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March 17, 2011

Obama, All Talk No Walk on debt reduction

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The NRCC has put together this short video of Obama''s Greatest Deficit Hits, along with helpful overlays of the buzzwords he likes to use to remind us just how urgent action has become. He says we can no longer live off of "credit cards," advises us ... as he sends budgets that borrow 40 cents on the dollar ... that we have to "bring down" deficits now and that we "cannot continue to kick the can down the road." Yet, as Ed Morrissey points out over at Hot Air, cutting $61 billion from a budget with a $1600 billion hole in it is apparently too radical for this "deficit-hawk-in-theory". It seems that one of the "festering problems" Obama refers to is in fact himself:

As Ed goes on to note, the NRCC isn't the only group tired of talk from the White House. Members of both parties at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue have had enough as well.

Of course none of this should come as a surprise ... after all, we're talking about the leader of a party that can't even figure out who's in charge. Apparently, all of the Dems are not only stuck on all talk and no walk ... they don't even know which direction to go in.

Posted by Richard at March 17, 2011 12:03 PM

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