Skip to comments.Does the gov't have much credibility on AP, Fox News Rosen story, the IRS scandal, NSA, PRISM...?
Posted on 06/19/2013 12:00:31 PM PDT by Laissez-faire capitalist
Does it? Should we believe the OMB's numbers that legalizing 15 million illegals will add $179 billion dollars to the U.S. economy over the next 10 years, and $700 billion over the next 10 years after that? Should we believe Menendez?
How accurate was the Office of Management and Budget on what OBAMACARE would cost? I would like to see how much faith Rubio, McCain, Graham and others - be they conservative hosts on television or on talk radio - put in the numbers that the OMB supplied concerning legalizing 15 million illegals. Should they believe Menendez?
The New York Times Editorial Board on June 6th said that the [Obama] administration had lost all credibility on the NSA/PRISM issue?
And to add to the mix, CNN's Sharyl Attkisson, who very recently appeared on O'Reilly's show, had her computer hacked? By whom? Was she working on a story involving Benghazi?
AP Fox News James Rosen IRS NSA PRISM Sharyl Attkisson
And Megyn Kelly today covered an apparently new scandal emerging involving the State Department...
I’ve lost track...
What say you?
I know it’s just alphabet soup, but the OMB is the White House budget office, and these numbers are supposedly coming from the CBO, Congressional budget office. And it wasn’t adding to the economy, the assertion was lowering the overall federal budget by 175 billion over ten years.
CBO projections on the budget deficit from ten years ago is only about 900 billion off (PER YEAR) at this moment, from 20 years ago approximately 8 trillion off overall. So, yeah, from the track record, I’d say the CBO is rather consistent in not being able to project the amount of looting going on in Congress (and by extension, federal employees, dependents, those on welfare...)
Who cares. They will never be able to pay the debt off no matter how much money they generate. Why would anyone want to send these lovely Latino people into debt slavery to pay down the largest debt in world history ?
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