BBC NEWS | Business | Bush budget seeks deep cutbacks
The $2.58 trillion (£1.38 trillion) budget includes reduction in subsidies to farmers, and lower spending on the environment, education, and health.
Looks like the bible belt rallied for another kick in the teeth. But the farmers shouldn't complain; with the repeal of the 'death tax', they should make a killing when ole grampa dies, right?
No one my age really believes that the Ponzi scheme we call a Social Security system will be around for us, anyway. Guess we had all better sell our souls to get rich while we can still afford the rent on our cardboard box behind the Wal-Mart.