Last edited by Walter; 03-04-11 at 05:05 PM.
Yes, Bush passed supplementals but Bush didn't designed the Afghanistan surge and that is the supplemental Obama proposed and signed in June 2009. I know this is hard for you to understand or probably even remember but we were attacked on 9/11 from Afghanistan. Obama called Afghanistan the "good war" but that isn't even the issue. Keep trying to divert from the Obama lie that he inherited a 1.3 trillion deficit.Redress;1059326605]Did the war come from Bush? Was there Bush war supplements? Did Bush choose not to put the war supplement in his budget? Then how can you blame Obama for the war supplement? The 2009 war supplement was a direct result of Bush's policy, but you still blame it on Obama.
To be complete and accurate, I did misspeak myself. I was thinking 2008, though the logic only changes, not the end result.
Almost an apology, that is a start.
but it might not be too far a reach to speculate that they are hesitating because of all the uncertainty clouding this economy---in obamacare, in the reg reform, in energy policy...
heck, this admin couldn't even come down on americans' precise 2012 relationship with the irs until almost new year's eve
resentment may also play a role
perhaps some of our uber rich feel they've been demonized and villified at every turn by this woebegone white house, which has in actuality done a whole lot more to protect and reward the fatcats and toobigs while doing almost nothing for the normal nates and nells while especially neglecting our african american neighbors and friends (ask the cbc)
Last edited by Walter; 03-04-11 at 05:11 PM.