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May 23, 2009

Obama Accuses Military of Billions in Overspending

Obama accuses military of billions in overspending


President Barack Obama has signed into law a bill aimed at tightening the controls on defense spending, saying it is "long overdue."

Standing with leading congressional players Friday morning on South Lawn of the White House, Obama said he was "extraordinarily proud" to sign the bill, which passed unanimously in both the House and Senate this week.

Obama noted one study which found that roughly $295 billion of taxpayers' money was wasted last year on cost overruns involving 95 defense programs.

He said wasteful defense spending "is unacceptable" at a time when the country is fighting two wars and trying to overcome a deep recession at home.

Wild Thing's comment..........

This angers me so much. Obama is spending money like crazy, but it is NOT ok with him to spend much on our military. GRRRRRRRRRRRR HOw omuch does he think we can take of his BS.

Spend, Spend, spend, but oh it's for the Military? Then from Obama we get Hell no. sheesh

Posted by Wild Thing at May 23, 2009 07:44 AM


But its ok to waste money on a corrupt organization like ACORN. Where one of the founders embezzled a Million dollars. Then the embezzeler was bailed out by ...The Tides foundation, Turaysah Hinds Kerry's favorite leftist organization. The embezzelment was kept quiet and there was no investigation, they didn't want to hurt the members. Eventually, this scumbag will get caught in his many webs of deceit, lying and corruption and the sooner the better.

This has got to be the worst presidency EVER. At least Carter didn't lose our Tripple A credit rating.

Posted by: Mark at May 23, 2009 05:26 PM

Mark, exactly, he only care about things
that have nothing to do with the military.
He is the scum of the earth.
OH yessss thanks, I remember the Kerry's
and the Tide Foundation. I had forgotten
about it.

Posted by: Wild Thing at May 23, 2009 08:32 PM