As opposed to his boss's unhypocritical spendaholism, no doubt.
Meanwhile, the POTUS, as always, has his priorities straight, much to the O-besotted media's intense delight:
You should know that President Barack Obama, who's presided over the worst national non-recovery economic recovery since before John McCain was even born, is positively delighted, even thrilled, over the contract settlement between the National Football League and its referees.
Really! It is great, isn't it? Listen over here.
Speaking on behalf of the perpetually campaigning Obama administration today, the first thing Jay Carney had to announce was that his father was from Norfolk, Virginia. But the second important exciting thing that the president's principal principal press secretary had to deliver to the world, including the 23 million Americans under- or unemployed was:
"The President is very pleased that the two sides have come together to resolve their differences and ensure that going forward, when we watch our favorite teams play in the NFL, we can focus on the players and the game rather than on the officiating. It’s a great day for America."
"A great day for America!"
The media, of course, ate it up because here's the leader of the free world commenting on one of the hottest water-cooler items since Madonna's threat to expose herself.