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Obama By The Numbers

- October 9, 2012

Obama By The Numbers

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$46.2 Trillion:

Total Federal Spending Proposed By Obama's FY2013 Budget Through 2022. (OMB, 7/27/12)

$25.4 Trillion:

Projected Federal Debt In 2022 Due To Obama's Binge Spending. (OMB, 7/27/12)

$16.2 Trillion:

Current National Debt ($ 16,161,879,857,156 ). (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 10/8/12)

$9.2 Trillion:

Amount Obama's FY2013 Budget Would Add To The Debt Through FY2022. (OMB, 7/27/12)

$6.4 Trillion:

Cumulative Deficits Over FY2013-2022. (OMB, 7/27/12)

$5.5 Trillion:

Added To The National Debt Since Obama Took Office. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 10/8/12)

$5.3 Trillion:

Total Interest Payments On The National Debt Due To Obama's Proposed Budget, FY2013-2022. (OMB, 7/27/12)

$2.6 Trillion:

True Cost Of ObamaCare Once Fully Implemented. (Office Of The Speaker Of The U.S. House Of Representatives, Report, 1/6/11)

$1.9 Trillion:

Higher Taxes In Obama's Budget. (OMB, 7/27/12)

$1.75 Trillion:

Annual Cost Of Federal Regulations. (Small Business Administration, September 2010)

$1.416 Trillion:

Federal Budget Deficit For FY2009 - Highest In U.S. History. (CBO, 10/7/10)

$1.298 Trillion:

Federal Budget Deficit For FY2011 - Second Highest In U.S. History. (CBO, 10/7/11)

$1.294 Trillion:

Federal Budget Deficit For FY2010 - Third Highest In U.S. History. (CBO, 10/7/10)

$1.18 Trillion:

Total Cost Of Obama's First Stimulus With Interest. (CBO, 1/31/12, CBO, 1/27/09)

$1.15 Trillion:

American Debt Held By China. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 10/8/12)

$1.090 Trillion:

Federal Budget Deficit For FY2012 - Fourth Highest In U.S. History. (CBO, 10/5/12)

$833 Billion:

Price Tag Of Obama's First Failed Stimulus. (CBO , 8/23/12)

$820 Billion:

Amount Of Taxes In ObamaCare. (CBO, 3/13/12;JCT, 6/15/12; CBO, 9/19/12)

$716 Billion:

Amount Of Medicare Cuts In ObamaCare. (Letter From Congressional Budget Office To Speaker John Boehner , 7/24/12)

$447 Billion:

Price Tag Of Obama's Second Stimulus. (The White House, 9/8/11)

$347.1 Billion:

Debt Service Costs For Borrowing To Pay For Obama's First Stimulus. (CBO, 1/27/09)

$200 Billion:

Forecasted Decrease In Economic Output Due To Obama's Proposed Tax Hikes. ( Ernst & Young LLP , 7/12)

$187 Billion:

Taxpayer Funds For Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac. (ProPublica, Accessed 10/8/12)

$175 Billion:

Increased Spending In Obama's Second Stimulus. (CBO, 10/5/11)

$97.1 Billion:

Amount Of Regulatory Burden For 2012, At The Current Pace. (American Action Forum, 10/5/12)

$37.2 Billion:

Outstanding Government Investment In Bailouts Of Auto Industry. (Treasury Department , 9/10/12)

$25.5 Billion:

Amount Government Expects To Lose On Bailouts Of Auto Industry. (Treasury Department , 9/10/12)

$24 Billion:

Stimulus Funds Sent To Tax Cheats. (Government Accountability Office, April 2011)

$1.3 Billion:

Amount Taxpayers Will Not Recover From Bailout Of Chrysler. (FactCheck.org, 6/6/11)

$535 Million:

Stimulus Loan To The Failed Solar Company Solyndra. (The Oakland Tribune, 11/4/10)

122.7 Million:

Amount Of Paperwork Burden Hours Imposed By Federal Government Regulations Since January 1, 2012. (American Action Forum, 10/5/12)

46.7 Million:

Record Number Of Americans Receiving Food Stamps. (Department Of Agriculture, 9/28/12)

23.2 Million:

Americans Unemployed, Underemployed Or Have Given Up Looking For Work. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

$18 Million:

Cost Of The Stimulus Website Recovery.org. (ABC News' The Note, 7/8/09)

15.8 Million:

Adult Children Who Lived With Their Parents In 2010. (U.S. Census Bureau, 6/12)

15.5 Million:

Adults Aged 25-34 That Lived With Their Parents In 2010. (U.S. Census Bureau, 6/12)

12.1 Million:

Unemployed Americans. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

8.6 Million:

Americans Working Part-Time For Economic Reasons. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

$6.7 Million:

Cost Per A Job From Obama's 1705 Stimulus Green Energy Loan Program. (Testimony Of Veronique De Rugy, 6/19/12)

5.5 Million:

As Of July 2012, Number Of Mortgages Either 30 Days Delinquent Or In Foreclosure. (Lender Processing Services, 9/24/12)

1.65 Million:

Jobs Forecasted To Be Lost Due To New And Pending EPA Regulations. (NERA Economic Consulting, September 2011)

1.1 Million:

Jobless Seniors Who Have Been Unemployed For More Than Six Months. (Charles A. Jeszeck Testimony, 5/15/12)

1,035,000:

Construction Jobs Lost Since Obama Took Office. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

802,000:

Discouraged Workers That Have Stopped Looking For Work. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

710,000:

Jobs That Would Be Lost Due To Obama's Proposed Tax Hikes. (Ernst & Young LLP , 7/12)

610,000:

Manufacturing Jobs Lost Since Obama Took Office. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

283,000:

Jobs Lost By Women Since Obama Took Office. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

89,000:

The Number Of Stimulus Checks Sent To Dead Or Incarcerated People. ( The Wall Street Journal , 10/7/10)

62,900:

Shortage Of Doctors By 2015 Due To ObamaCare. (The New York Times, 7/28/12)

61,000:

Jobs Lost Since Obama Took Office. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

$52,347:

Your Share Of The National Debt. (U.S. Treasury Department Accessed 10/8/12; U.S. Census Bureau, Accessed 10/8/12)

45,696:

Pages Of New Rules Added To The Federal Register During Obama's First Two Years In Office. ( Competitive Enterprise Institute , 2011)

23,000:

The Number Of Jobs Obama Knew His Drilling Moratorium Would Kill. (The Wall Street Journal , 8/21/10)

$17,927:

Increase In Your Share Of The National Debt Since Obama Took Office. (U.S. Treasury Department Accessed 10/8/12; U.S. Census Bureau, Accessed 10/8/12)

16,000:

Manufacturing Jobs Lost In September. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

$15,745:

Average Cost Of Family Health Care Premiums, A $3,065 Increase Since Obama Took Office. (The Kaiser Family Foundation, 2012)

$15,500:

Annual Cost Per Household From Federal Regulations. (Small Business Administration, September 2010)

$10,585:

Cost Per Employee That Federal Regulations Place On Small Businesses. (Small Business Administration, September 2010)

$4,520:

Decline In Real Median Household Income Since Obama Took Office. ("Household Income Trends, August 2012,"Sentier Research , 9/25/12)

3,700:

Number Of Tax Delinquents Who Received Stimulus Funds. (Government Accountability Office, April 2011)

2060:

Year Federal Spending Will Reach 50 Percent Of GDP. (CBO, 6/22/11)

2037:

Year That Federal Debt Will Reach 200 Percent Of GDP. (CBO, 6/22/11)

2036:

Year That The Social Security Trust Fund Will Be Exhausted. (The Trustees Of Social Security & Medicare , 4/23/12)

2024:

Year That Medicare's Trust Fund Will Be Exhausted. (The Trustees Of Social Security & Medicare , 4/23/12)

1,722:

Number Of Waivers Granted To Unions And Businesses So That ObamaCare Would Not Outlaw Their Health Care Plans. (HHS.gov, Accessed 10/8/12)

1,603:

Number Of Regulations That Would Impact Small Businesses Proposed By Obama Administration In First Two Years In Office. (Competitive Enterprise Institute , 2011)

1,260:

Days Since Harry Reid's Senate Has Passed A Budget Resolution. (S. Con. Res. 13, Roll Call 173 ; 4/29/09)

$858:

The Current Monthly Price Of A Moderate-Cost Food Plan For A Family Of Four With Young Children, Up From $819.40 Since Obama Became President. (USDA , 2/09; USDA, 9/12)

638:

Number Of Bundlers Who Have Brought In At Least $142.8 Million Of Obama's Total Haul . (Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 10/8/12)

408:

Number Of Regulations Proposed By Obama During First Two Years That Have An Economic Impact Of Over $100 Million. (Competitive Enterprise Institute , 2011)

106%:

Increase In The Average Price Per Gallon Of Gas Since Obama Took Office. (U.S. Energy And Information Administration, Accessed 10/8/12)

80%:

Small Businesses That Could Be Forced To Change Health Care Plans As A Result Of ObamaCare. (NFIB, 7/11)

73.5%:

Federal Debt Held By The Public As Share Of GDP By End Of FY2012. (OMB, 7/27/12)

63%:

Voters That Consider The Country Either Worse Off Or The Same Under Obama. (NBC/Wall Street Journal Poll , 1000 RV, 3.1% MoE, 9/26-30/12)

59%:

U.S. Metropolitan Areas That Reported Higher Foreclosure Activity In The First Half Of 2012. (RealtyTrac, 7/26/12)

54.3%:

The Share Of Young Adults 18-24 Currently Employed, The "Lowest Since The Government Began Collecting These Data In 1948." (Pew Research Center, 2/9/12)

53%:

Voters That Believe The Country Is On The Wrong Track. (NBC/Wall Street Journal Poll , 1000 RV, 3.1% MoE, 9/26-30/12)

51%:

Voters That Disapprove Of Obama's Handling Of The Economy. (NBC/Wall Street Journal Poll , 1000 RV, 3.1% MoE, 9/26-30/12)

49.1%:

"Percent Of The Population That Lives In A Household Where At Least One Member Received Some Type Of Government Benefit In The First Quarter Of 2011." (The Wall Street Journal , 5/26/12)

39.8:

Average Number Of Weeks That It Takes To Find A Job. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

29.4%:

Unemployed Workers Out Of Work For Over A Year. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

27%:

Student Loan Borrowers That Have Past Due Balances. (Federal Reserve Bank Of New York , 3/5/12)

25%:

Increase In The Average Cost Of In-State Tuition At A Four Year College Since President Obama Took Office. (College Board, 2011)

24.2%:

Increase In The Average Cost Of Family Health Care Premiums Under Obama. (The Kaiser Family Foundation, 2012)

17%:

Cut To Medicare Benefits When Trust Fund Is Exhausted. (House Ways & Means Committee Hearing, 6/22/11)

14.7%:

Real (U-6) Unemployment Rate. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/8/12)

14%:

Seniors That Believe They Can Retire Comfortably. (Reuters, 5/15/12)

7.8%:

Unemployment Rate. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 10/3/12)

4:

Record Number Of Years Of +$1 Trillion Deficits On Obama's Watch. (The Hill, 9/10/12)

0:

Other People Obama Will Have Left To Blame For The Failures Of His Economic Policies In 2012. (The American People, 11/6/12)


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