WATCH Crazy Senator Claim Obama “Cut The Deficit In Half”

October 2, 2013 @

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) claimed on Friday that the federal budget deficit has “been cut in half” under Obama.

Budget figures provided by the White House show that the deficit nearly tripled from 2008 to 2009, when Obama took office, and has remained above $1 trillion since then, though 2013 projections are slightly lower.

The country has seen higher budget deficits during every year of Obama’s presidency than it did during any of his predecessor’s eight years in office.

8 Comments → “WATCH Crazy Senator Claim Obama “Cut The Deficit In Half””


  1. Rick

    5 years ago

    Who votes for these people?


  2. mesaman

    5 years ago

    Boxer? The dog named after the senator or the senator named after the dog? Poor decrepit thing, she still trouble deciding whether it’s more fun to chase cars or talk like a babbling idiot.


  3. Duane

    5 years ago

    They walk among us! What planet is this one from?


  4. tweetybird

    5 years ago

    California you should be soooo embarrassed!!


  5. MSUEH

    5 years ago

    “Yes, ma’am” (not “Senator!) boxer” makes us blondes look bad.


  6. MadAsAHatter

    5 years ago

    Precisely what planet did she fall off of? Are we not 17 trillion dollars in debt? (I don’t have that many zeros on my keyboard. LOL!) She’s the biggest laugh next to Sheila Jackson Lee and Nancy Pelosi!


  7. mesaman

    5 years ago

    Yah, Boxer, we understand. This often happens when the cerebral cortex restricts itself to communicating with the anus and no other organ in the body. Trephination and lobectomy has proven successful if the sufferer has some mental facilities still operational but that leaves you outside the box. Sorry. Maybe you can find solace at the Happy Dreams Care Center and Mausoleum.


  8. Doug Rodrigues

    5 years ago

    Boxer is playing the same name games as what Bill Clinton did to George Bush A budget deficit simply means money that someone wanted to spend. For example, if your bank account was overdrawn by $10,000, but you wanted to spend another $10,000 on next years budget, and only spent $5,000, you’re still overdrawn by $15,000. If you were Bill Clinton, you would say that you left George Bush a $5,000 surplus, but not mentioning that it was a “budget” surplus.


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