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Government’s not the problem, YOU are the problem. Part 2

April 7, 2011


Just in case you were worried about how much those in power suck, fear not.  The problems with our government are not the fault of our government, they’re our fault. There will probably be a government shut down today.  You might think this has something to do with last year’s congress not passing a budget […]

Paul Ryan wants to try to only spend money we actually have, Democrats bleed from their eyes.

April 6, 2011


Paul Ryan released his budget.  In it, he attempts to do things like: *Make entitlements resemble something that is somewhat sustainable. *Gives states more flexibility with Medicaid. *End corporate welfare *Reform personal and corporate taxes – so companies like GE pay more than $0 in taxes. *Make it so our interest payments on the national […]

I bet Chuck Schumer drinks Mountain Dew by the bucket full.

March 29, 2011


“I always use the word extreme,” Schumer unknowingly told reporters.  He was referring to the “extreme” budget cuts Republicans are trying to make.  They’re trying to tear down the foundations of our economy, like cowboy poetry festivals. Schumer was coaching fellow democrats on the most effective ways to exude horse shit from their mouths.  The best […]