Why We Have No Budget and Why It Can’t Be Balanced

“We receive wake up call after wake up call and all to no avail because our government is either economically illiterate and doesn’t understand the problem of spending other people’s money even after other people run out of money, or is too ideologically committed. The best, but radical, thing that we could/should do is to cut entitlements and foreign aid immediately, knowing full well that could start rioting. And even that would be just the beginning, it will be like chipping away at an iceberg (See the video below)” …Gary the Rat

WHEN BROKE means BROKE

We Have A Budget That Can’t Be Balanced

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And yet…

Obama Ends Welfare Reform as We Know It, Calls for $12.7 Trillion in New Welfare Spending putting us even further into debt to try and garner votes for his re-election.  President Obama has also played the smoke and mirrors game pandering to students on the backs of seniors by hiding a provision in the transportation bill covering first year college loan fees with money from the already broke social security fund.

The people we have in the White House now and most that we have in Congress are not capable or not willing to do what needs to be done to fix the problems.  And many don’t even understand the problem and are ideologically blinded.

President Obama and the Senate under the leadership of Harry Reid purposely kept this from the American people by not passing a budget or bringing on to vote in years.

All issues other than fixing the economy and jobs are diversions and secondary at this point.

In November we must clean house from President Obama on down or our ship of state will sink!

clip_image001[4]I’ll take Romney’s business experience over the nightmare we’re experiencing in Obama’s America Any Day!

Related:

Economist Ron Hera really nails it. We are ALREADY in collapse

About Ask Marion

I am a babyboomer and empty nester who savors every moment of my past and believes that it is the responsibility of each of us in my generation and Americans in general to make sure that America is as good or even a better place for future generations as it was for us. So far... we haven't done very well!! Favorite Quotes: "The first 50 years are to build and acquire; the second 50 are to leave your legacy"; "Do something that scares you every day!"; "The journey in between what you once were and who you are becoming is where the dance of life really takes place". At age 62 I find myself fighting inoperable uterine Cancer and thanks to the man upstairs and the prayers from so many people including many of my readers from AskMarion and JustOneMorePet... I'm beating it. After losing our business because of the economy and factors related to the re-election of President Obama in 2012 followed by 16-mos of job hunting, my architect-trained husband is working as a trucker and has only been home approximately 5-days a month since I was diagnosed, which has made everything more difficult and often lonely... plus funds are tight. Our family medical deductible is 12K per year for two of us; thank you ObamaCare. But thanks to donations from so many of you, we are making ends meet as I go through treatment while taking care of my father-in-law who is suffering from late stage Alzheimer's and my mother-in-law who suffers from RA and onset dementia as well as hearing loss, for which there are no caretaker funds, as I continue the fight here online to inform and help restore our amazing country. And finally I need to thank a core group of family, friends, and readers... all at a distance, who check in with me regularly. Plus, I must thank my furkids who have not left my side through this fight. You can see them at JustOneMorePet.
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