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Monday, January 23, 2012

COMING SOON: 1000 Days Without a Budget

5 comments:

Sarkazein said...

Have we ever gone this long without a budget passed?

Sarkazein said...

Without a budget passed, the ship is adrift with no one at the helm. Party on Garth Obama. Obama makes the Italian cruise ship captain look good.

Blogger said...

Sark, and the Italian ship is a metaphor of a captain who takes off on his own course and runs the ship aground.

guy faulkes said...

Get real people. Do you think a man that has increased our debt by five trillion dollars is going to publish a budget for the nest increase he plans?

Nobody said...

"Have we ever gone this long without a budget passed?"

When the Reid-Pelosi Congress first failed to adopt a budget at all and instead funded the government via "continuing resolutions," it was the first time in the modern budgeting age that the federal government had not passed a budget. Modern budgeting practices were legislated in 1974. To me, this issue is one of the most overlooked travesties of the Obama dictatorship, and the media never mentions this. They do, however, report on the regularly required votes to pass the continuing resolutions and to raise the debt ceiling.