Last quote by Maya MacGuineas
Now that (health care repeal) is actually going to happen, they've changed their priorities greatly so that they're not actually trying to generate any significant savings.
Mar 18 2017
“This one appears as though it will be one of the skinniest budgets of recent memory. Possibly emaciated.” said Maya MacGuineas on this article: Trump budget would slice domestic programs, foreign aid. This page contains 5 articles quoting Maya MacGuineas. Main topics on which Maya MacGuineas is quoted are plan and direction. In addition you’ll find 6 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
Quotes by Maya MacGuineas
Mar 15 2017
This one appears as though it will be one of the skinniest budgets of recent memory. Possibly emaciated.
Jan 25 2017
Some of the numbers become so eye-popping that we can't ignore them. But if we wait too long, it will be too late to make these choices responsibly. If we do wait until we're forced by a bad economy or our creditors to make changes, those changes will be so much more painful and the economy will go through a much more massive downturn.
Jan 25 2017
The massive debt is really a reflection of the unwillingness of our political leaders to make any tough decisions or deal with trade-offs. It has become all too commonplace to borrow not for productive investments or for wherever we are in the business cycle ... but because people don't want to pay the bills and have found it politically expedient not to do so.
Oct 25 2016
These increases to the debt come on top of current law projections that show our debt growing by $9 trillion over the next decade. It is clear we are on an unsustainable path and the candidates' failure to address this issue would have damaging consequences on the future of our economy and the financial well-being of all Americans.
Sep 16 2016
He's moving in the right direction by pursuing a less costly tax plan and identifying some spending cuts to help pay for it. But the plan appears to rely on rosy assumptions and murky policy changes.
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