Always unable to produce a budget
I can hear now the stifled laughter as these people listen to President Obama's inexpert comments on a subject he is totally unable to grasp. I liken this meeting to a meeting I would have with neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson trying to explain to me the intricacies of brain surgery: completely over my head.
The administration hasn't produced a single budget for running the $3 trillion federal government for the last four years. The total capitalization of these five banks is about $0.5 trillion. Yet these financial organizations have prepared budgets; their directors require it. Even now, the administration has let another year go by without a budget relying on the political blame game to excuse yet another inability to meet their constitutional responsibility.
The only explanation for not producing a budget is that it hides the administration's real priorities and plans for the country. The continuing resolutions funds one emergency program after another without a well-argued strategy.