There's no government spending problem? Really?
Why is government so divided? Why can't our leaders seem to agree on anything?
President Obama's remark, "We don't have a spending problem," shows that people can't even agree there is a problem, much less agree on the solution.
The chart in this Reason.com article tracks government spending over 10 years and shows we have increased spending by 50-75 percent on almost every major program, yet I doubt many of you have seen a similar uptick in taxes.
If we don't have a spending problem, Mr. President, what would you call a government that continues to outspend itself by an average of 40 percent annually and refuses to make even the smallest cut in any program?
Let me offer a word: delusional.
Bruce St. James, Host, Bruce St. James Show