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  • Lunch With Heritage Online Chat - Cutting the Budget

    Spending is out of control. We are under a tremendous debt and it is getting worse. Is there anything that can be cut? We are joined by Heritage’s Budget expert, Brian Riedl. Brian has written extensively on the budget, including a paper on $343 billion worth of programs that can be cut, and a more recent one that points out the budget gimmicks the Obama Administration is using with the FY 2012 budget. Brian will be taking your questions on what programs can be cut and how we can get the deficit under control.

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    One Response to Lunch With Heritage Online Chat - Cutting the Budget

    1. Ron Graham, Gold Can says:

      Hi eveyone at Heritage. This is my first email from you guys. I am really excited about hearing from you each day. You folks are really doing a bang up job on educating our new house conseratives and keeping a breast of Obama budget moves.

      I consider my self a political junky and Regan conserative

      I can't wait for Sarah Palin to announce her desires to become President of these United States

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