Sunday, June 13, 2010
HE'S ON CRACK... HE HAS TO BE ON CRACK...
I can’t make heads or tails of this President. If you want to see a man who is truly a snake oil salesman able to talk out of both sides of his mouth, never listening to anyone else’s ideas or alternative solution, then look no farther than The White House and the man sitting in the big chair.
In this artical in The Washington Post this morning, Obama is truly talking pie-in-the-sky politics. He is asking for “emergency funds”…. AGAIN!!! What in God’s name is he doing? There are no funds for this. Washington is broke, the American taxpayer is broke, and congress has laws that say you can’t ask for any more money unless you provide funding by either cuts in spending or new capital. This request even asks for a cut to doctors who work on Medicare patients be delayed. Did you know the government can tell a doctor what he can make now?
So you need money so you can delay cuts so you can pay for police and pay fire fighters etc. so these people won’t be put on the unemployment dole so Obama’s unemployment numbers won’t look so bad so he will not fall to historic lows in the polls so he won’t be called the worst president ever because that would be racist because he is black because you can’t call this president anything other than wise and competent because because because because…. Because of the wonderful things he does.
"While some people say you have to spend and some people say you have to cut, the president wants to talk about both cuts and investing," Rahm Emanuel said.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), called the letter full of "contradictions."
"He's calling on Congress to pass a jobless bill that will add about $80 billion to the deficit, but then calls for fiscal discipline; he says these measures need to be targeted and temporary, but then calls for extending programs passed in the stimulus more than a year ago.” Republicans have offered an alternative package that proposes to cover the cost of additional jobless benefits -- but not aid to state governments -- by cutting federal spending elsewhere. In contrast to the Democratic bill, the GOP measure would reduce deficits by nearly $55 billion over the next decade, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. But we can’t wisten to those wascally wepubwickans.
Jesus, Mary and Joseph… My mind can’t even get past the first paragraph of this letter he wrote. My God what have we done… This is "Craziness on Crack." He can’t stop and won’t stop trying to prove we can spend our way out of this hole until we are all destitute.