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Monday, September 26, 2005

Budget Cutting

Take a look at this:
"If we all agreed what 'pork' was, there wouldn't be any of it in the budget. The 'pork-busting' idea needs to be backed up by its backers with specifics on what should be cut and why.

With the National Budget Simulation, one can specify exactly where cutting should be - and see what the outcome is.

It's a static model, but it's a good starting point.

As one who thinks that taxes are plenty high enough, on the rich as well as on everyone else, and that budgetary problems should be solved by budget cutting, it's time to go to work.

Here's my first cut, which actually yields a $347.47 billion surplus:"

Surplus, eh? Sounds pretty good. See what you think about all the areas the national government is involved in, and what you think about Ken's reasons for cutting, increasing, or holding even. To what extent do you think his choices are informed by economics?

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