Monday, February 13, 2012

Republicans Will Cave to Obama's Budget Again

Barack Hussein Obama unveiled a record $3.8 trillion election-year budget plan today, calling for more spending on roads and schools and tax hikes on the wealthy to help pay the costs.  He said that now that "growth" is happening, the government shouldn't shut off spending to "stimulate" the economy.

My first question: Where's the derisive laughter from the GOP?  Seriously.  Why aren't the members of the Professional Loser Party on every TV station and radio station openly laughing at Obama?  Obama has NO credibility.  Zero. Everything he's done has been worse than a complete failure.  They've made the problem worse.  So why isn't the PLP lashing out at him and openly demanding that he stop and/or calling for his resignation?

This is the same Hussein Obama who said, in 2009, that his so-called "stimulus" plan would slow down unemployment and keep it under 8%.  See the chart to see the real result.  We would have been better off if Hussein had done nothing.

This is the same Hussein Obama who said, when gas prices were going up, that we "can't drill our way out of soaring gas prices". Yet, if you look at the chart below, you'll see that gas prices have been steadily rising ever since Hussein took office.

Now Obama reveals a budget and uses the phrase "We can't cut our way into growth", and the GOP lets that slide. Obama said that he'll reduce the deficit by $4 Billion over ten years, but according to the AP: "The plan claims $4 trillion in deficit savings over the coming decade, but most of it would be through tax increases."  So in Obama's world, tax increases are "cuts" to the deficit. 

If the GOP presidential candidates wanted to get some traction, they'd seize on this and make hay out of it. They should be on TV right now excoriating Obama; showing Americans that EVERY program by Obama has made problems worse.  Blaming Bush no longer works.  This is Obama's fault. Even Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has said "The Democrats own this economy".   

The GOP had better start showing some serious outrage at Obama's pathetic and childish budgets.  It's time to b!tch-slap that buffoon on national TV.  America can't take any more of this attack on our economy, and Americans can't take higher taxes and more spending.  It's time to throw Obama into the street. And if the GOP won't do it, then the citizens will. And the GOP will be right behind him.

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