National Taxpayers Union: Only Ron Paul Would Cut Spending

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National Taxpayers Union: Only Ron Paul Would Cut Spending

NTU Report: Other Republicans would increase spending by billions

According to a report released Tuesday by the National Taxpayers Union, Texas Congressman Ron Paul is the only remaining presidential candidate who proposes net spending cuts.

According to the report, Congressman Paul’s proposals would cut government spending by over $150 billion, a conservative estimate of the spending reductions Dr. Paul has proposed. The report concludes that the other remaining Republican candidates, Mitt Romney, John McCain and Mike Huckabee, have proposed spending increases of $19.5 billion, $6.9 billion and $54 billion respectively.

“It should come as no surprise that when you crunch the numbers Ron Paul is the only Republican who would actually shrink the size and cost of the federal government,” said Ron Paul campaign economic advisor Don Luskin. “Romney, McCain and Huckabee don’t hold a candle to Ron Paul – the only true fiscal conservative running for President.”

In ten terms in Congress, Ron Paul has never voted for a tax increase or for an unbalanced budget.


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One Response to National Taxpayers Union: Only Ron Paul Would Cut Spending

  1. John Q. Public says:

    I wish the major media would stop blackballing Ron Paul’s presidential campaign. Everyone see what their doing. “THEY” don’t even emphasize truth like the resoning Obama refuses to salute the American flag, the flag of the country he wants to lead! That flag represents the blood spilled to gain our freedoms and liberties. Mabey he against freedom and liberty?

    Anyways, I would just like fair press time for Ron Paul, but we all know the democratic press won’t. I don’t like to leave hate-mail but I hate what the people in control of the press are doing to US.

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