March 7, 2013
The Obama Administration requests to make a permanent $65 billion pledge to the International Monetary Fund, which has been arguing that Americans should pay higher taxes in order to close our massive budget deficit.
But his legacy lives on.
The most recent continuing resolution, which funds Obamacare, was introduced on March 4 — a Sunday — and just two days later, it was approved, despite a House Republican pledge that "We will give all Representatives and citizens at least three days to read the bill before a vote."
"Meat inspectors have to go, but fine wines are still on the USDA menu."