April 30, 2009

It Wasn't Me

WASHINGTON (AP) - "That wasn't me," President Barack Obama said on his 100th day in office, disclaiming responsibility for the huge budget deficit waiting for him on Day One.

What about this?


THIS makes the "huge budget deficit waiting for him on Day One" look pretty insignificant.

Even the AP (source of quote above) is calling him out on it - and claiming that the day one deficit was partly his responsibility too.

"That wasn't me." Can anyone remember the last president to use that line?

"That wasn't me" is something a kid says when he's caught doing something wrong.

"That wasn't me" is something a lying spouse says when confronted.

"That wasn't me" is something a low-life street cretin tells the police under questioning.

“That wasn’t me” is a pathetic excuse used by the immature and/or deceitful, NOT a leader.

Then again, this guy has never done anything to prove he could lead anything more than a flock of stupid sheep.

Posted by Clancy at April 30, 2009 8:41 AM
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Gee, if George Bush had put the cost of the Iraq and Afganistan wars into the budget, the numbers would be very different. Obama decided not to hide those figures from his budget. So everyone is surprised that an honest budget shows the real impact of the Bush years. Sorry, it doesn't wash. These are Bush figures--honest ones.

Posted by: Sharon at September 24, 2009 9:55 PM