When government spends, somebody has to pay. Most people just expect the goverment to print more money to continue the hand-outs. It can't and shouldn't work that way. Government spending should be a "zero-sum" game:
Government spending should be directed and be limited by a budget. Since this administration has chosen to ignore the law and has ABANDONED the budget process, the least we can expect is for the government to be somehow otherwise "self-limiting." Perhaps the cuts cited in the basic blog post reflect this.
In any event, a government that wants to remain solvent will offset necessary increases in spending on items deemed a higher priority by implenting corresponding decreases on other items of lower priority. The Obama administration has rammed through legislation which spends a hell of a lot of money on running a program it obviously considered its HIGHEST priority - a program which may help a small slice of the population: Obamacare. And this program is essentially designed so the rest of us pay for it.
So it's all about priorities, on projects and government spending. Residents of Tybee - and the rest of us -should remember this on election day.