Our view: Give specifics on federal cuts
Now that the confetti has been cleaned up, it’s time to hear from both presidential campaigns what exactly they propose to reduce the nation’s now $16 trillion federal debt.
Both sides claim to have designs to do so, but neither has shown the will to offer the specifics on their proposed cuts, particularly to entitlement programs such as Medicare and Social Security.
Neither deficit clocks as displayed at the Republican National Convention nor lip service from the campaigns will address the federal deficit. If the will to share their specific plans on cuts isn’t with the campaigns now, how can voters expect that will to materialize once one of them wins the White House?
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