Friday, May 14, 2010

Change Can Wait, WE Need To Hold Our Majority So We Can Do Nothing Conclusive For The Next Two Years

As an excellent example of the screwed-up priorities of the Taxed-Enough-Already crowd, they protest when President Obama bails out GM, they protest when President Obama tries to provide health care to millions of fellow American citizens with out any, but when the Senate approves billions more in funding for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, not a peep. Even while the Pentagon cut pay for soldiers in Iraq, making this nothing more than a bailout for the Military-Industrial Complex, nothing from the television watching soldier sniffers.
This is also a prime example of the lack of difference between the Republican and Democratic Parties. The Democrats, who gained a majority by exploiting the antiwar sentiment in 2006, and again in 2008, voted for funding a war that Gen. McChrystal has termed a draw. So dumping more money into this sinkhole would be a waste of tax-payer money, right?
Yes, but, being an election year, rather than stand on principal, the Democrats instead choose to let their decisions be guided by their desire to hold onto their cushy jobs where they can bet against the stock market as they pass legislation to deregulate it and probably invest heavily into defense contractors, all with the salary they made from, us, the tax payer.


maybe said...

like ur writing's the real deal. just keep on writing...

Tom Harper said...

Your title sums it up. I want MY party to be controlling the government and doing nothing, instead of the OTHER party.

libhom said...

But, but, but...The Republicrats and the Democrats are so different from each other.

Besides, we have to defend the state from Oceania.

Lew Scannon said...

maybe I will.....
In some cases. doing nothing is better than some of the things that either party has done.
Yes, the Republicants and the Democraps are widely varied in the way they lie to us to feel better about voting for them.