Skip to comments.Obama WH to Congress: Letís spend a little more before the midterms!
Posted on 09/16/2010 1:45:06 PM PDT by RobinMasters
What a great idea! With voters rising up to wrest control of Congress away from Democrats in large part because of overspending and regulatory overreach as well as a failing economy, Barack Obama has decided that the next few weeks on Capitol Hill should be dedicated to more ad hoc spending:
Despite coming under daily assault from Republicans over spending, the Obama administration is pushing a $20 billion-plus pre-election shopping list on its Democratic allies in Congress as they prepare must-pass legislation to prevent a government shutdown next month.
Republicans are protesting the spending requests, which include $1.9 billion for grants to better-performing schools, financial help for the Postal Service and more than $4 billion requested by the administration to finance settlements of long-standing lawsuits against the government.
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Obama has progressed way beyond being incompetent. Hope and change are distant memories. The American people have had enough and he still doesnt have a clue.
Obama is worse than a gold-digger shopping with a limit-less credit card.
“Obama is worse than a gold-digger shopping with a limit-less credit card.”
Well now I know where Robert Mugabe learned how to govern.
He has a clue; he doesn’t care. He operates as a dictator. There are 41 Republican Senators in the Senate. This stuff only gets through now with the capitulation of at least one. GO TEAPARTY!
The real problem is that he does have a clue - he is following the marxist handbook and bankrupting the country thus bringing it closer to a marxist run country. The real problem for 0 is America figured him out and his silver tongue turned to tin.
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