It is time for us to insist that we are accountable for the money that we are spending.
We believe very strongly that you stop that denial of coverage by promoting choice. Let people make the decisions.
I am hopeful for the American people that we can actually improve the outlook for bringing down costs in health care.
I mean, the Obama position has been, 'We think government ought to be spending this money, not the people who earn it.'
We know that appropriators will fight these cutbacks. But by eliminating earmarks, we can stop the horse trading that grows agency budgets.
I am not for raising taxes in a recession, especially when it comes to job creators that we need so desperately to start creating jobs again.
We have a plan that creates universal access programs at the state level which allows folks to access insurance if they're denied by their insurer.
People have to take responsibility for themselves. We need to get the housing industry going again. We don't need government intervening in every step.
In a perfect world we would bring corporate tax rates down to 25% or less so we can get competitive in the world economy. Ultimately, I would love to see a flat tax.
We will cut programs, we will try to rein in the size of the bureaucracy. We will bring federal pay scales that have become so exaggerated into line with market rates.