Obama signs temporary spending bill
October 5th, 2011
01:38 AM ET
3 years ago

Obama signs temporary spending bill

Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama signed legislation into law early Wednesday that will keep the federal government funded through November 18, the White House said.

The measure, called the "Continuing Resolution Act, 2012," ends the latest threat of a government shutdown.

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  1. Ed 1

    Spend money you don't have that's what you are really good at.

    So you want to put a 5% surtax on the people who provide jobs are you just trying to get all of our business to move overseas.

    I know if I was a millionaire I sure wouldn't what any of my business here including myself.
    You and your party are doing a great job in raising taxes and creating -0- jobs.

    When will you people up there ever lean Government can't create jobs they can't even run their own business much less someone else.

    I pray every day you are only a one term president this Country can't afford four more years of you no leader, spending money you don't have, and in general a sorry excuse for a President.

    October 5, 2011 09:12 am at 9:12 am |