Saturday, April 16, 2011

Mark Steyn on Obama

... on Sunday night, I said that this historic, you know, $38.5 billion dollar cut amounted to the amount of money that the United States government borrows every ten days, slightly under ten days. And I thought that was pathetic enough. Now we find that it’s only a cut of $350 million, which is equivalent to what the United States government borrows every two hours. I mean, back in the 90s, I think there was a sort of competition to calculate how much money had to have fallen out of his pocket onto the sidewalk for it to be worth it in man hours for Bill Gates stooping to pick it up.
You know, a historic budget cut that actually increases spending, this is a joke. This is a total joke. You know what we need to do? We need to abolish a cabinet department at the very minimum to show that the United States government is capable of reform. This country is broke. This country is broke, and the only thing preventing it from turning into Portugal, and then Zimbabwe, is the fact that the dollar is the global currency.

Mark Steyn on the Hugh Hewitt show

Actually that very issue is being looked at now, whether the dollar will remain the global currency. Americans really need to get a grasp on the debt that Obama and his government are piling up. Four more years of this guy and the US will be finished, if not before then.

If they can't see through the moral shallowness of Barak Obama, they should at least recognize that he is reducing their economy to Third World status.

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