I actually loathe the electoral college
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote. ~BF
Or - gasp!- maybe more people voted in the presidential election! Maybe some people changed what party they voted for! Maybe the people that voted for Obama don't know enough about politics to realize when their state elections are (probably the case).
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I guess it's good when it's the dems.
2001 Bush deficit $420 billion
2002 Bush deficit $555 billion
2003 Bush deficit $595 billion
2004 Bush deficit $554 billion
2005 Bush deficit $574 billion
2006 Bush deficit $501 billion
2007 Bush deficit $1,020 billion
2008 Bush deficit $1,885 billion
2009 Obama deficit $1,652 billion
2010 Obama deficit $1,229 billion
2011 Obama deficit $1,225 billion
2012 Obama deficit $1,089 billion
2013 Obama should have a deficit of $900 billion
Under Bush's 2 terms of president the federal debt went up $4.899 T
Under Obama's 1 term the federal debt has gone up $5.874 T
I'm not sure where you got the $1.2 trillion from but the rest of your post is factual. No budget in 3 years, debt is actually now almost at $16.5 trillion
Obama's done a number on the economy, things are starting to look up in regards to our spending but we are still so far off it's ridiculous...I'd like to see us reach a surplus in the near future but I don't expect that to happen...we will likely be around $20T in debt when he leaves office
I work in the DoD and we currently have drastic budget cuts, a hiring freeze, we are offering voluntary separation and job cuts currently. I have been told it's going to get worse in the next couple years as well. I was informed my job is safe thankfully but know of a few people who were not retained out of their internships.
Those ****ty democraps have never gerrymandered a district. Selective indignation.
That is bull****, and everyone here should know it.
Read more here: http://www.federalnewsradio.com/?nid=394&sid=3211069The Defense Department plans to boost the ranks of cybersecurity professionals, increasing cyber staff at U.S. Cyber Command by more than five times to some 4,900 employees, according to a recent report in The Washington Post.
The staff-up involves three tiers of cyber pros: Those to protect critical infrastructure, protection forces designed to safeguard DoD's own networks and "combat mission forces," which will provide offensive cyber capabilities.
But DoD's plan is daunting in more ways than one. The job qualifications and skills needed for the kinds of positions the Pentagon wants are rare and often require years of training and hands-on experience. And even if DoD looks outside the confines of the Pentagon to fill these roles, it's not entirely clear where the new cyber pros would come from.
None of this is new been duscuseed and tried in areas by both parties in the past.
Vote early vote often D's use other means in addition.