In the real world, in fact, many of their “cuts” cut nothing at all. The Transportation Department got credit for “cutting” a $280 million tunnel that had been canceled six months earlier. It also “cut” a $375,000 road project that had been created by a legislative typo, on a road that did not exist.Just a reminder, when you hear con men like Barack Obama and tenured socialist professors talk about "draconian" budget cuts. This is article is well worth your time.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
The Washington Post notices the fraud of what modern politicians call "budget cuts":
Posted by Steve Bartin at 12:34 AM