Filed under: Democrat Corruption, Domestic Policy, Economy, Liberalism, News, News the Media Doesn't Want You to Hear, Politics | Tags: Economy, Liberal lies, liberalism, Obama, OMB Director Peter Orszag
Is the Obama administration unusually mathematically challenged, as we have seen demonstrated in the remarkable number of nominees who cannot do their taxes? Or do they just think that the public is unusually dumb?
Here we have Representative Paul Ryan questioning Office of Management and Budget Director Peter Orszag about the odd technique of using pretend inflated war costs and then cutting them back to reality to claim “savings” in the budget. $1.6 trillion of the “savings” that Obama is expecting are based on the costs of the surge in Iraq continuing for 10 more years, even though Obama has announced that all combat troops will be out of Iraq by 2010, and the Status of Forces Agreement is set for 2011. Orszag looks like a fool.
Washington standards are unusually low, but this is remarkably dishonest. I’m sure I remember Barack Obama talking about integrity and transparency. Words, just words. We were going to have no more earmarks. The over $400 billion appropriations bill apparently includes something like 9,500 earmarks.
Interesting change. Not much hope. Definitely not transparent. No integrity.
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