Obama Discusses Vision For Second Term: A Lot Of Spending

No one should be particularly shocked. It’s all he knows, especially since it’s not his money (via Erika Johnsen from Townhall)

Of course, he uses the word “invest” as a euphemism for spending boodles of Someone Else’s cash. Money we don’t have. On projects that have so far failed. He wants “investments” in more failed green energy projects (for campaign contributors), teachers (unions), R&D (probably for embryonic stem cells which still have offered no cures and medicines), transportation (trains to nowhere), and putting construction workers back to work (after they were laid off again from his short term Stimulus projects which weren’t so Ha Ha shovel ready).

Oh, and the debt and deficit? Erika opines

And while he was most verbose about his many ideas for spending more money and increasing the federal government’s role in our lives, the extent of the president’s plan for reducing our debt and deficit amounted to, “Let’s do it in a responsible way.” …Uh huh. Kind of like all of that responsible spending in which you’ve actively engaged, adding more to the deficit in your first three years than President Bush so “unpatriotically” did during his entire two-term tenure?

His definition of “responsible” seems to be the same as a meth addict with George Soros’ stolen credit card.

Crossed at Right Wing News and Stop The ACLU.

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3 Responses to “Obama Discusses Vision For Second Term: A Lot Of Spending”

  1. LD Jackson says:

    Actually, what the President is proposing is simple. He wants more spending and higher taxes. All to reduce the deficit and the debt, don’t you know. I have yet to figure out how so many people could be so blinded that they would believe a lie such as that. It simply isn’t in the DNA of a liberal to cut spending, the President, more than most. Their first and only solution to any perceived problem is to raise taxes. Always to raise taxes and never to cut spending.

  2. And they think the money will just magically keep appearing, that is is a never ending money train. Right up until we go over the fiscal cliff.

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