It is clear that the first "P" cannot do anything. Here is a quote from Byron Dorgan about eliminating the (National Endowment for Democracy) NED:
Sen. Byron L. Dorgan, North Dakota Democrat, lamented after the National Endowment for Democracy was founded: "If we cannot cut this, Lord, we cannot cut anything."
The National Endowment for Democracy was founded by Reagan to promote democracy in the Soviet Union. This year they were given $168 million which amounts to 0.00000001% of the budget. Clearly democracy has won and there is no need for the NED. Yet the NED exists and flourishes.
Congress can't eliminate this little agency then what chance does the other 2 "P's" have of succeeding to get rid of this agency?