ask a question, get a bs talking point.
ask again, get a bs talking point.
this chick couldn’t answer a yes/no question.
Thanks for Marsha Tennessee – you’re ____ing brilliant.
“Whatâ€™s also important, but not evident, on this chart is that Obamaâ€™s major expenses were temporary â€” the stimulus is over now â€” while Bushâ€™s were, effectively, recurring. The Bush tax cuts didnâ€™t just lower revenue for 10 years. Itâ€™s clear now that they lowered it indefinitely, which means this chart is understating their true cost. Similarly, the Medicare drug benefit is costing money on perpetuity, not just for two or three years. And Boehner, Ryan and others voted for these laws and, in some cases, helped to craft and pass them.”
The Top Ten Things the World Will Miss About the Republican Party
As Oklahomans Die, Inhofe Mocks Killer Heat Wave
Your senator is James Inhofe.
what the fuck is wrong with you idiots?
That is all.
Some apt comparisons and a nice shot at christianity.
ALEC is not a lobby; it is not a front group. It is much more powerful than that. Through ALEC, behind closed doors, corporations hand state legislators the changes to the law they desire that directly benefit their bottom line.
Along with legislators, corporations have membership in ALEC. Corporations sit on all nine ALEC task forces and vote with legislators to approve â€œmodelâ€ bills. They have their own corporate governing board which meets jointly with the legislative board. (ALEC says that corporations do not vote on the board.) They fund almost all of ALEC’s operations. Participating legislators, overwhelmingly conservative Republicans, then bring those proposals home and introduce them in statehouses across the land as their own brilliant ideas and important public policy innovationsâ€”without disclosing that corporations crafted and voted on the bills.
ALEC boasts that it has over 1,000 of these bills introduced by legislative members every year, with one in every five of them enacted into law. ALEC describes itself as a â€œunique,â€ â€œunparalleledâ€ and â€œunmatchedâ€ organization. It might be right. It is as if a state legislature had been reconstituted, yet corporations had pushed the people out the door. Learn more at ALECexposed.org.
Mr. Bush squandered the surplus of the late Clinton years, yet prominent pundits pretend that the two parties share equal blame for our debt problems.
There has been no pressure on the G.O.P. to show any kind of responsibility, or even rationality â€” and sure enough, it has gone off the deep end. If youâ€™re surprised, that means that you were part of the problem.
Lets have one.
But lets have it for a good reason.
How about taxation without representation?
The Koch brothers have been successfully driving up gas costs through speculation – effectively taxing everyone at the pump.
They price of gas has doubled, for f___’s sake.
Get your pitchforks.
Or at the least, stop buying their products.
There’s more at think progress
[Half of American voters] say ‘I’m with the party that cuts all these programs for real people, for the 99 percent. Planned Parenthood, environmental protection, college, health care, infrastructure, but holds the line on private jets.’ Voting for them is as stupid as voting not guilty for the mom who lost her baby for a month and went looking at a wet t-shirt contest.
I got this message from a forlorn bagger on youtube.
My ideas are formed from facts. I am not a republican or a democrat. I know that you are around 23 years old. When I was that age I wish someone had given me this advice to “Never assume anything.”
Our president ran on a very well thought out platform. “Change” He never really said what he would change, and everybody thought he would change what THEY thought should be changed. I am one of those people.
The bagger’s claims its ideas are formed from facts, but thinks that Obama pulled a bush and made little or no campaign promises.
WHEN IN FACT, bagger – the president made more than 500 specific campaign promises.
Conservative stupidity never ceases to amaze.