His proposed budget calls for cutting the Public Safety Officers' Death Benefits Program from $110 million to $60 million. Yet, the Justice Department tells us that no one will lose benefits. Yet alleged experts from the New York Psychiatric Institute are using a $400,000-plus grant from the National Institutes of Health's National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism to help fine-tune HIV prevention programs -- in Argentina .
Yes, folks, NIH are paying researchers to tour six bars in Buenos Aires to find out why gay men engage in risky sexual behavior while drunk. I challenge you to defend this, and, keep in mind that Mr. Soetoro-Obama did not eliminate, let alone cut, funding for studying pig odors or his coconspirators at ACORN.
Now, the defender of the free world's current budget proposal eliminates funding to extend the border fence along the U.S.-Mexico border. President George W. Bush watched over construction and planning of 670 miles of pedestrian fencing and vehicle barriers along the border.
However, the border is approximately 1,950 miles. But luckily for those who break the law, President Obama's budget cuts do leave some funds for roads and lights along the border so that no one gets hurt (and eventually sues and wins) while sneaking into America to do literally God only knows what.
Let's hope and pray that it is not too late. If this is a brief recap of his first 100 days, the next 1,360 should be quite a hoot.