U.S. to Hit Debt Limit Before Election Day

That means that Pharaoh Obama added over $6 Trillion to the US debt… it’s not his fault of course he inherited it! Stop hating him he is just trying to solve the out of control spending by piling on more debt! Don’t you understand you silly peons?

What you better understand is this guy got away with this for almost 4 years. He gets re-elected and what he will do in a second term will define shock and awe. I don’t care who gets the GOP nomination to go up against him. Whomever it is better have 100% support of the nation kicking Obama out. As bad as all the candidates are NONE OF THEM are anywhere close to the Marxist in Chief!


Washington Examiner

The United States Department of Treasury will reach the statutory limit it is allowed to borrow money before election day, according to a new study by Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio., former director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget.

“Following the contentious debt ceiling last August, President Obama promised that he would take action to address the country’s fiscal crisis. He has failed to do that,” Portman said. “In fact, his new budget increases spending and projects that Washington will be hitting the debt ceiling again in mid-October – burning through a $2.1 trillion debt limit increase in just over 14 months.”

Portman’s office notes that according to Obama’s budget, total debt subject to the statutory debt will reach limit will reach $16.334 trillion by September 30, 2012. This is just $60 billion below the 16,394,000,000 debt limit. Since the federal government is adding to the national debt at a rate of $132 billion a month, the debt ceiling is on schedule to be reached by October 15, 2012.

” This is an unfortunate but clear signal to the American people that Washington is spending too much, borrowing too much, and putting our nation’s fiscal stability at risk,” Portman said.

Earlier today, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner admitted that the debt limit would be reached this year. But he sounded confident it would be later than October 15th. “We do not expect to hit the debt limit until quite late in the year, significantly after the end of the fiscal year [Sept. 30] but before the end of the calendar year,” Geithner told the Senate Budget Committee.