Really? We Can’t Cut The Budget?



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While the White House and our public schools are busy sending out doom-and-gloom scenarios to the people, others are finding all sorts of budget cuts that won’t result in Armeggedon.

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Here’s one: The Energy Department’s budget has increased by more than 43% in the past decade. Have your energy bills decreased accordingly? No? I didn’t think so.

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Funding for the Department of Energy increased 43.2 percent from 2002 through 2012, according to calculations based on Treasury Department data.

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The EPA’s budget has increased even more.

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Inflation-adjusted spending by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has increased by 51% since fiscal 2008, according to Treasury Department data. – See more at:

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But we’re all supposed to be afraid of Obama’s dreaded sequester that cuts less than three cents from every dollar? They really do think we’re stupid.

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