Sunday, August 23, 2009

What’s $2 Trillion between friends?

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - 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…

Well lets see, Obama underestimated how high unemployment would rise, he underestimated the severity of the recession and now he has underestimated the 10 year budget deficit projection by $2 trillion. Despite this extremely poor track record, Obama wants us to believe him when he tells us that his health care overhaul will help cut our future deficits with all the savings it will generate.

Yeah, right!

To believe Obama at this point one would have to be a certified sucker or one of those “retard adults” skanky Garofalo has been yammering about.

God help us, these are going to be four very long years.

Via: Reuters
Via: Memeorandum

8 comments:

namaste said...

LOL! you had me at certified sucker. but then you went and added "skanky garofalo and i fell out!

Ron B said...

I guess a Harvard Law degree does not necessarily mean that you can understand basic math.

Opus #6 said...

I wonder if he really does have a Rock Star attitude toward money. Spend, spend as fast as you can. We will always have enough, no reason to save.

For this and so many reasons, I don't trust his judgement.

madmath1 said...

Obama is proof that a Harvard degree is worth less than the paper it's written on. His supporters are proof of one man, 10 votes is such a bad idea.

Clifton B said...

namsste:

You just know that Jeanane has not taken a bottle of Head and Shoulders to that greasy mop in about 15 year. Skanky! Plain and simple!

Clifton B said...

Ron B:

Given Harvard's love for bending the rules for minorities, I would say basic math is beyond them now.

Clifton B said...

Opus #6:

Obama seems to have a very casual attitude with OPM (Other People's Money). Given the nation's current financial situation, why have all these lavish trips, dates, and vacations?

Clifton B said...

madmath 1:

yes the ACORN - Chicago voting method!

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