First, the CBO does not estimate that the Affordable Health Care Act will increase the deficit in ANY report I can find. In fact, they have REPEATEDLY stated that they estimate the law will REDUCE budget deficits. "They estimated that the law would, on net, reduce budget deficits." and "On net, CBO and JCT estimate, repealing the ACA would increase federal budget deficits by $109 billion over the 2013–2022 period." - Estimates for the Insurance Coverage Provisions of the Affordable Care Act Updated for the Recent Supreme Court Decision
- Congressional Budget Office
Second, yes, the recession did end in June, 2009. You do realize that is an economic term and doesn't mean "all's well"? That simply means that's when things stopped getting worse. It took years of poor choices to get the economy into the second worse crisis in US history. It would be foolish to think it isn't going to take years to dig our way back out.
Third, your unemployment numbers might have been accurate, right up until you threw in the, "Those are just the ones still looking for work." line. The real number of unemployed looking for work is 12.1 million. BLS
Where ever you got your number, it might be the number of unemployed, underemployed and those that have simply given up looking but since you didn't provide a source and I haven't been able to find any source that provides those numbers it's pretty hard to check. Either way, your statement is false.
Fourth, nice try on the budget numbers. It has been repeatedly proven that Obama was handed his first year deficit. If you aren't going to blame Bush for the deficit he handed Obama because it was passed by Congress then you can't blame Obama for it either. The fact is, Bush signed the bills that made the estimated deficit $1.2 trillion before Obama ever took office. Obama signed the recovery act, which added $200 billion, but he isn't on the hook for what happened before he took office. If anything, it shows the deficits haven't been out of line with what he was given to begin with... http://www.factcheck.org/2010/02/a-texas-size-whopper/
Fifth, you want to attack Obama for the investment in green energy. That's fine, but you might want to look at some of the real numbers. Last year US oil production was at its highest level since 2003 and that is despite the reduction in production due to the BP spill in the gulf. US EIA
Also, the investment in "green" energy has a 2.6% failure rate so far (below what was expected when the bill was written). Washington Post
Let's compare that with a private business that invests to see how they did, let's say, Bain Capital under Romney's watch... A study of the information available to the public showed they had a 30% failure rate. Wall Street Journal
You also fail to mention ANY of the success stories. Companies like Tesla, etc. who are actually paying their loans back early. Or that many of the companies sold the projects they were granted loans on before going bankrupt (which means someone else now owns that loan). Also, the stimulus money going to China is a bit of an exaggeration. Sure, money went to foreign companies, for projects in the US. Chinese based companies received 0.1% of all of the wind investments and thousands of jobs were created right here in the USA. http://www.factcheck.org/2010/10/stimulus-jobs-in-china/
In addition, you imply the Keystone Pipeline has been stopped. In reality, Obama actually approved the southern portion of the pipeline and ordered agencies to expedite the permit process. In addition, the company behind the project expects the northern portion to be approved in early 2013 (no matter who the president is). The truth is they were asked to move the pipeline around an environmentally sensitive area. http://www.factcheck.org/2012/03/more-pipeline-piffle-and-an-alaskan-absurdity/
Finally, the cabinet thing is pretty questionable too... Fact checking organizations have looked into this and found a significant number of Obama's cabinet members have business experience. http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2011/sep/01/michele-bachmann/bachmann-says-obama-has-virtually-no-one-his-cabin/ http://www.politifact.com/georgia/statements/2012/oct/08/chain-email/private-sector-experience-short-supply-obama-admin/