Skip to comments.Democrats attacking the president's budget is a futile gesture
Posted on 02/05/2010 3:47:42 AM PST by Scanian
The Obamacare disaster exposed the arrogance of the Democrat leadership in both houses and the "full speed ahead no matter what the people say" attitude of the president. The Scott Brown win in Massachusetts is proof that the people have had enough.
So, what is a desperate democrat to do when American voters are in an obvious revolt, and if the midterm elections were held today, the results would easily resemble the St. Valentine's Day massacre?
Apparently, Democrats decided it was time to go on the offense against the president's budget:
"A Democratic Senate candidate in Missouri denounced the budget's sky-high deficit. A Florida Democrat whose district includes the Kennedy Space Center hit the roof over NASA budget cuts. And an endangered Senate Democrat denounced proposed cuts in farm subsidies...."
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
At least some of these Dems are peeking out the senate door! ;-)
The new mantra by the socialist/progressives will be to attack “uneducated blue collar white guys”. They will also blame the Scott Brown election on Obamas terrorist policy and divert it from Socialist from his domestic programs.
N.A.S.A.’s budget should be slashed. There’s social programs and banks and insurance companies that need that money.
What a bunch of dumb asses.
Let’s hope the people remember and don’t get fooled..
because it is too late to apologize for trying to wreck this country...
The problem is the Culture of Entitlement, everybody wants checks from the government. If the government didn’t spend money on medic aid/care social welfare and so on then there wouldn’t be any problems. People would still be poorer in a bad economy, but the government would be able to function because it wouldn’t need that much money. How does the government spend $3.5 trillion every year? Couldn’t they get by with, say “only” $1 trillion? A trillion dollars is still a lot of money!
The sad thing is that after Congress gets through with the budget, all of this stuff getting “cut” will have large increases in spending. Congress will just pork up 0bama’s budget with another few hundred billion dollars of earmarks and out of control spending, and 0bama will sign it while trumpeting the “savings”.