By: Kevin Jackson
The Black Sphere
Boehner and McCain vied for “Pansy of the Week,” and Boehner won. Despite the polls that revealed overwhelmingly that America wanted no increase in the debt ceiling, Boehner caved like a Hollywood stage chair. As the saying goes, “His ass is grass.”
America deserves a budget that is tighter than a camel’s butt in a sandstorm; however Boehner’s bill essentially doubles the national debt in a decade, thus the Democrats lust for spending is not hampered in the least. The payout to the lien holders, the American taxpayers, is over ten years, a deal I dare you to try to cut with the IRS if you owe back taxes. Unlock cell door #13.
Any ten year plan for spending by government is a fool’s folly, because America’s back will be broken from the weight of debt long before then. We are clicking off $5B a day in debt service alone and not even addressing the principal. Why didn’t Boehner just approve America for a reverse mortgage, because that’s what old people do when they don’t plan on leaving the kids and grandkids the house in the will.
Boehner’s deal does not shrink government at all. He had a chance to finally force government to rein in spending and he dropped the ball. He negotiated with Obama, a guy who is too lazy to scratch his own butt, a guy who hasn’t presented a budget in over eight months. Obama relies on white people to do his work for him, because Obama is incompetent and indolent.
Uh, does anybody here, uh, know how to write a budget?
If there was ever a president who needed the credit card cut, as Sheila Jackson implied, “It’s this [black] president.” Obama runs America finances like a hood rat; spending all the money before he even gets his check. Hood rats spend like there’s no tomorrow, because they don’t think about tomorrow.
Despite Obama’s obvious lack of fiscal sanity, the Republicans have now four times given him more money to test his “spend your way out of debt theory.” The Republicans have given the black president more money than all the white presidents combined. I think they can drop the “guilt” meme.
It’s a crisis, they always say. It certainly is. The crisis is Obama’s spending!
Obama orchestrated the second crisis, so he could continue the first crisis. And the Republicans yet again responded like…Republicans. Wimps. “Guilters.”
Their excuse for not truly offering a solution about the debt by cutting the debt dramatically was to say that things would be worse if they didn’t allow for the ceiling to go up and that our credit rating would suffer. What a farce.
Things are tough and they will get tougher. Get over it. And our credit is already shot, whether Moody’s or the S&P does anything or not. These are all reasons to cut spending now! Instead however, Boehner’s negotiation tactic was to state publicly that he would “not allow America to default on its debt.” That sounds so altruistic, so fatherly, so Custeresque.
Boehner wears neither boxers nor briefs, and if you’re thinking ‘commando,’ stop. Think thong. How can you possibly give the Fed more money, when you consider what the Fed spends money on?
Things like $2.6M to study Chinese prostitutes’ performance, while drinking on the job. I’m not sure exactly to whom they were referring about drinking on the job? And can’t the Chinese study its own prostitutes? Not to mention, the Fed could have kept most of that money state-side just watching Congress interact with lobbyists at happy hour in DC. That is a study of prostitutes drinking on the job, if there ever was one.
In this report on what the Republicans proposed to cut from the budget, there are things like $1B in unpaid taxes by federal workers, $1.2B of taxpayer-funded union activities, and the list of ridiculous spending is a mile long and a mile deep. The only question we should be asking ourselves on these programs is, “How the heck did most of these expenditures get added to the budget in the first place?!”
The Left calls us radicals and terrorists, when all we essentially ask is that the government be good stewards of our money. Our detractors are the real radical terrorists, economic terrorists. The Republicans will never call them such, exposing the Left for what most of them are, lazy thieves. Doing so would require courage, something that most Republicans just don’t seem to possess.
Michele Bachmann does. She held firm, not falling for some worthless symbolic cut that’s not worth a week’s interest on the debt. And there were a few others. God bless this small group of patriots.
Boehner however has tested the mettle of the Tea Party and this is our chance to send a message loud and clear from the people. Just because you have an ‘R’ after your name, doesn’t give you a pass. We hold Conservatives to a higher standard and Boehner will learn that the grass roots knows whose ass to mow.
That’s my rant!
6 thoughts on “Boehner Should be a Goner”
Just can’t add anything to this “Boehner Should Be a Goner” article. As usual, I feel compelled to agree, but still, our GOP leadership does not understand what they did to undermine our economic recovery by comprimising with Obama…
What do you expect? He is a Republican. My whole life I have been watching the ‘conservative’ party and they have always talked different than Democrats while acting just as liberal. Oh it’s a two party system alright, the ruling class and those who serve the ruling class.
To me Republicans are just slightly watered down Democrats, .003 in. to the right of being a full fleged Democrat, a difference not distinguishable to the naked eye. When Republicans get themselves elected, they instnatly turn back into Democrats.
Both Norman Thomas and Gus Hall retired and went out of business saying that both the Democrat and Republican parties have adopted all of our communist programs and there was nothing left for us to do.
If you understand what communism is, it is easy to see what is happening.
We have just witnessed the overthrow of our country by a communist coup.
Is it possible to get a recall election for him,
to recall him?
If not the TParty in his district should start primary election planning,vetting.
The whole debt-raising fiasco was a scam to begin with, and Boehner surely knew the game plan from beginning to end. No amount of public pressure would have changed the outcome. Winning Team: Congress, the president and the Too Big To Jail central banks. Losers: Everybody else.
In this deal, almost everything and everyone has lost. That simple, there is no honor in any of it, save for those who had the guts to stand for what is right and had the integrity to buck the system for the sake of America’s future.