The free enterprise system is being stifled by an epidemic of crony politics and government overreach that has weakened confidence in the nation’s institutions and its economy.
This budget gets Washington out of the business of picking winners and losers, and restores fiscal discipline with over $5 trillion in cuts to government spending so the private sector can grow.
This budget repeals the President’s health care law – curbing the federal government’s overreach into personal health care decisions – and instead moves toward patient-centered reforms.
This budget reverses the President’s policies that drive up gas prices, and instead promotes an all-of-the-above strategy for unlocking American energy production to help lower costs, create job and reduce dependence on foreign oil.
This budget unwinds government control over the housing giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, so they no longer expose taxpayers to trillions of dollars’ worth of risk.
This budget revisits flawed financial-reform regulations and eliminates provisions that make future bailouts of Wall Street insiders more likely.