Robert Gibbs says 100 million dollars isn't a lot of money in Washington D.C. A few weeks ago Biggs said 8 billion in appropriations (pork) wasn't a lot of money. JENNIFER LOVEN, AP: The $100 million target figure that the president talked about today with the Cabinet, can you explain why so small? I know he talked about -- you know, you add up 100 million and 100 million, and eventually, you get somewhere, but it would take an awfully long time to add up hundred million (inaudible) in the deficit. Why not target a bigger number? GIBBS: (Smiling) Well, I think only in Washington, D.C. is a hundred million dollars... LOVEN: You sound like you're joking about it, but it's not funny. GIBBS: I'm not making jokes about it. I'm being completely sincere that only in Washington, D.C. is $100 million not a lot of money. It is where I'm from. It is where I grew up. And I think it is for hundreds of millions of Americans. LOVEN: The point is it's not a very big portion of the deficit. TAPPER: You were talking about an appropriations bill a few weeks ago about $8 billion being minuscule -- $8 billion in earmarks. We were talking about that and you said that that... GIBBS: Well, in terms of -- in...(CROSSTALK) TAPPER: ...$100 million is a lot but $8 billion is small? GIBBS: Well, what I'm saying is I think it all adds up just as the president said, just as Jennifer was good enough to do in her question. If you think we're going to get rid of $1.3 trillion deficit by eliminating one thing, I'd be -- and the administration would be innumerably happy for you to let us know what that is. Today's Qs for O's WH - 4/20/2009 - Political Punch ----- And then today Obama pledged 100 Billion to the IMF. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Monday proposed a $100 billion U.S. loan to the International Monetary Fund to boost the IMF's resources and urged a bigger stake in the IMF for emerging powers. Obama proposes $100 billion U.S. loan for IMF | Politics | Reuters ----- He has no problem spending other people money.