We're reminded of something here:
It was only six months ago to the day, on Feb. 22, when Barack Obama proclaimed that he was going to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term. And let’s be sure to recall that this was after TARP was already in play and Porkulous was under construction like a fully operational Death Star. The economy had begun to collapse the previous fall, so nobody could say it was coming as a surprise.
HopeyChangey BS, folks.
The Obama administration will raise its 10-year budget deficit projection to approximately $9 trillion from $7.108 trillion in a report next week, a senior administration official told Reuters on Friday.
$9Tn here, another $1Tn spend on ObamaCare, then collapse the entire Upper Midwestern economy with Cap-n-Tax, run out of Medicare dollars..........
That's not just 'deficit.' That's the trigger for revolutions. And I'm not the only one who is concerned:
"There's a real question at stake now. Is President Obama creating a civil war in our own country?" --John Voight in the WashTimes
A very good question. Same asked by the Gay Patriot:
"Is the US in a low-grade Civil War?"
And VDH, in less direct language:
Because of his inexperience and unfamiliarity with political hostility, I think Obama will press ahead on the present course, heightening partisan tensions, dividing the country, and ultimately diminishing his presidency further still. Again, the voters wanted youth, charisma, competence, fiscal sobriety, non-partisanship, and are getting radicalism with an increasing edge to it.
HT: HotAir, McCain, BeerBiker
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Obama is learning the hard way that bi-partisanship is not possible when a rather large segment of society believes that the President is a African born, Muslim, Fascist who is plotting to overthrow American Democracy as we know it.
Obama is learning the hard way that bi-partisanship is not possible when a rather large segment of society believes that the President is a ...crypto- Fascist who is plotting to overthrow American Democracy as we know it.
Edited for reality. You start calling me a racist, I'll ban your stupid comments.
No one is calling anyone a racist to my knowledge.
But you make my point. Any sort of logical debate isn't possible, health care or otherwise, when a certain segment of the American population is talking "revolution" in order to "save" democracy.
This is quite insane.
"A little revolution every now and then is a good thing"--T Jefferson.
Be careful out there, Struppie.
...and I thought that was just a cool line that Sean Connery said to end the movie, "Hunt for Red October".
Yeah, I'll keep my eye out for the guy with the machine gun strapped to his back at my next Town Hall meeting.
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