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Obama's Out-of-the-Mainstream Budget

D G Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 10:40 AM
A serious proposal would have recognized today's problems and formulated immediate solutions for them. In March 2013, the deficit was $106 Billion. Fiscal Year-to-Date (6 months), the deficit was about $600 billion. The average monthly deficit for the past 4 years is about $100 billion. This is an immediate problem. Comparing with the prior 4 years with substantially less deficits, we see it was the spending that increased sharply. So, we don't need a PHD economist or an MBA budget analyst to rapidly determine the real problem is the growth of spending. The Administration's proposal fails to address growth of spending as the number one problem. Accordingly, the proposal says to keep spending more money.
D G Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 10:40 AM
Raising taxes never catches up with the growing spending in the proposal, and there is no surplus in the next 10 years. It most definitely offers no immediate solutions to today's problems.

Let us be honest and objective. BHO offers no serious budget proposal. ..... Obviously!
D G Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 10:41 AM
Summing it up:

BHO fails to focus on immediate problems, and BHO fails to recognize growth of spending is the number one problem.

As you read through Kevin and Ed Morrissey's write-ups on the president's FY 2014 budget proposal, consider this: Obama's new plan is only a smidgen better than Senate Democrats' risible offering last month.  It's a tepid improvement because the new tax hikes "only" amount to $1.1 trillion, rather than $1.5 trillion, and because it includes a handful of modest entitlement reforms -- which, unfortunately, the White...