Friday, November 30, 2012

Winking and blinking and nodding our way toward oblivion


There is absolutely nothing about either one of these men that I like. They are both self serving interlopers set to ruin this nation in my opinion.

The bottom line? The observations being made are damn right and spot on as it concerns the republicans going along with Obama's lunacy of fiscal responsibility. The republicans will cave on the tax increases he and Pelosi and Reid are proposing and they will cave on the additional spending and the debt ceiling increase  and the entire damn thing. They always have. The republicans did it with Bill Clinton and they even did it when George Bush was president and they controlled both houses.

Make no mistake America, Barack Obama is backing up America's ship of state and preparing to go to full ramming speed as he aims this nation directly at fiscal collapse. Meanwhile? The republicans will be below decks, carrying his water and stoking the boilers full of white hot expenditures that cannot be paid for.

Who gives a damn whether the republicans get blamed for it or not. The real "DEPRESSION" is on the horizon and the smiling clown Boehner and the rest of the RINOS in Washington as equally as responsible for what is about to happen and more so. I just hope that the people will remember when the time comes.
Democrats playing chicken in fiscal talks-as-tax-hikes-loom-for-all-says-

Obama is once again heading out Friday on the tax-hike campaign trail as top Democratic lawmakers appear willing to play chicken with Republicans on the looming fiscal crisis, refusing to budge on their insistence that high earners pay more in taxes and betting Republicans will blink before massive spending cuts and across-the-board tax increases kick in.

With just one month left before the fiscal poison pill Congress put in place a year ago as an incentive to reach a deal kicks in, Republican insiders complain that the other side’s intransigence seems calculated to make them blink. After signaling that they would be open to closing tax loopholes – and possibly raising taxes on families making above $250,000 – Republicans say Democrats have countered with calls for more stimulus, a package of additional spending and permanently raising the borrowing limit, while postponing talks about reforming entitlements or cutting spending.

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