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And He’s STILL Campaigning

Republicans to Democrats: ‘We’ve done our part’ in fiscal crisis negotiations

House Republican leaders said Wednesday they’ve done their job in negotiations to solve the looming fiscal crisis, while President Obama is returning to the campaign trail to sell tax hikes that studies show won’t have much, if any, effect on solving the problem.

Psst!  HEY!!!  OBAMA!!!  The election is over.  Your droolers stole it for ya.  You can stop campaigning now, and pretend like you have a clue!  Well, dang!  I forgot!  You don’t HAVE ONE!

“We have done our part by putting revenue on the table,” said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.

Cantor and fellow House leaders have agreed to close tax loopholes to generate revenue to reduce the $1.1 trillion annual deficit. But they argue the president has yet to say publicly what cuts he will make to the federal budget — specifically to costly entitlement programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security — to reduce the deficit.

They also say the president’s plan to extend tax cuts only to middle-class Americans will not generate enough revenue to significantly reduce the deficit.

Now, I don’t mean to be tacky, but it’s not the middle class that creates the jobs.  How about you dipwads up there in that cesspool we call the nation’s capital stop spending OUR money.  You wanna spend?  USE YOUR OWN MONEY!  We don’t have anymore!  Y’all have royally screwed us, and not even a kiss or an offer of dinner!  WE, The People are pretty fed up with all of y’all’s shenanigans, and if ya don’t watch out, ya might find yourselves riding on a rail!

Sperling told House Democrats that failing to extend Bush-era tax cuts to the top 2 percent of income earners could trickle down to hit the middle class, sources tell Fox News.

It never ceases to amaze me just how utterly stupid Dims truly are! Honestly, I don’t a one of them could pass a third grade math test! To put it simply, if you tax ‘the rich’, which, according to those fools, is anyone who makes more than $250K a year, you will be killing more small businesses. When you kill business, you don’t have jobs. When there are no jobs, you don’t have taxpayers. Is it really that freakin’ complicated for them to grasp?

On Wednesday, the president will ramp up his public pitch amid a backdrop of hand-picked, middle-class voters at the White House.

Hand picked, eh? I’d like to pick…. Never mind. In other words, he’s gonna have the SEIU and the like surrounding him, giving him adoring glances, praising his name. (GAG!)  Here’s a thought… how about you get out here and talk to REAL PEOPLE, instead of your droolers?  Naw.  You couldn’t do that, because then you’d find out…you are NOT ‘the messiah’.

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  1. TheBunker. 28 November 2012, 5:17 pm

    This is all political theater, both sides want our money and refuse to cut spending. It’s like watching professional wrestling in $2ooo suits. In the end they point fingers at each other and claim “He’s the bad guy!” Of course, the citizens lose and are the chumps for spending the money on the ticket in the first place. It’s designed to enrage the base supporters of each party to take their eye off the real bad actors and their lack of leadership. This, “He said, she said” in politics is despicable. The media are like the barkers at a circus side show. I’d rather spend my money on seeing a bearded lady than these hair plugged, botoxed over tanned and over medicated freaks. Why can’t they all just go away!

  2. olbroad. 30 November 2012, 9:43 am

    This is one play I wish would shut down!  It’s a massive flop!