Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Does your budget break the currant spending law?

At a Budget Committee hearing yesterday, OMB Acting Director Jeffrey Zients refused, under direct questioning from Sen. Sessions, to answer whether the president's budget would increase spending over current-law levels.

 The White House has repeatedly claimed that their budget contains $2.50 in spending cuts for every $1 in tax increases. In truth, the budget plan submitted by the president would increase spending by $1.5 trillion over the next 10 years relative to current projections. Over that time, the federal government will spend a total of $47 trillion, up from $45.5 trillion projected under the already enacted Budget Control Act—producing by the president's own projections an additional $11.2 trillion in gross debt.

 To view a detailed breakdown of proposed spending increases using numbers from President Obama's own budget, please click here:

Does anyone in their right mind want to re-elect Mr. Obama and continue with his agenda of lies.
Does you wish to continue his attack on Americas economy, religion and tax payers? 

Please vote no in November.

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