Obama's Spending Priorities

From: Ronald S.
Sent on: Sunday, March 10, 2013 12:47 PM




         Obama's Spending Priorities

Finally Americans are starting to see through Obama's platitudes
now that a serious debate about government spending has begun.


     
      

Obama, August 8, 2008: "I will also go through the federal budget, line by line,
eliminating programs that no longer work and making the ones we do need
work better and cost less."


Obama, November 21, 2011:
"My message to them is simple: No. I will veto
any effort to get rid of those automatic spending cuts to domestic and
defense spending. There will be no easy off ramps on this one."



Obama, March 1, 2013: "We shouldn't be making dumb, arbitrary cuts to
things that businesses depend on and workers depend on like education and
research and infrastructure and defense."


                                      Dumb, arbitrary cuts?

                                      
                                                       Bo, the First Dog

      
                                       The First Golfer using some body English

Obama's dog "handler" receives $102,000 per year and Obama's golf
outing with Tiger Woods cost taxpayers over $1 million,
but
White
House tours have been cancelled.
BTW, White House tour guides are volunteers.
On another note, can't the Obama's even take care of their own dog?
     

 
                     Our fearless Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano


Janet Napolitano says her department must let thousands of detained
illegal immigrants free, who have all been convicted of serious crimes,
because of the sequester "cuts."


       
                                               Illegal Immigrant Detainees

The Department of Homeland Security had a carry forward surplus of
$8 billion this year, that is over $250,000 for everyone of the 31,000 illegal
immigrants currently in custody.



  
                             Our fearless Secretary of Homeland Security, again

Janet Napolitano says that she must send out furlough notices to TSA employees,
causing long delays at airports,
because of the sequester "cuts."


    
                          TSA employees hard at work keeping our airways safe

On January 22nd the TSA announced that it is spending $50 million on new uniforms
to "uplift esteem levels."



                       The Snake Oil Salesman in Chief at the Newport News Naval Shipyard

Obama, February 26, 2012: "Let's see, do I close funding for the disabled kid, or
the poor kid? Do I close this Navy shipyard or some other?"



                            Secretary of State John Kerry heading for Egypt

On March 3rd our new Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the
United States
would be sending an additional $250 million to Egypt, over and
above the $1.5 billion Egypt already receives, a country that is headed by the
Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization that vows death to anyone
who is not a Muslim.


          
  
September 11, 2012 Egyptians storming and raising the al Qaeda flag over the U.S. Embassy In Cairo

On January 22nd, the Obama Administration announced that the United States
would be sending 20 F-16 jets and 200 Abrams tanks to Egypt.
It looks like the Muslim Brotherhood didn't get a background check.
Total cost: $900 million for the 20 F-16s, $1 billion for the 200 Abrams tanks.

   

So, Mr. President, is it a choice between poor children and
disabled children?


In 2008 the Federal budget was $2.7 trillion. Today it is $3.6 trillion, an increase of
$900 billion each year.
And Obama can't find $44 billion in savings, which will only reduce that rate of
increase in Federal spending.

When Obama took office the Federal debt was $10.6 trillion. Today it is $16.6
trillion, an increase of $6 trillion or $19,000 for every man, woman and child in
America.

The Federal Reserve is now printing $85 billion a month, over $1 trillion a year, to
cover up Obama's terrible economic policy. The Fed intends to continue this policy for
the next two years.
Every year, the Fed is printing over $3,200 for every American.

In 2008, the U.S. money supply has was $800 billion, today it is $3.5 trillion.

So, is it a choice between poor children and disabled children?

No, it's a choice between reason and insanity.




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