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    WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Truely amazing watching the Most Expensive President in History......the Biggest Leftist to ever stain the Whitehouse......sprint towards the middle grasping at the very conservative principles he despises.

    White House: Obama to lay out spending plan - Yahoo! Finance

    White House: Obama to lay out spending plan

    White House says Obama will lay out deficit-reduction plan later this week

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Obama will lay out new plans this week to reduce the federal deficit in part by seeking cuts to government programs for seniors and the poor, a top political adviser said Sunday, adding that Americans expect both sides to work together.

    "You're going to have to look at Medicare and Medicaid and see what kind of savings you can get," Obama adviser David Plouffe said on NBC's "Meet the Press."
    HusSame is trying to pull the biggest 180 in history, in an effort to woo the very voters who still believe it was BJ Clinton who balanced the budget and reformed Welfare. Coming on the heels of last Friday night, when the Tea Party dragged Obama and Democrats to The Largest Spending Cut in US History kicking and screaming......only to have The Most Expensive President in US History take credit a few hours later.

    This will be interesting........if Obama supports cutting Medicaid and Medicare today.......the Democrat faithful will support it tomorrow......just as they did with Barack Petroleum's Lybian War for Oil.


    4/11/2011......Democrats support killing Seniors and depriving "da Childen"....
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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    Truely amazing watching the Most Expensive President in History......the Biggest Leftist to ever stain the Whitehouse......sprint towards the middle grasping at the very conservative principles he despises.



    HusSame is trying to pull the biggest 180 in history, in an effort to woo the very voters who still believe it was BJ Clinton who balanced the budget and reformed Welfare. Coming on the heels of last Friday night, when the Tea Party dragged Obama and Democrats to The Largest Spending Cut in US History kicking and screaming......only to have The Most Expensive President in US History take credit a few hours later.

    This will be interesting........if Obama supports cutting Medicaid and Medicare today.......the Democrat faithful will support it tomorrow......just as they did with Barack Petroleum's Lybian War for Oil.


    4/11/2011......Democrats support killing Seniors and depriving "da Childen"....
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    Bush was the most expensive president ever. He doubled the debt while driving the economy into the ground for the next president.
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    the change is revolutionary

    Here’s the unvarnished pitch House Speaker John Boehner would love to make to his conservative critics if he could just let it fly: “You are winning, and winning decisively. So stop your whining.”

    And here’s the unvarnished truth about that pitch: Boehner would be spot on.

    The winners and losers of this weekend’s 11th-hour budget deal may be in dispute. But the broader trajectory of politics, stretching back to the spring of 2009, is not. The Republican — and, yes, the tea party — agenda is not only ascendant, it’s driving the debate over reshaping government at every level.

    Jubilant top Republicans told POLITICO in interviews that they plan to use the momentum from the budget fight to take a hard line with President Barack Obama in the fiscal fights of the months ahead.
    The GOP's winning streak - POLITICO.com

    roger simon's journolisters continue (for 4 pages):

    what's going on in new york and california

    our public unions are racing to places like madison eager to have their pay-ins upped and their bennies downed

    a "top democrat official:" "the fundamental problem of the whole process is democrats have zero ability to describe what our view of government really is, so basically all we do is defend the status quo against attacks from the right-wing fringe of the gop"

    obama taking credit for "the biggest annual spending cut in our history" twice during his 5:00 saturday address (what used to be called for decades the president's radio address)

    obama at 11:30 pm friday, standing in front of the window that puts the washington monument behind his right shoulder, said the exact same talking point---"the biggest annual spending cut in our history"

    "sure to take credit for cutting spending even tho he fought it most of the way"

    40 bil in cuts, the end of earmarks, the extension of the bush tax cuts

    "some centrist democrats and even some liberals PRAISE [politico's emphasis] ryan"

    900 state reps last november, 21 state assemblies

    new jersey and virginia in 09, massachusetts in early 10

    the house, 6 senators, 10 gubs

    the state labs---wisconsin, ohio, indiana, michigan, jersey, illinois, florida

    house republicans want more---cuts, budget REFORM

    leadership emboldened

    debt ceiling and 2012 budget---may, june and july

    it's not whether to cut but how much

    could the republicans overreach?

    tea is "restless"

    karl rove---impatient republicans need to see that leadership has "created the opportunity for trillions"

    the tea members are with boehner, the ones i (rove) talk to

    newt---boehner's calm demeanor, professionalism

    "very methodical"

    politico: "the broader political concern for republicans is this---can they prevent obama from claiming credit for the new frugal spirit, obama wants to and has more tools than his adversaries"

    do you think obama can succeed in "claiming credit for the new frugal spirit?"

    do you want him to?

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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by USA_1 View Post
    Bush was the most expensive president ever. He doubled the debt while driving the economy into the ground for the next president.
    Yes of course.....and BJ Clinton balanced the budget and reformed Welfare......and Obama was responsible for The Largest Spending Cut in US History.....


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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    Yes of course.....and BJ Clinton balanced the budget and reformed Welfare......and Obama was responsible for The Largest Spending Cut in US History.....


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    You do know the economy collapsed at the end of Bush's term, don't you? You do know he doubled the debt while the economy was booming due to new home construction, don't you. You do know that the 2009 budget was Bush's and the bank bailout money was spent by Bush, don't you? Obama was left with a turd sandwich thanks to Bush.
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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by USA_1 View Post
    You do know the economy collapsed at the end of Bush's term, don't you? You do know he doubled the debt while the economy was booming due to new home construction, don't you. You do know that the 2009 budget was Bush's and the bank bailout money was spent by Bush, don't you? Obama was left with a turd sandwich thanks to Bush.
    So what your saying is "Its all George Bush's Fault"..........

    .........interesting.........I havent heard that perspective everyday for "the last 8 years"......
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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Prof writes
    obama taking credit for "the biggest annual spending cut in our history" twice during his 5:00 saturday address (what used to be called for decades the president's radio address)

    obama at 11:30 pm friday, standing in front of the window that puts the washington monument behind his right shoulder, said the exact same talking point---"the biggest annual spending cut in our history"

    "sure to take credit for cutting spending even tho he fought it most of the way"

    40 bil in cuts, the end of earmarks, the extension of the bush tax cuts
    This is what makes me angry.
    Obama's starting point was zero and he and the Dems were dragged kicking and screaming to get to "the biggest annual spending cuts in history." Yet who does he credit the cuts to? Well, himself of course.
    Most in the media won't say it so I will. I think Boehner did a great job and Reid and Obama should be ashamed of themselves.
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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Prof writes

    This is what makes me angry.
    Obama's starting point was zero and he and the Dems were dragged kicking and screaming to get to "the biggest annual spending cuts in history." Yet who does he credit the cuts to? Well, himself of course.
    Most in the media won't say it so I will. I think Boehner did a great job and Reid and Obama should be ashamed of themselves.
    The starting point was not zero. Democrats want to cut things, just different things than you want to cut.

    Also, the "most expensive president" nonsense is always hilarious. The bulk of our deficit is a combination of two wars, the Bush tax cuts, and the recession. The first was a huge expenditure, the other two reductions in revenue. Why is the revenue side of the equation always ignored when it comes time to bash a Democrat? Yes, sometimes cutting taxes can increase revenue. Not at these rates, though. We lost revenue. Lots of it. The economy crash made things worse.

    Other than the temporary spending increase from the stimulus package, Obama has not actually been anywhere out of the ordinary when it comes to spending. Every president since Reagan has increased spending. Combining increased spending with lower taxes is not good for the debt. Democrats do it. Republicans do it. The biggest difference between the two parties is which pet industries they like to funnel your money into.
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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    The starting point was not zero. Democrats want to cut things, just different things than you want to cut.
    They had complete supermajority unadulterated control for 2 years.........

    ..........What did they cut?

    Also, the "most expensive president" nonsense is always hilarious. The bulk of our deficit is a combination of two wars, the Bush tax cuts, and the recession. The first was a huge expenditure, the other two reductions in revenue. Why is the revenue side of the equation always ignored when it comes time to bash a Democrat? Yes, sometimes cutting taxes can increase revenue. Not at these rates, though. We lost revenue. Lots of it. The economy crash made things worse.
    In 30 days Obama spent more than Iraq War, Afghanastan War, General War on Terror, and Katrina.......COMBINED.....

    In 60 days Obama proposed spending that amounts to more spending then all previous administrations.........COMBINED.......

    .........The Kenyan Tyrant has definitely earned the title of THE MOST EXPENSIVE PRESIDENT IN HISTORY........and THE WORST.....
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    Re: WHitehouse: Obama to lay out Spending Plan

    Obama must have Clinton advising him how to make the voters forget just how bad he is and give him a second term.
    Everytime I say to me Obama is DONE no way could he ever get a second term...then I think of slick willy.

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