Obama Budget

February 14, 2011 by staff 

Obama Budget, (AP) – Crumbling sidewalks downtown, air filter, dirty water to drink, the more the debt of some college students and higher heating costs for low-income families could be part of the legacy project budget of President Barack Obama. One way or another, his efforts to save money in hundreds of programs that touch all Americans.

No rewriting of the family budget is desirable at this point. Obama’s plan is little more than a wish list, some to be revamped by Congress if it still goes nowhere. (Wish List last year did not.)

This shows that Obama wants to go, how it proposes to get there and, to some extent, what spending cuts and increases, it is ready to fight in a divided Congress, where Republicans want to cut much more.

So if you’re an older worker training in search of government support for a new job, for example, you might get a little nervous. Obama wants to reduce by half of a program that helps senior’s career training or community service.

Obama’s proposal the budget 2012 is not all burns.

While the budget of 3.7 trillion and contain deep cuts for a variety of federal programs and agencies, it also contains billions of dollars in new funds for research and development, infrastructure, vocational training and clean energy programs.

Retaining competitive advantage of America has been a theme Obama hit hard during his State of the Union address, and continued with the budget proposal Monday.

“Our goal can not be short term,” the president said in the introduction of the budget. “We also must look ahead to what will create economic growth and jobs in the coming years so that we can maintain the American dream alive. ”

Here’s a sample of what Obama wants to fund:

As expected, Obama is bad reviews of Republicans with his $ 3.7 trillion budget request for fiscal 2012.

Speaker of the House John Boehner said the new president’s plan has too much spending, too many taxes and borrows too much money.

“The president’s budget is not to win the future, the future spending,” Boehner said. Playing on Obama “win the future” phrase from his State of the Union address.

House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., “He said proposed budget estimates Obama would tax increases over spending cuts. “You can not borrow and spend and tax on the path to prosperity,” said Ryan.

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