Letter: Fed spending won't decrease for 2013-14
Remember, today's stock market dollars are inflated dollars, not worth near as much as when President Barack Obama took office.
During the 2008 campaign, we saw the faces Obama wanted us to see. After elected, we saw the face of transparency fade away, bipartisanship split and unity divided. This 2013 campaign is being waged to destroy the GOP.
Those are the faces we need to talk about right now. Our Supreme Court ruled in his favor against the majority in Obamacare. The Supreme Court ruled it to be a "tax bill," instead of what it was. The Affordable Care Act has proven to be everything but affordable.
Today, to insure he gets the funds necessary to run for this third term, he has resurrected his campaign committee to redistribute the wealth. He closed the White House for citizens tours but reorganized his accessibility to supporters.
First, he was "for" sequestration; now, he is against it, probably because it showed how easy it was to "cut" federal spending. Eighty-five billion dollars in cuts are minuscule, compared to the real dollars being spent. This big "sequestration" amounted to 2.5 percent of the entire Obama budget of $3.3 trillion.
By the way, "spending" will not decrease by even $1 for 2013-14. That $3.3 trillion budget, having about $1.3 trillion of deficit dollars, will still be higher than any other Obama budget. I would echo the speaker's question: How much is he going to need? All of it?