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It's Obama's Math that Doesn't Add Up

Incredulous2 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 12:57 AM
There's hope yet! We simply give the Dem/Prog/Lib cabal members the "fiscal cliff" in a handbasket. We've already put responsible proposals on the table. Cabal member senate, has not (as Constitutionally mandated) submitted any budgets in (4) years now. Since we all go over the cliff together, no recovery happens. This will finally and in a fundamental way, show the world the socialist ideology regarding economies just doesn't work. 2016 nation elects strong conservative "Constitutionalist" and nation has growth explosion economically such as that never seen before. End of Dem/Prog/Lib cabal members existence as viable political party. Then perhaps, I wake up. Too many takers. No makers remain by 2016.
President Obama often boils down the issues around his plan to raise income taxes by saying it's all about the "math," a subject he doesn't seem to know much about.

No doubt the White House would argue the point, but the uncomfortable fact remains that after four years in office, the unemployment rate remains painfully high and economic growth is slowing down. Clearly, the president's math isn't working well, and neither are 23 million Americans who want full-time jobs.

But even a cursory analysis of the mathematical issues at the center of the battle over the "fiscal cliff" raises some fundamental numbers Obama...