Obama & Fiscal Policy

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President Obama, who famously called for tax increases on the wealthy to ‘spread the wealth around,’ denied today that his tax increases on the rich are an attempt to ‘redistribute wealth.’



We were told the same thing we’re being told now — [tax cuts for job creators are] going to lead to faster job growth, it’s going to lead to greater prosperity for everybody. Guess what? It didn’t.”


[Thank you, Mr. President.  We finally have some  clarity  on that subject.]


That’s not accurate.  Budgets only require 51 Senate votes for passage, as Lew – former director of the Office of Management and Budget – surely must know.



Obama’s Auto Bailout Lies



White House Underestimated 2012 Deficit by $769.5B–or 138 Percent


[Yeah, but he’ll get it right next time.  You’ll see, you moron conservatives.]


[Barack Obama] said that the federal government “spends” when it does not raise taxes.



Though President Obama has of late attempted to adopt the deficit hawk, pro-tax-cut mantle, in truth the policies he has adopted for the past three years — and those that he proposes in the future — have resulted in bigger deficits, more spending, and calls for higher taxes.”



Does anyone think the reason we got in such a financial mess was because of too much oversight? Of course not.



President Obama… touts a program that he says is going to save billions over “the next several years” when a realistic estimate is more like a couple of million and he spends that in a week?



Obama’s Biggest Budget Lies



President Obama rallied with union workers at a Boeing plant in Washington, but he praised the manufacturing conducted by Boeing in South Carolina, even though his National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) tried to close the South Carolina plant at the behest of the Washington union workers.



WH website still touting pledge to halve deficit



Obama: “The Private Sector Is Doing Fine”



Obama: The ‘Weaknesses In Our Economy’ Are Due to Cuts in State and Local Gov’t



S&P keeps US rating unchanged, outlook ‘negative’



The Private Sector Is Not Fine, the Public Sector Is Still Fat



Why Obama’s ‘The Private Sector Is Doing Fine’ [Lie] Matters




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