Monday, July 20, 2009

Democrats Spending, Legislating, Partying Like It's 1999

It's almost as if the Democrats know their time in absolute power is about to come to an ugly end.
Their foaming at the mouth spending orgy (see below) is but one example of how out of control this crazy train to destruction called the Democrat(ic) party currently is. Comparing a brutal psychopathic madman with nukes to "unruly children" shows just how far out of touch with reality these people are.

It's going to be 4 years and out for Obama and it is looking more and more like Democrats could lose their Senate and/or House majorities as soon as next year... and they are acting like drunk teenagers with stolen credit cards while the parents are out of the country... but the adults may come home early and the gig is about to be up.

Which brings us to Your Daily DRUDGE:

SPENDING SCARED: WHITE HOUSE PUTS OFF RELEASE OF BUDGET UPDATE...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $2,531,600 FOR 'HAM, WATER ADDED, COOKED, FROZEN, SLICED, 2-LB'...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $1,191,200 FOR '2 POUND FROZEN HAM SLICED'...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $351,807 FOR 'REPLACE AND UPGRADE THE DUMBWAITER'...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $1,562,568 FOR 'MOZZARELLA CHEESE'...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $5,708,260 FOR 'PROCESS CHEESE'...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $16,784,272 FOR 'CANNED PORK'...

RECOVERY.GOV // AWARDED: $1,444,100 FOR 'REPAIR DOOR BLDG 5112'...



Clinton likens North Korea to unruly children...

VIDEO: Congressman's town hall erupts over Obama birth certificate...


On the Bright Side... only six months into his first (and only) term of office, Republicans have already closed the huge gap since last November and are in a virtual dead heat and well on their way to defeating Obama in 2012 thereby fulfilling his Jimmy Carter legacy. If Democrats lose their senate and house majorities in 2010 Obama will basically be a lame-duck anyway.

RASMUSSEN 2012 POLL

Obama 45% Romney 45%
Obama 48% Palin 42%

10 Comments:

Blogger Otter said...

I agree Red. That is a great analogy. The one about the kids spending maxing out the credit card while their parents are away.

Well it is very soon that the parents are going to come home and lay down the law!

On another note, I just finished writing a speech about health care reform. If you are interested in reading it, email me at steven.r.long@comcast.net and I will send you a copy. Any input on it you can give me would be most appreciated.

2:17 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

I will help you any way possible, I am honored that you would ask.

2:57 PM  
Blogger Otter said...

well, you may find this hard to believe but i actually do respect your opinion in these kind of things.

don't get too excited though, i asked Dave for his help too. :)

3:13 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

I don't take that compliment lightly I assure you, but I do take lightly your asking dave for his help... lol just kidding.

Dave is mad at me right now 'cause I said he was more partisan than he realizes or admits. It's okay though, I don't want to upset him so I just won't comment over there. Not a big deal.

You've got much bigger fish to fry right now.

3:44 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

Interesting piece on the Republican congress official positions on medicare... LINK as well as Democrat position on medicare... so you can compare and see where you're at for reference in your speech etc.

3:52 PM  
Blogger Otter said...

great. thanks for the link. i am kind of torn on this one after having re-read that speech.

kill medicare? damn. what was i thinking?!?

you are right though, i think for the time being i need to stay out of the inter-blog squabbles. i have bigger things to worry about.

5:07 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

lmao... too funny.

uhh "roger that" on the bigger things.

You'll work out your personal platform... I'll be glad to throw questions at you and play both sides... theoretically speaking.

5:14 PM  
Blogger Otter said...

I read that link that you sent me. I never even thought of doing something like that. It actually does sound like a good idea.

In my opinion, it would slow the growth of Medicare although:

1. i still think we need to inrease the age of eligibility
2. need to figure out a different way to fund it other than payroll taxes.

5:16 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

You don't have to claim to have all the answers to all the problems... but you can claim to be in search of those answers and at least understand the problems.

5:16 PM  
Blogger Otter said...

I agree. I can't have all of the answers.

But I also don't one to be another one of those political candidates that has all of the reasons why something doesn't work but has no solutions.

5:17 PM  

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