Since I have taken office, unemployment is a staggering 9.2 percent and the number of jobless workers for 6 months or more has soared to levels not seen since the Great Depression.
Under my leadership, gas prices are up over 100 percent. This in a country with an abundance of natural resources.
Before my inauguration the federal debt was $10.6 trillion. In two years, we have managed to increase it to $14.2 trillion and climbing; the interest payments alone are approximately $280 billion a year. Every single American citizen will have to chip in roughly $46,000 to clear up this debt.
I spent roughly $787 billion on the stimulus, claimed to have created or saved 2 million jobs, but at a cost of roughly $393,500 per job.
I'm spending $4.1 billion a day, the greatest any president has ever spent.
While the American public is concerned about raising the debt ceiling and my threat of not sending out Social Security payments, I have raised over $80 million for my re-election campaign on your dime, and also planned my birthday party with tickets ranging about $35,000 each.
But the best for last — my own bipartisan debt commission has concluded my budget savings with Obamacare is all phantom income and the cost is unsustainable. Actual costs range somewhere between $1.5 trillion to $2 trillion over the first 10 years alone.
I have only just begun. Let me have another four years, and you will think this is a walk in the park.
Fellow readers, this is the resume of the current administration. We can't afford this president.