In a speech to New Hampshire Democrats today, Hillary Clinton proposed cutting 500,000 government contractors, potentially saving $18 billion annually.
The Democratic front-runner promised to end no-bid government contracts.
In an apparent swipe at Barak Obama’s relative lack of government experience, she emphasized her knowledge of government and said, ”It’s time again for a president who can earn your respect and trust, one day at a time.”
She promised to put an end to a “culture of cronyism.”
”It’s not exactly the subject matter that gets people marching in the street, but if we don’t restore the confidence and the competence of our government, we will see the steady erosion of our government’s capacity,” Clinton said.