Symptom of Lollipop King Obama’s Narcissistic Personality Disorder–Calls His Budget Approach Balanced And Republican Budget “Social Darwinism”–Adds $5 Trillion To National Debt In Four Years–Obama Needs Psychotherapy–American People Need Another President–Videos

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Millie Small – My Boy Lollipop (1964) HQ

Chordettes – Lollipop

Lion King – Lollipop

Barack Obama is the Lollipop King…

We Need A REVOLUTION…

David Walker – America at a Crossroads

The Debt Clock

http://www.usdebtclock.org/

Obama calls GOP budget plan “social Darwinism”

Obama Calls GOP Budget Plan “Prescription for Decline”

Obama in 2006 Accused GOP of Engaging in Social Darwinism

Nick Gillespie Talks Paul Ryan/GOP 2013 Budget on Varney & Co.

Paul Ryan: President’s Budget Ensures Government Can’t Keep Its Promises

Is Ryan’s budget social Darwinism?

Credibility Deficit: President’s False Claims Evaporate

President Obama Attacks Ryan Budget In Speech But…

Obama’s Budget Fantasy

The President’s Budget in 62 Seconds

House Budget Trailer: America Deserves A Better Path

Tim Geithner to Paul Ryan: “We don’t have a definitive solution… We just don’t like yours”

S-1 Fy 2013 Path to Prosperity

http://budget.house.gov/UploadedFiles/summary_tables.pdf

Fiscal Year 2013 Historical Tables Budget of the U.S. Government

http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/budget/fy2013/assets/hist.pdf

The Path to Prosperity Budget: Your Country. Your Future. Your Choice.

Democratic Party Budget Proposals

S-1 FY2013 President’s Budget

(Nominal Dollars in Billions)

Fiscal Year Outlays Revenues Deficits Debt Held By Public
2012 3,796 2,469 -1,327 11,578
2013 3,803 2,902 -901 12,637
2014 3,883 3,215 -668 13,445
2015 4,060 3,450 -610 14,198
2016 4,329 3,680 -649 14,980
2017 4,532 3,919 -612 15,713
2018 4,728 4,153 -575 16,404
2019 5,004 4,379 -626 17,137
2020 5,262 4,604 -658 17,897
2021 5,537 4,857 -681 18,678
2022 5,820 5,151 -704 19,486
2012-2022 46,995 40,274 -6,664

http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/budget/fy2013/assets/tables.pdf

Republican Party Budget Proposals

S-1 FY2013 Path to Prosperity

(Nominal Dollars in Billions)

Fiscal Year Outlays Revenues Deficits Debt Held By Public
2012 3,624 2,440 -1,180 11,355
2013 3,530 2,734 -797 12,261
2014 3,476 2,980 -496 12,861
2015 3,536 3,232 -304 13,260
2016 3,690 3,449 -241 13,597
2017 3,824 3,642 -182 13,874
2018 3,977 3,811 -166 14,126
2019 4,199 3,986 -213 14,417
2020 4,409 4,184 -225 14,717
2021 4,605 4,388 -217 15,005
2022 4,888 4,601 -287 15,364
2013-2021 40,135 37,008 -3,127

http://budget.house.gov/UploadedFiles/summary_tables.pdf

Tea Party Budget Proposals

S-1 FY2013 Tea Party’s Balanced/Surplus Budget(Nominal Dollars in Billions)
Fiscal Year Outlays Revenues Surpluses Debt Held By Public
2013 2,300 2,300 0 11,300
2014 2,400 2,400 0 11,300
2015 2,500 2,500 0 11,300
2016 2,600 2,600 0 11,300
2017 2,700 2,700 0 11,300
2018 2,800 2,900 100 11,200
2019 2,900 3,100 200 11,000
2020 3,000 3,300 300 10,700
2021 3,100 3,500 400 10,300
2022 3,200 3,700 500 9,800
2013-2022 27,500 29,000 1,500 n.a.

Tea Party Budget Based Upon:

The Pronk Plan for A Peace and Prosperity Economy–Videos

Economic Collapse | Depression 2012 | Get self employed

Is Washington Bankrupting America?

The Rahn Curve and the Growth-Maximizing Level of Government

The American Form of Government

It’s Simple to Balance The Budget Without Higher Taxes

Ron Paul: Paul Ryan’s budget doesn’t cut anything of substance – Cavuto, Fox Business

Ron Paul July 19th – If the debt is the problem, how do you solve it with more debt?

Nick Gillespie Talks Paul Ryan/GOP 2013 Budget on Varney & Co.

The Laura Ingraham Show – Sen. Jim Demint: Ryan budget a “modest proposal”

Health On The Hill: Analyzing Ryan’s New Budget Proposal

Paul Ryan’s GOP balanced budget plan is a disaster that would create $4.3

Immoral Move: Faith Leaders Condemn Rep. Paul Ryan’s ‘Cruel Radical Budget’

MSM: Ryan Budget, War Trumps Diplomacy

The President’s Budget in 62 Seconds

Paul Ryan: President’s Budget is a Stunning Dereliction of Duty

Paul Ryan on Meet the Press: The Serious Consequences of the President’s Unserious Budget

Paul Ryan: President’s Budget Doesn’t Even Pretend To Fix Our Debt Crisis

Dan Mitchell Discussing Dishonest Budget Numbers with John Stossel

Taxes and Spending: Daniel J. Mitchell on the Libertarian State of the Union

Daniel J. Mitchell On Balancing The Budget

Dan Mitchell Exposing DC’s Fake Spending-Cut Scam with Judge Napolitano

“Cut, Cap and Balance,” the Debt Ceiling and Federal Spending

Underwhelming Spending Cuts from Congress and Obama

The Crash – The Coming Financial Collapse of America

Obama: Narcissist’s Reaction to Failure and Defeat

Narcissist Loves his Disorder and Narcissistic Personality

Narcissistic Personality Disorder Prevalence and Comorbidity

narcissistic personality disorder

Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissistic Personality Disorder: A Portrait

Background Articles and Videos

Pastor Clenard Childress: The Negro Project

You can not justify Genocide

Social Darwinism

NARCISSISM 101.wmv

Narcissist’s Cycles of Ups and Downs

Issues in Narcissistic Supply

Definition of Narcissistic Personality Order

By Mayo Clinic staff

“…Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration. Those with narcissistic personality disorder believe that they’re superior to others and have little regard for other people’s feelings. But behind this mask of ultra-confidence lies a fragile self-esteem, vulnerable to the slightest criticism.

Narcissistic personality disorder is one of several types of personality disorders. Personality disorders are conditions in which people have traits that cause them to feel and behave in socially distressing ways, limiting their ability to function in relationships and in other areas of their life, such as work or school.

Narcissistic personality disorder treatment is centered around psychotherapy. …”

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/narcissistic-personality-disorder/DS00652

Narcissistic Personality Disorder

“…What Are the Symptoms of Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

In many cases, people with narcissistic personality disorder:

    • Are self-centered and boastful
    • Seek constant attention and admiration
    • Consider themselves better than others
    • Exaggerate their talents and achievements
    • Believe that they are entitled to special treatment
    • Are easily hurt but may not show it
    • Set unrealistic goals
    • May take advantage of others to achieve their goals

Other common traits of narcissistic personality disorder include the following:

    • Preoccupation with fantasies that focus on unlimited success, power, intelligence, beauty, or love
    • Belief that he or she is “special” and unique, and can only be understood by other special people
    • Expectation that others will automatically go along with what he or she wants
    • Inability to recognize or identify with the feelings, needs, and viewpoints of others
    • Envy of others or a belief that others are envious of him or her
    • Hypersensitivity to insults (real or imagined), criticism, or defeat, possibly reacting with rage, shame and humiliation
    • Arrogant behavior and/or attitude …”
http://www.medicinenet.com/narcissistic_personality_disorder/article.htm

National Debt has increased more under Obama than under Bush

By Mark Knoller

“…(CBS News) The National Debt has now increased more during President Obama’s three years and two months in office than it did during 8 years of the George W. Bush presidency.

The Debt rose $4.899 trillion during the two terms of the Bush presidency. It has now gone up $4.939 trillion since President Obama took office.

The latest posting from the Bureau of Public Debt at the Treasury Department shows the National Debt now stands at $15.566 trillion. It was $10.626 trillion on President Bush’s last day in office, which coincided with President Obama’s first day.

The National Debt also now exceeds 100% of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product, the total value of goods and services.

Mr. Obama has been quick to blame his predecessor for the soaring Debt, saying Mr. Bush paid for two wars and a Medicare prescription drug program with borrowed funds.

The federal budget sent to Congress last month by Mr. Obama, projects the National Debt will continue to rise as far as the eye can see. The budget shows the Debt hitting $16.3 trillion in 2012, $17.5 trillion in 2013 and $25.9 trillion in 2022.

Federal budget records show the National Debt once topped 121% of GDP at the end of World War II. The Debt that year, 1946, was, by today’s standards, a mere $270 billion dollars. …”

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57400369-503544/national-debt-has-increased-more-under-obama-than-under-bush/

 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE
                                                  STAR - TREASURY FINANCIAL DATABASE
             TABLE 1.  SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS AND THE DEFICIT/SURPLUS BY MONTH OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT (IN MILLIONS)

                                                        ACCOUNTING DATE:  02/12

   PERIOD                                                                     RECEIPTS                OUTLAYS    DEFICIT/SURPLUS (-)
+  ____________________________________________________________  _____________________  _____________________  _____________________
   PRIOR YEAR

     OCTOBER                                                                   145,951                286,384                140,432
     NOVEMBER                                                                  148,970                299,364                150,394
     DECEMBER                                                                  236,875                315,009                 78,134
     JANUARY                                                                   226,550                276,346                 49,796
     FEBRUARY                                                                  110,656                333,163                222,507
     MARCH                                                                     150,894                339,048                188,154
     APRIL                                                                     289,543                329,929                 40,387
     MAY                                                                       174,936                232,577                 57,641
     JUNE                                                                      249,658                292,738                 43,080
     JULY                                                                      159,063                288,439                129,376
     AUGUST                                                                    169,246                303,388                134,143
     SEPTEMBER                                                                 240,153                302,911                 62,758

       YEAR-TO-DATE                                                          2,302,495              3,599,297              1,296,803

   CURRENT YEAR

     OCTOBER                                                                   163,072                261,539                 98,466
     NOVEMBER                                                                  152,402                289,704                137,302
     DECEMBER                                                                  239,963                325,930                 85,967
     JANUARY                                                                   234,319                261,731                 27,412
     FEBRUARY                                                                  103,413                335,096                231,683

       YEAR-TO-DATE                                                            893,169              1,473,999                580,830
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-
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 DATE: 2012-03-08 TIME: 18.01.52                                                                                         PAGE   1(1)
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                                                  STAR - TREASURY FINANCIAL DATABASE
                                  TABLE 2.  BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILLIONS)

                                                        ACCOUNTING DATE:  02/12

                                                                           CURRENT               ACTUAL              BUDGET EST.
  CLASSIFICATION                                                            MONTH              FY TO DATE              FULL FY
+ _________________________________________________________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________
  TOTAL ON-BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS:

  TOTAL RECEIPTS                                                                  103,413               893,169             2,468,599
    ON-BUDGET  RECEIPTS                                                            57,954               672,851             1,896,459
    OFF-BUDGET RECEIPTS                                                            45,459               220,318               572,140
  ;CTOTAL OUTLAYS                                                                 335,096             1,473,999             3,795,547
    ON-BUDGET  OUTLAYS                                                            281,062             1,280,643             3,290,381
    OFF-BUDGET OUTLAYS                                                             54,034               193,357               505,166
  ;CTOTAL SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIT (-)                                             -231,683              -580,830            -1,326,948
    ON-BUDGET  SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIT (-)                                        -223,108              -607,791            -1,393,922
    OFF-BUDGET SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIT (-)                                          -8,575                26,962                66,974
  ;CTOTAL ON-BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET FINANCING                                      231,683               580,830             1,326,948

  MEANS OF FINANCING:

    BORROWING FROM THE PUBLIC                                                     150,351               601,040             1,449,877
    REDUCTION OF OPERATING CASH, INCREASE (-)                                      96,053                -4,453                -1,910
    BY OTHER MEANS                                                                -14,722               -15,758              -121,018
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http://www.fms.treas.gov/mts/mts0212.txt

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