No, I am not confused, because; whomever; sits in the Oval Office has the power of veto. I never stated, that; Obama could appropriate money, however; he can veto spending.<quoted text>confused, you are truely confused about money apropriate for goverment spending as only congress can apropriate funding for goverment spending. And a president can not apropriate money of any amount for spending as it still is the congress's job to do so. Please tell me which part or amendmend allows a president the right to apropiate money for spending? Have anice day confused, as I am. God Bless
So, my question to you Pappy. Does the President have the power of veto? Furthermore; can he veto spending bills, yes; he most certainly can. He can veto, the whole bill or line item veto.
However; this Administration can't even complete a budget to put in front of the House and Senate, much less; agree on a budget for approval? Therefore; there is nothing to veto. So, they're consistently behind the ball and passing emergency, stop - gap legislation to keep essential, government functions, funded. You think they're really doing, something, too. Meanwhile; money is being bilked and siphoned from each bill and distributed to legislative constituents, which; only drive the National Debt, even further into the red.
So, like a good Liberal, you keep thinking, I am the dumbass in the room. Meanwhile, go stand in a Welfare Line or a Public Health Department and take a good look at our future, here in the good ole, U.S.A.
Hope you like what you see?