Obama’s Budget Abdication Breaks 92 Year Tradition

Mike Flynn
Big Government
12 Mar 2013




Barack Obama certainly enjoys the trappings and perks of the Office of President. The actual job of being President, however, doesn’t seem to interest him. His desire to avoid being tied to any specifics of any proposal have caused him to do what no modern President has done. He is the first President since 1921 to abdicate the task of drafting a federal budget to Congress.

Congress established the modern budget process in 1921. Under the terms of the law, the President is required to submit a budget for the federal government no later than the first Monday in February. Obama has only met this statutory deadline once during his Presidency, a record worse than any modern President. Obama has missed the deadline 4 times. Prior to him, all the Presidents back to 1921 together missed the deadline twice…

…We were told Obama would be an historic President…


The article complete article is at Big Government.


Update: Obama delays budget until April, slams Ryan’s plan


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