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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Republican Killing Budget?

Ace is of the opinion that this budget could kill the Republican majority in the house, and make us lose seats in the Senate:


But be that as it may, someone has to lead the country, and as our Non-President just wants to fucking golf and talk about how awesome he is, I guess it's up to the people the Constitution doesn't nominate as national leaders to step into the Great Void of Incompetence and Cowardice left by the Bammy-Bam and do something for America.
Okay, here it is, everyone: We've long had a dispute about whether it's better to do the right thing, no matter how unpopular it is or fudge on doing the right thing to stay electable.
We're about to face this dilemma because the GOP is going forward with a plan to reform entitlement spending.


(emphasis in the original)

Me, I think that Ace is partially correct.  Obama is a gutless punk cocksucker who refuses to lead because that would be hard and he might get some schmutz on his neatly pressed and creased jeans by doing so.  And he's hoping that the Republicans get dirty cutting his budget.  But the fact that the gutless punk cocksucker pushed this fraud of a budget on the country can work in our favor:


Does this proposal look like the work of a man who’s drawn a lesson from his failures, economic and / or political? A president who truly means it when he says, “it's absolutely essential to live within our means” -- ?
The White House is in the hands of a socialist. His policy preferences are unchanged from 2009. He refuses to acknowledge that the nation has repudiated his direction. Either he thinks himself so much smarter than the rest of us that he cannot possibly be wrong, or his ego is too large to allow even the harshest chastisement from reality to deflect him from his chosen course. Or both.


I tend to think that both Mr. Porretto and Ace are correct:  Obama is a gutless punk cocksucker with a massive ego who is a hard-core dedicated Marxist and who refuses to admit when he's wrong.  There, that was easy, wasn't it?

In all seriousness, the budget that the House of Representatives comes up with is going to go a long way in determining whether or not this country stays on it's feet for the next decade.  Folks, Obama's budget is perfectly rational when you understand that it's all part of the Cloward-Piven strategy to topple America.  But yes, spending has to be slashed, the adults will have to do the slashing, and I expect that the Democrat Gutless Punk Cocksucker Party will use that to their advantage in 2012.  But this isn't a repeat of 1994, no matter how many people try to make that comparison.  This time we actually have people who are willing to say "Look folks, we do not have the money.  Period."  And judging by how many states now have Republicans or Conservatives running their state governments, I think that America is probably in a better position to listen to that message than they were in 1995 or 96.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now if those in place will just do their damn job!