Hill, pencils would be of one-tenth the quality at ten times the price – and the only way people would buy them is if the government used its police powers to force them to.
Members of the ruling class from both sides of the aisle, together with various media elites, are all over Rick Perry for his comments regarding Social Security. Their criticism of Perry is condescending in its assumption that the American people can’t handle the truth.
If the government stopped wasting money tomorrow, the country would still go broke. Such is the magnitude of the entitlement state.
House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan went to a Washington, D.C. tattoo parlor and had a giant target tattooed on his forehead. Or so it is going to seem in the coming weeks.
Even a sweeping Republican victory on Tuesday will not be enough to address the problems America now faces.