This week, the White House released President Obama’s budget proposal. Not only does his proposed budget add new taxes and new spending, its lack of bipartisan support makes it dead on arrival in Congress. His proposal is so ridiculous that we’re left feeling like a guy who has been nominated for four Academy Awards, but never wins (you know who we’re talking about).
In 2009, The Obama Administration Told The Public That If The “Stimulus” Were Passed, The Unemployment Rate Would Not Pass 8.0%. Despite The Enactment Of A Stimulus Bill That Cost More Than $1 Trillion, The Unemployment Rate Peaked At 10.0% In October 2009.
Yesterday, the House voted in favor of a bill that would override the ability of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to limit the amount of carbon emissions from coal fueled power plants.
Yesterday we reported that two new White House Obamacare delays showed the Affordable Care Act just isn’t working. Today, two new studies show, specifically, the law is failing to draw as many of the uninsured into the health insurance system as promised.
On Tuesday, President Obama revealed his budget proposal for fiscal year 2015. It proposes $3.9 trillion in spending, while raising taxes in an effort to reduce the debt. The President’s budget has no real chance of passing Congress, but has become a rallying point for Democrats of where they want to begin budget negotiations.