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(Toledo News Now) -
week the strategists for President Obama played his sequester cut FAA trump
expected, the plan to furlough flight controllers one out of every 10 scheduled
work days has already caused ridiculous and unnecessary delays. Also as
expected, these delays mostly inconvenienced the middle-American that the
President so frequently claims to protect.
the way, it's easy to go online and discover that other choices exist to make
extensive cuts in the FAA budget. But none of those cuts will engender the
outrage and the anger that being stranded in airports so effectively heats
President's plan is to so inconvenience you that, in response, you furiously
contact your Congressional representative and tell him to support the
President's bigger government agenda.
of this deserves to backfire. Big government is synonymous with bigger
waste. Your average mom does a much better job managing money than any of
the so-called experts whining about sequester cuts. Give a team of moms
that challenge and the cuts would be made and the planes would still be flying
the first Washington expert who whined about it to a mom would be spending the
night in his room instead of spending your money frivolously.