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How about a bipartisan bill to extend the Bush tax cuts?

You mean to tell me the dems are fine with letting the taxes increase on all taxpayers, if they don’t get their way, but are not fine with letting taxes remain the same on all taxpayers?

I woke up this morning thinking about the expiration of the Bush tax cuts.

As I undersstand it, the republicans think they should remain in effect with no one getting a tax increase.  And I think they are right. They should not get another dime!

But the democrats are obsessed with raising taxes for “millionnaires and billionnaires” or all those making more than $250,000 per year, or maybe it’s a million, who knows.   They have been washing our brains for quite a while now as to how this is absolutely fine, in fact, so “fair.”  The amount that would be collected would run the government maybe a week or so.  But nevermind that.

And if the republicans put forth a bill which extends the tax cuts, the democrats stand to block it and thereby cause taxes to go up on EVERYBODY.  This is their threat.

Then they will turn around and blame the republicans for raising taxes on those under $250,000.

Well, wait just a minute, not so fast.

You mean to tell me the dems are fine with letting the taxes increase on all tax payers, but are not fine with letting taxes remain the same on all tax payers?  And they think they will divert blame for that (with the help of their trusty media)?

I say NO they are not to get away with that.  I am sick of their mind games.  Why would the republicans and the public at large stand for this?

If the dems are willing to let all the tax cuts expire, then why would they not be willing to extend all the tax cuts?   I think it would be a nice bipartisan compromise for them to all sign onto a bill that will just leave things AS THEY ARE.

Republicans, please do not let them get you over a barrel with that threat that “it will be your fault for all the taxes going up.”  No, no, no, we know what they are trying to pull.  Stand your ground and make THEM have to answer for it.

Surely they are not foolish enough to allow all taxes to go up just to get their way.  Surely not.

Posted:  07.30.12 A. D. @ 5:44 a.m.

P. S.:  Oh, and by the way, Time magazine, you liberal rag you, we know who the real wimp is!!  Oops, Newsweek, same difference.  They are really too, too funny.

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Debt crisis looms again

August 2, 2011, Obama signed the law allowing the federal debt ceiling be raised from $14.3 trillion dollars to $16.7 trillion dollars.

This is less than a month later, August 30, 2011, and the debt is increasing so fast you can’t even write it down.

Won’t be long before it reaches $16 trillion and they will want to raise it again.  That’s guaranteed.

According the CNN, this was supposed to extend to 2013 beyond the 2012 election.

Here’s a recap of how that went down in summer of 2011:http://www.npr.org/2011/08/02/138916516/senate-takes-up-debt-limit-bill-passage-likely

Well, in less than a year, that $2 trillion has been borrowed and spent and we are now up against the ceiling once more.

The national debt now exceeds GDP.

The debt is over $50,000 per citizen.

The obama has said he will not tolerate another fight to reduce spending that the republicans waged in 2011.  I think he wants to “tax the rich.”  Where did I get that idea?

Some calculations have been made that if you take every dime from every person and family with adjusted gross income of over a million dollars, it would run the government for about 100 days.

The obama submitted a budget that was so irresponsible it was just voted down in the congress with 0 votes – that’s Zero votes – because not even one democrat was willing to attach their name to it.

The Senate has not submitted a budget in over 3 years, which is required by law every year.

The republicn House of Representatives has submitted to the Senate 2 or three budget plans to cut spending and balance the budget, yet,

“Democrats controlling the Senate rejected for the second year in a row Wednesday a budget plan passed by House Republicans.”

That’s Wednesday, 5.16.12.

And further, you will hear the democrats and the president whining on about how it is republicans who are the problem.

And the corrupt media will serve as their mouthpiece, repeating whatever they are told to say.

http://www.usdebtclock.org/

Posted: 05.18.12 @ 3:16 p.m.

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Carney’s psycho projection: calls Ryan and supporters aggressively ignorant with diminished capacity to boot

Wow.  Is he getting hysterical or what?

From the Washington Examiner:

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney didn’t pull any punches in his attack on Paul Ryan’s budget, as he declared that supporters of the budget — and by extension, Ryan himself — are “aggressively and deliberately ignorant” about the need for green energy and other programs slated for cuts.

“You have to be aggressively and deliberately ignorant of the world economy not to know and understand that clean energy technologies are going to play a huge role in the 21st century,” Carney said after decrying the clean energy spending cuts in Ryan’s plan. “You have to have severely diminished capacity to understand what drives economic growth in industrialized countries in this century if you do not understand that education is the key that unlocks the door to prosperity,” he added.

Carney concluded that “the budget proposed by Chairman Ryan and supported overwhelmingly already by Republicans suggests that those problems” — aggressive ignorance and diminished comprehension — “exist in the minds of the supporters of that plan.”

And his boss tomorrow is going to Copper Mountain Solar in Nevada (battleground state) to show us just how successful his idiotic green energy is.  Plant has 5 full time employees, supposedly provides energy for 17,000 homes.  In Nevada?  NO, in California.  So, give obama and his bunch a brain and they’ll take it out and play with it.

We are heading over a cliff and the obama administration is whistling Dixie.  http://www.usdebtclock.org/   

At Copper Mountain Solar where obama will speak tomorrow

Now don’t you know it takes a REAL mind to waste money on this.  Just mark me down as aggressively ignorant.  That’ll be just fine.

Posted:  03.21.12@ 4:10 p.m.

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The beast and the harlot: Four Revelations About Obamacare

Four Inconvenient Truths about Healthcare Reform

  1. Some people won’t get to keep the coverage they like
  2. Costs are not going down
  3. It’s a fantasy that it will pay for itself
  4. “The more people know about it, the more they will like it” is not happening.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0312/74119.html

Beast and the Harlot Lyrics 

This shining city built of gold,
Afar cry from innocence,
There’s more than meets the eye round here,
Look to the waters of the deep.
A city of evil.
There sat a seven-headed beast,
Ten horns raised from his head.
Symbolic woman sits on his throne,
But hatred strips her and leaves her naked.
It’s the Beast and the Harlot.
She’s a dwelling place for demons.
She’s a cage for every unclean spirit, every filthy bird
And makes us drink the poisoned wine to fornicating with our kings.
Fallen now is Babylon the Great.
The city dressed in jewels and gold,
Fine linen, myrrh and pearls.
Her plagues will come all at once
As her mourners watch her burn.
Destroyed in an hour.
Merchants and captains of the world,
Sailors, navigators too.
Will weep and mourn this loss
With her sins piled to the sky,
It’s the Beast and the Harlot.
She’s a dwelling place for demons.
She’s a cage for every unclean spirit, every filthy bird
And makes us drink the poisoned wine to fornicating with our kings.
Fallen now is Babylon the Great.
The day has come for all us sinners.
If you’re not a servant, you’ll be struck to the ground.
Flee the burning, greedy city.
Lookin’ back on her to see there’s nothing around.
I don’t believe in fairytales and no one wants to go to hell.
You’ve made the wrong decision and it’s easy to see.
Now if you wanna serve above or be a king below with us,
You’re welcome to the city where your future is set forever.
She’s a dwelling place for demons.
She’s a cage for every unclean spirit, every filthy bird
And makes us drink the poisoned wine to fornicating with our kings.
Fallen now is Babylon the Great.
Songwriters: Baker, Zachary James; Haner, Brian Elwin; Sanders, Matthew Charles; Sullivan, James Owen

Posted:  03.17.12 A.D. @ 10:52 a.m.  Updated:  03.17.12 A.D. @ 4:53 p.m.

(based on the revelation from Jesus Christ around 95 A.D. )

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Obama incoherent in Maryland

First, let me just say:  Drill, baby, Drill.  Drill, Drill, Drill…..

From the New York Times:

There are a few places, Mr. Obama noted with a smile, where he has not authorized drilling: the National Mall; the middle of Chesapeake Bay; or underneath the houses of the people in his audience. When politicians tell you, “Drill, Baby, Drill,” the president said to the crowd, answer, “We’re doing that. Tell me something new.”

The youthful audience responded with chants of “Yes, we can” and “Four more years,” though two people collapsed during Mr. Obama’s remarks. The president reminded people to eat, if they knew they were going to be standing for a long time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLPZjBmPOSw

From what I could tell, in Maryland yesterday, the president was largely incoherent and barely covering up his anger with what I suppose he thought was humor.  And as the NYT noted:  “The youthful audience responded with” cheers.   He is going to younger and younger audiences I guess because they are easily led and chant appropriately, not being old enough to have a job, support a family, or probably not even to buy their own gas.

He has a script going on for these faintings.  He says the same thing every time.  I think he uses the faintings to detract from any sign of displeasure from the crowd.  I have seen him do this before, not that I think there was any dissent among the child audience yesterday.

Posted:  03.16.12 A.D. @ 7:49 a.m.

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Gas $5.39 within walking distance of the white house

Mar 13, 2012 • By MARK HEMINGWAY (Weekly Standard)

Posted:  03.14.12 @ 6:08 a.m.

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She PAC fights the liberal war on conservative women

Misogynist Bill Maher has given $1 million to the Obama Super PAC, which he refuses to give back or give to charity, while Bill Burton, head of the Obama Super PAC, admits Maher’s words have been vulgar and inappropriate, (twat, boobs, tits, bimbo, cunt, slut, just to name a few) still defends him, saying it is not the same, there is no similarity (to Limbaugh):

The lengths to which the liberal will go to justify themselves, the number of times they will split one hair to say that what they do or have done is “not the same.”  Notice, there is Always some little difference that makes their actions A-okay.  This is so blatant and persistent as to strip them of every bit of credibility, every bit of moral or intellectual honesty.

Burton says:  “Well, the notion that there is an equivalence between what a comedian has said during the course of his career, and what the de facto leader of the Republican Party [Not.  He is a talk show host and entertainer, much like Bill Maher, but not nearly as mean and vile] said to sexually degrade a woman who engaged in a political debate of our time is crazy. There’s no similarity about what Rush Limbaugh said, lying about the argument that Miss Fluke was making, a law student at Georgetown, and what a comedian has said in the past.”

Let’s see, we are talking about the same or worse words, all of which are demeaning of women in general or usually Sarah Palin specifically, but somehow they are different.  They do this every time something comes up really, but this is particularly glaring.

Any honest, thinking person can see this.

The difference between the conservative and the liberal is that we try to be consistent, admitting when we are wrong.  The liberal can’t admit they are wrong.  They are always trying to explain their actions are not quite the same as the “lesser” people.  Now, I ask you, do we want to be ruled by these arrogant bastards who do not follow any set of principles that all are judged by, but the rules are for others, never for themselves?

See She PAC video at Michelle Malkin.com:

http://michellemalkin.com/2012/03/08/new-video-shepac-strikes-back-at-misogynist-bill-maher/

A double standard is the application of different sets of principles for similar situations, or to different people in the same situation. A double standard may take the form of an instance in which certain concepts (often, for example, a word, phrase, social norm, or rule) are perceived as acceptable to be applied by one group of people, but are considered unacceptable—taboo—when applied by another group.

And this just is not fair.  I thought demos were all about fairness.

There is a war on women all right, conservative women.

Posted:  03.09.12 @12:15 p.m.

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