Fiscal Year 2010

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  1. PatekPhilippe
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    Obama's first budget went into effect a few days ago. NOW..not one person can blame a single deficit figure, national debt figure on Bush.

    Get this through your libtardic skulls...OBAMA OWNS IT!!!!!

    Now...for some CNN Factoids.....
    1. The Administration’s projected budget deficit of $1.75 trillion is higher than the last five years of deficits combined, and under this plan, we will see three consecutive trillion dollar deficits between now and FY 2012.

    2. While it was purported to cut the budget deficit in half – from $1.75 trillion in 2009 to $533 billion by 2013 – this budget projects higher deficits in 2014 ($570 billion), 2015 ($583 billion), and 2016 ($637 billion). In 2019, the final year in the budget, the deficit is projected to be $712 billion.

    3. Including the recently-enacted trillion-dollar “stimulus” spending bill, discretionary spending will soar by 24 percent this year under this budget.

    4. The budget projects that the national debt will increase from $9.4 trillion in 2009 to $15.4 trillion in 2019.

    5. The Administration’s budget contains $1.4 trillion in tax increases – tax hikes that will impact everyone, from small businesses, charities, and seniors to everyone who owns a 401(k) and anyone who flips on a light switch.

    6. After promising that he will reduce taxes on 95 percent of Americans, the Administration’s budget establishes a $646 billion energy tax hike that will impact anyone who uses electricity, drives a car, or relies on energy in any way.

    7. This budget forecasts more than $1.5 trillion in new health care spending, including a 10-year, $634 billion a health care “reserve fund.” The budget also calls for seven percent annual growth in Medicare and more than six percent annual growth in Medicaid over the next 10 years.

    8. The budget includes a $750 billion placeholder for a second round of spending under the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP), even though the first round of TARP spending is not yet finished, nor is there a clear explanation of how funds under the initial round was spent.

    9. The Administration’s budget claims that reducing the number of troops in Iraq over the next 10 years will cut the deficit by $1.6 trillion; however, that is only because the budget allocates the same amount of funds for the Iraq war each year over the next decade, even though most combat troops may be withdrawn during the next 19 months. The savings are, at best, deceptive.

    10. The budget provides a scant 2.9 percent pay raise for military personnel as required by law, less than a week after Democrats in Congress provided the necessary funding to implement District of Columbia locality pay for overseas Foreign Service officers, which would constitute an 18 percent pay increase.


    and this is why all you dummiedems are suckers. I urge you to ponder fact 7. Obama says he will strip Medicare in his speech about how he will pay for healthcare yet the budget THAT'S CURRENTLY LAW will allow MONEY TO INCREASE MEDICARE SPENDING.

    and take a look at fact 4. Now that's change you can believe in!!!!!:lol:
     
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    I guess no one is that concerned with this spending spree....since the dollar is nearly worthless now...
     
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    No, just posts agreeing with you would be boring. ;)
     
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    rightwinger Paid Messageboard Poster Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    If someone burns your house down and you are given the task of rebuilding it....

    Who do you blame for the costs? The person doing the rebuilding or the person who burnt it down
     
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    But only after you get the right person who burnt it down and don't just blame the first guy passing you on the street.
     
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    The fire needs to be put out before you start to rebuild ... not add more fuel!
     

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