Palazzo Condemns President’s Defense Budget

Contributor: Rachael Thomas
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Updated: 3/07 4:54 pm
Palazzo says, “Despite the fact that the president’s latest plan proposes to increase spending by almost $800 billion, raise taxes by an additional $1.8 trillion, and add more than $8 trillion to the national debt, our military continues to be last on this Administration’s priority list.

“I am pleased that we were successful this past December in staving off two additional years of damaging defense cuts under sequestration, but the battle is not over. I will continue to fight the mentality that we should balance the budget on the backs of our men and women in uniform. The last week’s events serve as a timely reminder that the world is not getting safer.”
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