58 Reasons to Vote on November 2

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Here's the Number One reason to vote on Nov. 2!



OBAMA ADMINISTRATION’S RECORD FROM THE OUTRAGEOUS TO THE ABSURD

  1. $26.2 Trillion: Projected Federal Debt in 2020 due to Obama’s binge spending. (OMB, 7/23/10)
  2. $13.6 Trillion: Current National Debt. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 10/19/10)
  3. $8.5 Trillion: Cumulative Deficits caused by Obama’s proposed budget, FY 2011-2020. (OMB, 7/23/10)
  4. $3.9 Trillion: Total cost of the Democrats’ Tax Hike to taxpayers. (Joint Committee On Taxation, 8/6/10)
  5. $3.0 Trillion: Amount added to the National Debt since Obama took office. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 10/19/10)
  6. $2.5 Trillion:  True cost of ObamaCare once fully implemented. (Sen. Max Baucus, Floor Remarks, 12/2/09)
  7. $1.42 Trillion: Federal Budget Deficit for FY2009 – highest in U.S. history. (Congressional Budget Office, 10/7/10)
  8. $1.29 Trillion: Federal Budget Deficit for FY2010 – second highest in U.S. history. (Congressional Budget Office, 10/7/10)
  9. $868.4 Billion: American Debt held by China. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 10/19/10)
  10. $831 Billion:  Net interest payment on our National Debt in 2020 due to Obama’s budget. (OMB, 7/23/10)
  11. $814 Billion: Price tag of Obama’s failed Stimulus. (Bloomberg, 8/20/10)
  12. $575 Billion: Amount of Medicare cuts in ObamaCare. (CMS Chief Actuary Richard S. Foster, Memo, 4/22/10)
  13. $569.2 Billion:  Amount of taxes in ObamaCare. (Letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, 3/18/10)
  14. $10 Billion: The cost of the Teachers Union bailout. (The Washington Post, 10/8/10)
  15. $54 Million: Amount of Stimulus funds spent on a Napa Valley wine train. (ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” 2/2/10)
  16. 41.8 Million: Number of Americans receiving Food Stamps. (Bloomberg, 10/5/10)
  17. 40 Million: Number of businesses that will be burdened by the onerous IRS 1099 requirement. (The Washington Post, 8/29/10)
  18. $18 Million: Cost of the Stimulus website Recovery.org. (ABC News’ The Note“ Blog, 7/8/09)
  19. 14.8 Million: Unemployed Americans. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  20. 9.5 Million: Americans working part-time for economic reasons. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  21. 6.1 Million: Americans unemployed for longer than 27 weeks. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  22. 5.4 Million: Number of properties receiving foreclosure filings since Obama took office. (RealtyTrac, Accessed 10/19/10)
  23. 3.8 Million: Increase in the number of people who were in poverty in 2009 over 2008. (NPR, 9/16/10)
  24. 2.6 Million: Jobs lost since Stimulus was passed. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  25. 2.3 Million: Private sector jobs lost since Stimulus was passed. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  26. 1.2 Million: Americans who have given up looking for work. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  27. 964,900: Number of jobs that could be lost per year under Cap Crap ‘n Trade. (Tax Foundation, 3/09)
  28. 89,000: Number of Stimulus checks sent to dead and incarcerated people. (The Wall Street Journal’s Washington Wire” Blog, 10/7/10)
  29. $43,000: Your share of the National Debt. (“The Daily History Of The Debt Results,” TreasuryDirect, Accessed 10/19/10; U.S. Census Bureau, www.census.gov, Accessed 10/19/10)
  30. 23,000: Number of jobs Obama knew his drilling moratorium could kill. (The Wall Street Journal, 8/21/10)
  31. 22,000: Number of seniors In MA, NH And ME who will lose their Medicare Advantage Plans as a result of ObamaCare. (The Boston Globe, 9/28/10)
  32. $1,761: Cost To American families per year as a result of Cap ‘n Trade. (CBS News’ “Taking Liberties” Blog, 9/16/09)
  33. $1,540: The amount of the tax hike the average Middle Class family will see as a result of the Dems’ tax hike. (Tax Foundation, 8/1/10)
  34. 1099: The IRS Form every business will have to file after doing $600 worth of business with a vendor. (CNNMoney.com, 5/5/10)
  35. 100: Percent Of GDP that our National Debt will rise to in 2012. (Office Of Management And Budget, 7/23/10)
  36. 83: Number of fundraisers Obama has attended as pf 10/12/10. (CBS News’ Mark Knoller’s Twitter Feed, Accessed 10/19/10; CBS News, 8/16/10)
  37. 80: Percent of small businesses that could be forced to change health care plans as a result of ObamaCare. (The Washington Post, 6/15/10)
  38. 79: Percent of Stimulus funds for wind, solar and geothermal energy projects that went to Foreign firms. (Investigating Reporting Workshop/ABC’s World News Tonight/Watchdog Institute, 2/8/10)
  39. 68: Percent of Americans who think the Stimulus was a waste. (The Hill’s “Briefing Room” Blog, 10/5/10)
  40. 60: Percent of young voters who are “more cynical about politics” now than when Obama was elected. (The Huffington Post, 9/15/10)
  41. 58: Percent of Ohioans who say Obama’s frequent visits to the state make no difference in how they’ll vote. (The Hill, 10/19/10)
  42. 53: Rounds of golf played by Obama since taking office. (CBS News’ Mark Knoller’s Twitter Feed, Accessed 10/19/10; CBS News’ Mark Knoller’s Twitter Feed, Accessed 10/19/10 )
  43. 49: Visits to the White House by Andy Stern, former president of SEIU. (WhiteHouse.gov, Accessed 10/19/10)
  44. 37: Number of town halls Obama has done since taking office. (CBS News’ Mark Knoller’s Twitter Feed, Accessed 10/19/10)
  45. 33.3: Average number of weeks it takes an unemployed worker to find a job. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  46. 30: Number of waivers granted to businesses so that the White House could avoid admitting ObamaCare was making people lose their health care plans. (USA Today, 10/7/10)
  47. 27: Percent increase in premiums by some insurers in Colorado as a result of ObamaCare. (The Denver Post, 9/20/10)
  48. 25: DVDs given to the UK’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown on his first visit. (The Daily Mail (UK), 3/9/10)
  49. 20: Straight months that food stamp participation has hit a record. (Bloomberg, 10/5/10)
  50. 17.1: Percent Of Americans either unemployed or working part-time for economic reasons. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10/8/1)
  51. 14: Straight months with unemployment above 9.5%. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, 10/8/10)
  52. 9: Number of vacations taken by Obama. (CBS News, 8/19/10)
  53. 4: Out of 10 Likely Voters who once backed Obama but are less supportive or no longer support Obama.  (Bloomberg, 10/12/10)
  54. 2: Place in the line of succession that Joe Biden believes he is in (Hint: he’s #1). (CBS News’ Mark Knoller’s Twitter Feed, Accessed 10/19/10)
  55. 2: Visits to the White House by actor George Clooney. (E! Online, 10/12/10)
  56. 1: Number of White House investigations. (CBS News, 10/6/10)
  57. 1: Teacher Union bailout to motivate Teacher Unions for midterm elections. (The Washington Post, 10/8/10)
  58. 0: Other people Obama will have left to blame for his failures in 2012. (The American People, 11/6/12)

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H/t my friend Bob W.!
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “58 Reasons to Vote on November 2

  1. Good grief some of these numbers are down right scary…

     
  2. Couldn’t forward this one fast enough!

     
  3. Once more, like Nixon said in ’68: “This time, vote like your whole world depended on it.” (In 2012, too.)

     

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