Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Blunt Book Aims to Cut the Pork

Rep. Roy Blunt has produced a booklet to help his Republican colleagues make the case for a
"a smaller, less intrusive, more efficient, and more effective federal government.”

Paul Weyrich writes it up on NewsMax.

"The idea, said Blunt, is to provide members, staff and those interested in the issue with an easy-to-use instrument to craft speeches, prepare for interviews and write op-eds for newspapers," writes Weyrich.

"The Blunt booklet contains interesting information about eternal federal programs, federal regulations which stifle free enterprise, the looming entitlement crisis and much, much more. It is useful for every head of household, indeed every voter, to have around. In this era of remarkable technology, it will be possible to download in your browser the booklet by typing the web address mentioned above," he adds.

The booklet can be downloaded at http://republicanwhip.house.gov/UploadedFiles/FINAL_Little_Gov't.pdf.

Now if they could make it a priority to cut down on the letters in confusing websites . . . (Sigh)

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