100 days – 100 mistakes

Originally posted on Boudica BPI Weblog April 28, 2009. There is no new content being posted there please visit Boudica2015 for new content.

100 days – 100 mistakes

1. “Obama criticized pork barrel spending in the form of ‘earmarks,’ urging changes in the way that Congress adopts the spending proposals. Then he signed a spending bill that contains nearly 9,000 of them, some that members of his own staff shoved in last year when they were still members of Congress. ‘Let there be no doubt, this piece of legislation must mark an end to the old way of doing business, and the beginning of a new era of responsibility and accountability,’ Obama said.” — McClatchy, 3/11

54. After saying he wouldn’t have lobbyists in his administration, Obama made 17 exceptions in the first two weeks in office.

55. . . . including Tom Daschle, who worked as a top lobbyist yet was going to be appointed Secretary of Health and Human Services — until his failure to pay income taxes derailed his nomination.

73. “President Obama’s plan to require private insurance carriers to reimburse the Department of Veterans Affairs for the treatment of troops injured in service has infuriated veterans groups who say the government is morally obligated to pay for service-related medical care.” — Fox News, 3/17

100 Days – 100 mistakes (and we still have 1364 days to go!)

Visit hahayouredead for the full list of 100.

It looks like we have at a minimum 1364 more mistakes coming at us. If not stopped this guy will destroy us before he’s done

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