Every U.S. presidential candidate is promising to spend more than the current administration--except one. According to the National Taxpayers Union calculations, Republican longshot Ron Paul would decrease government spending by $150 billion annually. Other Republican candidates would dish out an extra $7 billion-$56 billion each year, while Democrats would increase spending from $218 billion (Clinton) to $287 billion (Obama).
Monday, February 04, 2008
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