Spend Here, Cut There

In his weekly radio address Saturday, President Bush took the time to thank Congress for granting his request for tens of billions of dollars in supplemental spending for the war on terror. And, pointedly, he asked them again to be sure not to add anything for 150 programs targeted for elimination in his fiscal 2006 budget on the grounds they're not working. "Every government program was created with good intentions," he said, "but not all are matching good intentions with good results."

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