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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post

    LOL, nice distortion, Most of TARP was in fiscal year 2009. FACT, Obama Budget in 2010-2011 was 3.7 trillion. Last Bush budget without TARP was 3.0 trillion
    You are so full of ****, your eyes are brown.

    First of all, I've shown you were only $200B of TARP was applied to the FY2009 budget. (which, by the way, would indicate the TARP funds paid back were applied to the FY2009 budget).

    Secondly, Obama's 2011 budget bombed miserably in Congress and never passed his 3.7 trillion dollar budget.

    Lastly, actual spending, which you falsely described as "Bush spending on steroids," dropped in 2010, Obama's first budget.



    Spending drops ... rightwing ideologues call that "Bush spending on steroids."

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

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    Getting more taxpayers will generate more revenue to the govt so you don't need to raise taxes, just increase jobs.
    Do both.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Are you saying Obama should have ignored the legislation? You would be right in there bashing him for not doing so. You know you would.
    Where did I say that? Obama was left 350 billion dollars, did he spend it? What did he do with the repayment since it was repaid after Bush left office? Do some research, you are going to be surprised.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    You are so full of ****, your eyes are brown.

    First of all, I've shown you were only $200B of TARP was applied to the FY2009 budget. (which, by the way, would indicate the TARP funds paid back were applied to the FY2009 budget).

    Secondly, Obama's 2011 budget bombed miserably in Congress and never passed his 3.7 trillion dollar budget.

    Lastly, actual spending, which you falsely described as "Bush spending on steroids," dropped in 2010, Obama's first budget.



    Spending drops ... rightwing ideologues call that "Bush spending on steroids."
    You are delusional as you have never shown that 200 billion was applied to the FY 2009 nor have you shown that anything was applied to the 2009 budget. Obama's 2011 budget was never passed but that didn't stop continuing resolutions which you will see totalled 3.7 trillion dollars. I did post what Tim Geithner said about the TARP repayment but again you ignored it.

    You just don't have a clue but apparently nothing changes the mind of an Obama supporter.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    My numbers come straight from bls.gov, the same place you always cite. Note: I made no attempt to come up with a percentage because that's another ball of wax.
    Didn't say they weren't BLS numbers, just not the total picture which you have a tendency to do. Your numbers are too low and if accurate would have created a 14% unemployment number which creates another problem for Obama and his supporters like you. Too bad U-6 is being ignored by Obama supporters.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post

    Prove it already, Conservative.

    Show how much of TARP was spent in FY2009, show how much of TARP was paid back in FY2009, show how much of TARP was applied to the FY2009 budget.

    You haven't shown any of that. You're just spouting off more rigwing zombie talking points.


    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post

    Go to TARP website and see how much was distributed and to whom. You will find that Bush spent 350 billion dollars from October to December and left 350 billion for Obama. The repayment of TARP began in 2009 and continued into 2010. Shouldn't that be credited to Bush? How much of TARP has been repaid and how much did TARP add to the 2009 deficit?
    Wrong answer, Conservative. It's not my job to go hunting for the numbers you are claiming.

    You post the numbers.

    You post the links to those numbers.

    You don't because either you can't or because even you know your numbers are BS.

    This is your homework assignment, not mine...

    Show how much of TARP was spent in FY2009, show how much of TARP was paid back in FY2009, show how much of TARP was applied to the FY2009 budget.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    Wrong answer, Conservative. It's not my job to go hunting for the numbers you are claiming.

    You post the numbers.

    You post the links to those numbers.

    You don't because either you can't or because even you know your numbers are BS.

    This is your homework assignment, not mine...

    Show how much of TARP was spent in FY2009, show how much of TARP was paid back in FY2009, show how much of TARP was applied to the FY2009 budget.
    You claimed that 200 billion of repayment was applied to the 2009 budget so prove it.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post

    You are delusional as you have never shown that 200 billion was applied to the FY 2009 nor have you shown that anything was applied to the 2009 budget.
    Mandatory Outlays. Much of the rise in outlays in 2009 came from mandatory programs. After growing by an average of about 6 percent a year from 1999 to 2008, mandatory spending (excluding net interest) soared by 31 percent ($499 billion) last year, to $2.1 trillion. Three initiatives accounted for nearly two-thirds of that increase. Outlays recorded for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) totaled $152 billion in 2009; net payments to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac accounted for another $91 billion; and fiscal stimulus legislation, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), increased mandatory outlays by $80 billion (largely for Medicaid, unemployment benefits, payments to Social Security beneficiaries, and supplemental nutrition assistance).

    The Budget Outlook


    Now that you see what an actual number accompanied with a link looks like, hopefully it will inspire you to do likewise.

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post

    I did post what Tim Geithner said about the TARP repayment but again you ignored it.
    What you posted was Geithner saying he believed he could respend repaid TARP funds.

    What you didn't post was evidence that he did.

    Also among your missing posts were the actual numbers of how much was spent in FY2009 with how much was repaid in FY2009 with how much was applied to FY2009.

    You're posting bull**** and the reason it's beyond obvious that it's bull**** lies is your reluctance (or inaility) to post the actual numbers.

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    Wrong answer, Conservative. It's not my job to go hunting for the numbers you are claiming.

    You post the numbers.

    You post the links to those numbers.

    You don't because either you can't or because even you know your numbers are BS.

    This is your homework assignment, not mine...

    Show how much of TARP was spent in FY2009, show how much of TARP was paid back in FY2009, show how much of TARP was applied to the FY2009 budget.
    Maybe this will educate you but I doubt it

    These are the true deficits: Bush $800B, Obama $1.4T - TheHill.com

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    Re: Obama's Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Ever, According to Gallup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    Mandatory Outlays. Much of the rise in outlays in 2009 came from mandatory programs. After growing by an average of about 6 percent a year from 1999 to 2008, mandatory spending (excluding net interest) soared by 31 percent ($499 billion) last year, to $2.1 trillion. Three initiatives accounted for nearly two-thirds of that increase. Outlays recorded for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) totaled $152 billion in 2009; net payments to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac accounted for another $91 billion; and fiscal stimulus legislation, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), increased mandatory outlays by $80 billion (largely for Medicaid, unemployment benefits, payments to Social Security beneficiaries, and supplemental nutrition assistance).

    The Budget Outlook


    Now that you see what an actual number accompanied with a link looks like, hopefully it will inspire you to do likewise.


    What you posted was Geithner saying he believed he could respend repaid TARP funds.

    What you didn't post was evidence that he did.

    Also among your missing posts were the actual numbers of how much was spent in FY2009 with how much was repaid in FY2009 with how much was applied to FY2009.

    You're posting bull**** and the reason it's beyond obvious that it's bull**** lies is your reluctance (or inaility) to post the actual numbers.
    These are the true deficits: Bush $800B, Obama $1.4T - TheHill.com

    Apparently you don'tknoow the difference between spending an a loan.

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