"Cut Deficits In Half By 2013" -- G20

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Scataphagos, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. Yeah, right. Same crapola Obama promised/lied about in his campaign. He not only hasn't tried to "halve" deficits, he piled on $3 Trillion more... (that Bush's fault, too? Not saying I'm a Bush fan... but if you have any integrity at all, you gotta call an asshole and "ASSHOLE"!... regardless of your political leanings.)

    In case nobody has noticed.... occasionally they "mention" doing something about the deficits... and that's about as far as they get.
     
  2. 2009 United States federal budget - $3.1 trillion (submitted 2008 by President Bush)


    2008 United States federal budget - $2.9 trillion (submitted 2007 by President Bush)


    2007 United States federal budget - $2.8 trillion (submitted 2006 by President Bush)


    2006 United States federal budget - $2.7 trillion (submitted 2005 by President Bush)


    2005 United States federal budget - $2.4 trillion (submitted 2004 by President Bush)


    2004 United States federal budget - $2.3 trillion (submitted 2003 by President Bush)


    2003 United States federal budget - $2.2 trillion (submitted 2002 by President Bush)


    2002 United States federal budget - $2.0 trillion (submitted 2001 by President Bush)


    2001 United States federal budget - $1.9 trillion (submitted 2000 by President Clinton)


    2000 United States federal budget - $1.8 trillion (submitted 1999 by President Clinton)


    1999 United States federal budget - $1.7 trillion (submitted 1998 by President Clinton)


    1998 United States federal budget - $1.7 trillion (submitted 1997 by President Clinton)


    1997 United States federal budget - $1.6 trillion (submitted 1996 by President Clinton)


    1996 United States federal budget - $1.6 trillion (submitted 1995 by President Clinton)
     
  3. All this proves is US never fully recovered from the recession of 2000-2001. The wars have only made things worse (post-911).