They take voters for fools, and are mostly correct – More on the Ryan-Murray Budget Deal | Cato @ Liberty

Most of the 2022 and 2023 savings ($28 billion) are supposed to come from putting caps on entitlement spending in those years. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Jeff Sessions says these savings are of “dubious validity,” but he is being polite. After all, we now know that Republicans won’t stick with caps when push comes to shove, so I would call those future caps “worthless.

via More on the Ryan-Murray Budget Deal | Cato @ Liberty.

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