Anyway…now we’re waiting on the House to vote to approve this spending bill, which originated in the Senate (to hell with that pesky little document called “the Constitution,” which says it is supposed to happen in the reverse order). Once again, I expect complete capitulation
We are going over the fiscal cliff in a few days. The Democrats and their compliant media minions will try to make you believe that this is somehow the GOP’s fault. But that simply is not true; you know it as well as I do, regardless of which side of the aisle you sit.
I’ve been preparing for this for a while. I hope you have, too. Time to let this mother burn to the ground so that we can rebuild it fresh from the ashes.
If Boehner was any less of a man he’d have tits and wear a dress to work everyday.
Remember back in 2007 when candidate Obama promised that he would reduce the deficit in half by the end of his first term? Well, he didn’t. Instead he increased it by about a gazillion times. And now you same moops expect him to actually try to reduce it now in his lame duck term?
The $83 billion in tax savings from the mortgage deduction? Would fund our government for 8.3 days. Without reducing the deficit by a single penny.
By heavily taxing existing 401K plans they are in effect stealing money from our retirement. Which they’ll redistribute to those unfortunate souls who didn’t bother to save for their own freak’n retirement.