Yes, you are correct. You can have a plan without a budget... in a crack house where the plan is to get more crack, period, and in a house supported by the 53 percent of the people paying all the goddam bills for the government.<quoted text>
You can have a plan without having a budget.
And you are lying again. Why are you such a liar? Obama has submitted a budget every year.
And really, golfing once every two weeks. OMG. Call out the National Guard.
Did Bush have budgets every year. So you are saying Bush planned to double the national debt, create the worse recession in 80 years, have a near financial meltdown & have a housing collapse.
Wow, that was quite the plan.
And really, when you run wars off budget, are you saying Bush had absolutely no plan in Iraq & Afghanistan?
But, if you're a system like, oh, say the average household, or any business, or any government that has things like short- and long-term debt and programs that vary in intensity and funding levels, if you don't have a budget you don't have a goddam plan.
In the case of the Democrats, you'll never convince me they don't have a plan. But, they don't want to expose that plan to the public in a budget.
Obama is so far out of touch and useless to this plan other than being a cardboard cutout commercial for the Democrats, he didn't even know this. That's why he submitted the only two budgets in the four years he should have submitted a budget.
And, that is why he didn't get a single goddam vote for his budgets combined. He was the only goddam Democrat in government that didn't know the plan.
Yup, the Democrats have a plan, that's for sure. And, they don't want the American people to know what that plan is, that's another obvious thing.
As a result of the Democrats not wanting to expose their plan to the public, the Democrats have increased our deficit ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED PERCENT and more than trippled our debt to the 16 trillion dollars it is today.
And, this trend will continue until out government returns to being normal and having a plan for the future.
I suppose Obama needs some "flexibility" on this, too, after the election.