Tuesday, April 21, 2009

"A billion here, a billion there—sooner or later it adds up to real money." Senator Everett Dirksen

Deep pockets Barack-star told his Cabinet he's giving them 90 days to come up with ideas on how to cut $100 million dollars from the proposed budget. That sounds good until you realize that's like asking a family that spends $60,000 in a year to save $6. {hat tip Breitbart.com}.

Budget cuts are good. Savings are good.

But, according to the same article on Breitbart.com `borrowing costs for February's stimulus package will on average cost almost $100 million a day over the next decade.'

Not exactly change I can believe in.

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