Do we need a constitutional amendment to require Congress to start each session with an episode of Sesame Street so they'll never forget how to count?
First off, I can't tell anymore what is news and what is editorial, but it looks like Reuters is paying some screwloose named Alister Bull to write blog posts and packaging it as news.
If you're interested in yet another example of how conservatives have been "deluded" into thinking mainstream media reporters have devolved into nothing more than propaganda monkeys then check out Obama casts Republicans as party of the rich.
If you're out of barf bags (mine have pictures of Nancy Pelosi on them, I don't call it barfing I call it "giving her brains"...but I digress) and don't want to wait until you get some more here are the main points of the "article."
1. Republicans are the party of the rich.
2. Republicans are blocking the giving of more money to the jobless using that tired excuse that there literally isn't any.
3. Alister's last name has to actually be Crap, because its just too obvious that Bull is the middle one.
Remember when invoking class warfare was a rhetorical tool in the liberal utility belt, and not a signal of desperation? I never thought I'd long for the days when Democrat desperation wasn't so dangerous...
Seriously though, is cowardice now a programmed part of Democrat DNA?
Let me rephrase that...When did cowardice become part of Democrat DNA? Wait, let me rephrase that again...
Is the concept of evolution being pushed on the world by the left meant to hide the fact they're genetically flawed?
They'll say anything but the truth and do anything but the RIGHT thing when they're hiding behind other peoples' money. There isn't a single valid argument to be made for why the Democrats should take what money Americans have left so they can extend "benefits" (like not having to look for work) for people who already don't have to work for almost 2 whole years already, much less while the budget is over a trillion in the red!
I sympathize with the jobless, in this recession I spent about a year in employment limbo myself. I don't think anyone disagrees with the idea of helping those who need it. However at some point we should all feel civic responsibility for being accountable to our public debt! Why are "progressives" or liberals...or how about this, these "human Deepwater Horizons," so adamant about doing this stuff still?
It's unsustainable! Do you know how I know this to be true?!? Because this crap wouldn't even fly in Monopoly! I don't remember the rule where you can stop bankruptcy by calling the banker of being Republican.
I need to stop ranting...because now I'm just babbling a bunch of greedy happy talk...right?