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  • Government spending up under Obama.

    Oh, did I say up? I meant down.

    This reality will undoubtedly make conservatives uncomfortable.

     

     


    TWO TERMS BITCHES! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


  • #2

    FY2009 was Bush. Both Charts get that wrong.


    The top chart gets it even more wrong by giving half of 2008 to Obama.

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    • willhaven
      willhaven commented
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      So, what you're saying is, it's even better for Obama than the charts show?


  • #3

    willhaven wrote:

    Oh, did I say up? I meant down.

    This reality will undoubtedly make conservatives uncomfortable.

     

     


    Doesn't the House originate spending?  Looks like it started going down around 2010-2011... what happened then?

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    • BA.Barcolounger
      BA.Barcolounger commented
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      mdwagner73 wrote:

      willhaven wrote:

      Oh, did I say up? I meant down.

      This reality will undoubtedly make conservatives uncomfortable.

       

       


      Doesn't the House originate spending?  Looks like it started going down around 2010-2011... what happened then?


      No. TAX bills must originate in the House. Spending bills can come from anywhere.


    • willhaven
      willhaven commented
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      mdwagner73 wrote:

      willhaven wrote:

      Oh, did I say up? I meant down.

      This reality will undoubtedly make conservatives uncomfortable.


      Doesn't the House originate spending?  Looks like it started going down around 2010-2011... what happened then?


      Teabaggers elected in Nov 2010 would be partly responsible for 2012s budget after they were inaugurated in 2011.

      Dems in the House took care of spending for 2010 and 2011.


  • #4
    Add $5 trillion to the debt and it's considered a reduction in spending.

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    • yumpy
      yumpy commented
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      mauser wrote:
      Add $5 trillion to the debt and it's considered a reduction in spending.

       

       

      ya, what's up with that? 

       

      unpatriotic, i tells ya!  JUST LIKE BUSH! only worse. 

       

       


    • willhaven
      willhaven commented
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      mauser wrote:
      Add $5 trillion to the debt and it's considered a reduction in spending.

      Dope doesn't understand deficit VS debt. ^


  • #5

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    willhaven wrote:

    Oh, did I say up? I meant down.

    This reality will undoubtedly make conservatives uncomfortable.

     

     

     


     

    The charts show that spending is down slightly from OBAMA's highest spending.  However, spending is still higher than under Bush, or Clinton.  You can see that on the graph, right?  This is high school math stuff here, if not junior high.


    Spending would be up under any president, you know.  It's not that this is directly Obama's fault, it's just that everybody EXCEPT Obama seems to realize we have a problem.

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    • willhaven
      willhaven commented
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      Used2BMarkoh wrote:

      If


      willhaven wrote:

      Oh, did I say up? I meant down.

      This reality will undoubtedly make conservatives uncomfortable.

       

       

       


       

      The charts show that spending is down slightly from OBAMA's highest spending.  However, spending is still higher than under Bush, or Clinton.  You can see that on the graph, right?  This is high school math stuff here, if not junior high.


      Spending would be up under any president, you know.  It's not that this is directly Obama's fault, it's just that everybody EXCEPT Obama seems to realize we have a problem.


      Then why is he striving so hard to reduce the deficit?

      Do you think the deficit will grow or shrink in his second term? I think it will shrink, just as it has been.



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