There is a new name in Washington who has real solutions for dealing with the national debt and bringing back our economy. The name of this rising star on the national scene is Sylvester
Sequester has had enough of our big-spending president and lawmakers.
He has no ties to special interests, pork-barrel spending or national polls. He has had enough of wasteful tax-funded studies on things such as goldfish and beef jerky. We're broke, we can't afford it.
Sequester's only concern is fiscal responsibility and cutting waste.
He realizes that fiscal responsibility equates to a healthier economy and job creation. He believes that we need mandatory, across-the-board cuts in discretionary spending. He has had enough of this nonsense of kicking the can and demands that these cuts be made now.
Maybe Sequester can intervene in the budget gridlock and help Washington overcome its wasteful habits. After empty promises of Debt Commissions and Super Committees, Sequester's ideas wouldn't hurt.