Tim Phillips

Ominously for the Left and encouragingly for those of us fighting to rein in government over spending; we won. In this first pitched engagement over the impact of sequester cuts, average Americans didn’t rail against the spending cuts, they railed against Obama’s lack of leadership and terrible budget management. Thankfully, most Americans are inherently skeptical of the federal government's spending. They know Washington, D.C. wastes money and practices cronyism by giving preferential treatment to friends and donors when doling out tax dollars. They know that spending can and must be cut if we are going to once again have economic prosperity.

Today, President Ronald's Reagan's words still hold true. When it comes to fixing our economic problems, "Government is not the solution. Government is the problem."