This is not business as usual in Washington DC. This is not the time for timid souls. Our country is on the brink of getting pushed over the cliff into utter destruction by the evil Obama, his mates in the Democrat Socialist Party, the Left, all the Libs in this country, the statists in the Republican Party, and the suck ass state run media.
We don’t have the time to mess around on the edges or in the weeds.
If we don’t stop this runaway freight train headed for over the cliff our nation will be destroyed.
We are broke.
We don’t have the money.
We the People sent a message to the Democrat Socialist Party; the statists in the Republican Party and the evil Prez Obama stop the spending now.
Cut this crap out now.
Yet, the way these clowns are acting in way one would think the election of November 2010 never happened.
These evil people have spread lie after lie.
I call them evil because they know exactly what they are doing.
Obama and his merry evil force are destroying this country on purpose.
This is a hard fact to swallow.
Let’s look at the facts.
Here is a look at the evil Obama’s fiscal record.
This taken from Mark Levin’s website.
Despite newfound concern with the debt overhang stifling economic growth, President Obama’s record falls far short of his rhetoric. Let’s review the decisions made by President Obama and Congressional Democrats over the past couple of years, and the disappointing results of their policy choices:
January 20, 2009
President Obama sworn into office
- President tells the American people in his Inaugural Address: “Those of us who manage the public’s dollars will be held to account, to spend wisely, reform bad habits, and do our business in the light of day, because only then can we restore the vital trust between a people and their government.”
- Debt Held By Public = $6.31 trillion
February 17, 2009
President Signs into Law the Spending Stimulus
- The stimulus adds $821 billion in new spending according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
- The White House promises this infusion of spending and borrowing would keep unemployment rate below 8%. As millions of Americans are painfully aware, that promise was broken.
- Debt Held by Public = $6.48 trillion
February 26, 2009
President Issues FY2010 Budget
- The President’s budget adds $2.7 trillion in new debt in FY2010 and imposes $1.4 trillion in new taxes.
- Debt Held by Public = $6.58 trillion
March 11, 2009
President Signs FY2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act
- The massive spending bill includes 8,696 earmarks at a cost of $11 billion.
- The spending bill adds $19 billion in new spending above the baseline – an 8.6% spending increase.
- Debt Held by Public = $6.66 trillion
April 29, 2009
Congressional Democrats Pass FY2010 Budget
- The Congressional Democrats’ budget calls for a $2 trillion debt increase in 2010, and another 8.9% increase in non-defense discretionary spending.
- The reconciliation process is abused to later pave the way for health care overhaul to be jammed into law.
- Of note: this is the last time Congressional Democrats will bother budgeting.
- Of note: this is the last time Congressional Democrats will bother budgeting.
- Debt Held by Public = $6.85 trillion
February 2, 2010
President Issues FY2011 Budget
- The President’s budget more than doubles the debt; pushes the FY2011 deficit to a new record of $1.6 trillion; drives spending to a new record of $3.8 trillion in fiscal year 2011; and raises taxes by more than $2 trillion through 2020, under the administration’s own estimates.
- Debt Held by Public = $7.85 trillion
March 23, 2010
President Signs Health-Care Overhaul Into Law
- The massive new law adds $1.4 trillion in new spending over the next decade, and over $2.5 trillion once the law is fully implemented.
- Despite sluggish economic growth and high unemployment, the law imposes over $500 billion in new tax hikes. CBO Director Elmendorf would later testify that the law would reduce employment by roughly half a percent – a reduction of approximately 800,000 jobs.
- Debt Held by Public = $8.18 trillion
April 15, 2010
Congressional Democrats Decide Not to Do a Budget for FY2011
- The 1974 Budget Act requires Congress to pass a budget each year by April 15.
- In an unprecedented budget failure, House Democrats not only failed to pass a budget – they opted to not even propose a budget.
- Debt Held by Public = $8.39 trillion
July 21, 2010
President Signs Financial Regulatory Overhaul Into Law
- In addition to heightened regulatory uncertainty, the massive new law adds $10.2 billion in new spending
- Debt Held by Public = $8.69 trillion
February 14, 2011
President Issues FY2012 Budget
- The President’s budget yet again calls for the doubling of the debt in five years, and tripling the debt in ten years.
- The President’s budget spends $47 trillion over the next decade, imposes over $1 trillion in new tax hikes, and fails to address the drivers of the debt.
- Debt Held by Public = $9.45 trillion
April 13, 2011
President Delivers Speech on Deficit Reduction
- The President appears to abandon his own budget by offering a ‘framework’ that calls for additional tax increases, defense spending cuts, and Medicare price controls – yet lacks sufficient detail to back-up claims of deficit reduction.
- Debt Held by Public = $9.65 trillion
July 15, 2011
President Holds Press Conference: “We’re Running Out of Time” to Deal with Debt
- President Obama tells reporters: “I’ve got reams of paper and printouts and spreadsheets on my desk, and so we know how we can create a package that solves the deficits and debt for a significant period of time. But in order to do that, we got to get started now.”
- The American people have still not seen any “paper” or “printouts” of what specific spending cuts the President supports. The American people have still not seen any “spreadsheets” from the White House to corroborate their claims of having offered a deficit reduction plan.
- While it’s long past time for Washington “to get started now” on tackling our debt problems, President Obama has still not proposed a credible budget, and Senate Democrats have still not proposed any budget.
- Debt Held by Public = $9.75 trillion
Any simpleton knows that you can’t spend more money than you take in. If you do you are in the shits.
Yet, Washington DC’s math and economic policies defy logic. These statists want us to believe than we can keep taxing and spending ourselves silly and nothing bad will come from it.
In Washington Dc it is all about smoke and mirrors.
If these people tried these practices in the real world they would all be thrown in jail.
This is called cooking the books.
In plain and simple English making numbers up to hide the real facts of the dire situation we are really in.
If this were true Russia would still be around under the dictatorship of the Communist Party.
These failed economic policies have destroyed Greece, Spain, and Portugal.
The next country to go down the drink will us.
If this happens the rest of the free world is fucked.
This is why we must not let the government increase the debt limited.
If this happens it will be months not years when this country will be thrown into economic chaos.
If this happens what happened in Europe will look like child’s play.
Our founding fathers warned us about these very circumstances.
Thomas Jefferson pushed for a balanced budget amendment in 1798.
Here are some quotes from our founding fathers-
“Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best state, is a necessary evil: in its worst state, an intolerable one.” –Thomas Paine
“Some writers have so confounded society with government, as to leave little or no distinction between them; whereas they are not only different, but have different origins. Society is produced by our wants and government by our wickedness; the former promotes our happiness positively by uniting our affections, the latter negatively by restraining our vices. The one encourages intercourse, the other creates distinctions. The first is a patron, the last a punisher.” –Thomas Paine, Common Sense, 1776.
“It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes. A principle which if acted on would save one-half the wars of the world.” –Thomas Jefferson
“I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.” –Thomas Jefferson
“My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.” –Thomas Jefferson
“To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the propagation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.” –Thomas Jefferson
And in light of our Washington leaders stated goal of re-inflating the housing bubble: “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.” –Thomas Jefferson