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What the president wants is an incomplete it's become a standard answer to the question.
And this administration is running up a lot of income plates we're gonna take a look at that tonight a lot of work just simply isn't getting done.
Yesterday for example the Department of Agriculture.
Let's talk food stamps -- to -- a key deadline just to report to congress as it -- why it's been partnering with the Mexican government to promote.
-- -- It's a simple thing -- -- -- food stamps hit another record high this month.
Point seven million up 46.
I mean that's that's pretty good.
The reports a lot of bad things there's just nineteen million by the way a decade ago nineteen million.
Not every administration has promoted -- quite as heavily as listen I think we can be.
Comfortable about this statement.
The most transparent administration ever is also now.
The quarterly reports by the way four of them behind schedule on it's mandatory -- -- reports on the effects of -- stimulus.
Those reports more than a year behind one of the last reports by the way did.
Did find that the stimulus.
Have editors saved about one point eight million jobs one point eight million jobs.
Not been considerable that's pretty that's pretty good you'd think that this administration be proud of it.
It also however found that those jobs are created at a cost stuff.
And this is extraordinary.
-- But job.
Job why not just send these people -- check.
Interest -- -- the cost per job figure has been revised upward in each and every.
Stimulus report that the administration is issue.
That may have something to do with the reason that they quit issuing those reports what do you think.
While other reports that the administration refuses to little over include.
Remember back in May -- attorney general Eric Holder.
congressional deadline to hand over documents that have been subpoenaed.
About operation fast and furious.
The president invoked executive privilege and there was the matter of congress than having to -- older.
The attorney general becoming the first attorney general in history.
To be held in contempt of congress and we'll let you know how that works out but so far.
A lot of deadlines have been -- and a lot has been.
Stonewall if you will.
And the budget.
The budget President Obama this year -- 2013 budget that's the deadline for a third year in a row.
Of course the two times that congress did vote on the president's budget request both times it was voted down.
-- he's he he has a little trouble with.
And of course there's Dodd-Frank this is the ones that Wall Street all excited and much of much of the country because Dodd-Frank is going to help business in and restore sanity and getting.
It is considered to be a disaster.
Dodd-Frank the president loves to -- how he's reining in Wall Street but his administration is -- are you ready.
Now this is one I'd love.
And here in the debate about -- How he could -- 60%.
Of the rule making deadlines if you care about regulations -- she's actually does don't you think.
That you would do a little better than that by the -- always -- third of Dodd-Frank.
Has been -- And by the -- written by regulators -- by congress.
By the regulators.
There air nothing.
The administration's decision to choose which laws football which to ignore.
Is plainly a manifestation of the current that flows from the White House through the entire executive branch.
It's not pretty to watch.
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