How To Really Reform Military Spending: Is Cutting Waste Enough?

Washington is talking about military spending reform…again. Much of the noise emanating from the think tanks on this subject is intended to maintain the policy status quo at all costs while giving the impression that money is being spent more carefully. But the issue is not whether the practice of charging $800 for hammer can be eliminated, but rather whether the United States really needs to maintain 800 military bases overseas. Real reform versus phony reform in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

One thought on “How To Really Reform Military Spending: Is Cutting Waste Enough?”

  1. No cutting so-called “waste” is not enough. The Congress needs to make more cuts to the military.

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