In an interview with Fortune Magazine, Romney claims he's going to solve our budget problems by cutting funding for PBS, the National Endowment of the Arts and and Amtrak...
The federal government is spending about $3.7 TRILLION a year on tax revenues of about $2.2 trillion. If you are going to be a serious budget cutter, you start with the big ticket items first because that's where you achieve the biggest payback.
PBS $444 million National Endowment of the Arts $146 million Amtrak subsidies $1.56 billion
Now I totally agree that subsidies to PBS and the National Endowment of the Arts should be abolished and I further believe that Amtrak should just be put on the auction block for sale. But these items are small potatoes in the grand scheme of things.
Romney the Big Governrment Statist, just can't bring himself to even suggest cutting big ticket items that are the real problem. Ron Paul boldly outlined his plan to cut $1 trillion year one as president.
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