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Glorious Leader is finally going to keep a campaign promise. He is going to cut spending from the budget. At last! Change we can believe in.

These cuts will be deep and pervasive. All 100 million of it. Which, according to my calculations, is about 1/35,000th of the budget he just proposed. This is sort of like a sale by a retail store. Raise the price and then put it on sale. Are Americans REALLY as stupid as the administration thinks we are? How in the hell can you flood the budget with TRILLIONS of dollars and then say you are cutting it with a scalpel by removing a paltry 100 million?

IDIOTS.

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From a comment I made at HuffPo. My head nearly exploded while reading the comments there to a retarded article saying the Republican budget proposal was stupid:


I find it interesting how Obama is ‘helping working class’ people by raising their taxes? 60 cents on tobacco, which a larger percentage of low-income people use, cap and trade to protect against the fallacy of global warming which results in a significant rise in energy costs (via taxes).

Bush started the ball rolling, no doubt. But that does nothing to excuse the abortion of spending being thrown about now. I imagine most here prefer that the government own and run everything, dictate all aspects of the economy because it is not fair that some guy did well and makes a fortune while the next guy was not so lucky.

I say that if we are going to dictate salaries, we start with pro sports and Hollywood… do that, and i will stand with you on the issue.

With regard to the article, I agree that it would be nice if you links proved the point. You t’proved by history’ link is an opinion paragragh that has no facts other than the assertion that ‘Hoover knew better’. Well, I say that Hoover was an idiot.

There. Proof disproved.
More on Obama’s Budget
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From the NYT today:

The House and Senate approved budgets of about $3.5 trillion for the government on Thursday with no Republican support, a sign of deep partisan tensions likely to color Congressional efforts to enact major policy initiatives sought by President Obama.

On the heels of House approval of its spending plan for 2010, the Senate voted 55 to 43 shortly before midnight to adopt a similar budget after a day spent laboring over politically tinged amendments that did little to change a fiscal blueprint generally in keeping with Mr. Obama’s ambitious agenda.

So there we have it. This congress has just spent more money in one shot that the entirety of budgets since the United States was founded. They are spending so much money that France and Germany say we are spending too much money. I fear for my nation’s future, because with everything that is contained in the proposal our economy is going to be driven into the sewer. Nationalized Health Care, Nationalized Banks, Nationalized Auto Industry, Nationalized Energy, deep cuts in the military; if you are not having buyer’s remorse at voting for Glorious Leader you are stupid and foolish. He has managed to accomplish in less than three months what the Soviet Union had been trying to do for decades- he has brought us to the brink of destruction.

I don’t mean armageddon, fire and flames, holocaust destruction. I mean something much worse. I mean that everything that our fathers and forefathers have done to make this the greatest nation on the planet is being erased. Our liberties are vanishing under the proposal of a global government. Our constitution will no longer give us our sovereignty, but rather it will relegate it to the status of a ‘local guideline’ by which we make our local laws.

Empty Suit and his fellow conspirators are driving the bus to TransNationalization faster than anyone ever imagined. Nationalized Banks, Nationalized Health Care, Nationalized Auto Industry, Nationalized Energy, deep cuts in defense spending, soon our laws and edicts will be under the scrutiny of a world body and if they do not like it, we will adapt to meet with their satisfaction. It is coming. The winds are ripe with the smell of rot and decay and the Eagle is choking back the tears in an effort to stay aloft. I pray for God to help us; and the scary thing is that I asy it with the utmost sincerity. Gird your loins, brother, the buss is barreling towards the intersection.

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More Media Collapse

The Associated Press (AP) recently published an article examining the ‘fuzzy’ math of the non-stimulus package. Although they did not say it in so many words, I will: the numbers put forth by the congressional charlatans in charge were pulled from the nether regions of the Wicked Witch of the West, Lurch (Reid) and Glorious Leader.

Well, the AP must surely be patting themselves in the back for passing 3rd grade math, because they are back at it. This time, they are looking at the alleged job saving/creation being non-stimulated in Massachusetts.

Is there a trend? Are the media coming around to the reality of what is going on? I doubt it, but dreams are what this country is made of.

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UPDATE: Michelle Malkin has the CBO numbers.

A few weeks back, if you may recall, our Glorious Leader spearheaded the passing of a $787 billion non-stimulus package. It was their answer to the great economic crisis, a crisis brought about by spending too much money on consumption and no money on production. It is obvious that they knew what they were doing. Even the lowly, common man understands the need to spend money to get out of debt.

At that time, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the very people who, in a non-partisan way, calculate out the annual budgets and how they will affect the economy. At that time the CBO said that the massive spend fest would bring a slight increase to the economy at first, but over the 10 year run it would leave us worse off than we started. That, alone, should have been reason enough to pause and actually read the bill, but no one cared and so continued the orgy of spending.

Today, after having a few weeks to accurately crunch the numbers, the CBO has published their adjusted findings. What were those findings? At the time of this writing, the unnoficial report is that it is about $1 trillion more than originally anticipated. You can read about it here, however, so when the official number is released you will be in th eknow..

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