Sunday, May 27, 2012


ACTUALLY…..I, for one, am getting sick and tired of Mitt Romney’s attacks on President Obama.  This morning I read an article regarding “Obama’s Spending Binge”.  Come on folks, this kind of crap should not be spread around.  The so called “spending binge” never happened!  Mitt Romney is continuing to mislead Americans about the President’s record on reckless spending.  He is creating lies and falsely attacking our President.  What kind of a man is he anyway? Perhaps that’s his regular modus operandi, seems logical since it’s well known he has difficulty telling the truth. Somehow I don't believe that qualifies for him to be the presumptive nominee for President of the United States.

The facts have been examined and found that of all the false accusations told about President Obama, and his "spending spree" is the biggest whopper yet.  The actual facts do not show a negligent increase in spending.  For crying out loud, facts show that over the last four years federal spending is rising at the slowest rate since President Eisenhower.

You want more facts, read on......
In fiscal 2009, the last of George Bushes presidency – federal spending rose by 17.9%         
In fiscal 2010, the first budget under President Obama – federal spending fell 1.8%        
In fiscal 2011, spending rose 4.3%
In  fiscal 2012, spending is set to rise 0.7%,  According to the the budget that was agreed to last August   
In fiscal 2013, the final budget of President Obama’s term, spending is scheduled to fall 1.3%

Let me also mention that our President has a balanced budget plan that would cut deficits by $4 trillion over the next 10 years, but the Republican controlled House of Representatives won't pass it.  So who, really, are the bad guys here?
There has been no imaginative large increases in spending under President Obama!!  Don't believe all that baloney!!  If you do you're playing silly games that will only help the GOP in their mission to destroy everything good that President Obama has accomplished.

In case you don't believe me, check the facts and the Official numbers at the Office of Management and Budget, or read the Congressional Budget Office reports.

Later people, I'll be back...........