Starting with Weepy John Boner:

Raising the debt ceiling is shaping up as a difficult early vote for the new House GOP majority. Many of the new Republican lawmakers harshly criticized their Democratic opponents during the campaign for voting to raise the limit in the past, citing it as an example of the Democrats’ recklessness with federal tax dollars.

Which was absolutely correct and worked like a charm for them in the elections since, by golly, if we voted for them they’d bloody well do something about this endless raising of the debt ceiling.

But now the votes have been cast and their incumbencies secured for another two years guess what? “Thanks, shmucks, we’re just going to keep boning you like we used to.”

But on Thursday, Minority Leader John Boehner (R., Ohio) said he’s been talking to the newly elected GOP lawmakers about the need to raise the federal debt ceiling when it comes up early next year.

Very well then, you Puling Poxweasel, you’re FIRED. No, this is NOT the “Happy Days” of 2000-2006 any longer and you WILL be held accountable for every single lying, festering, slimy word that slithers out your pus-oozing posteriors.

Congrats. You haven’t even taken over the gavel yet and you’re already on the 2012 Primary Extermination List.

And then there’s that braying jackass, Darrel Issa, who rode into office promising that there’d be consequences for the lawlessness of the last two years and that, so help him G-d, a vote for him meant a vote for holding the criminals in DC accountable.

Now that he’s safely elected, not so much:

The incoming chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said Sunday that he won’t investigate the Obama administration for offering a job to a Democratic House member to keep him out of a Senate race.

Instead, Rep. Darrell Issa said that problem transcends any one administration. The California Republican indicated he wants to look at the issue more broadly, even hinting that his investigation could lead back into a closer look at the Bush administration.

“We’ve discovered the problem is bigger than that — it’s bigger than President Obama,” Issa said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Bush’s people said, ‘We did the same thing.'”

Oh, so that’s the “rationale” behind you showing yourself to be just another spineless, incumbent sack of syphilitic sow shit? That because “Bush did it too” you’re just going to sit on it and do nothing? Here’s another idea: How about you drag those who allegedly “did it too” into the dock AS WELL?

So what did the DemCong pay YOU off with? Come on, you unprincipled whore, you can tell us. It’ll be good for whatever rancid, shriveled remains of a soul you’re still in possession of and it may, may mean that we, when we kick YOU in the arse in 2012, graciously abstain from placing you on the edge of a 60-story building first.

Those disgusting, corrupt, lying cocksuckers really didn’t get a single word of what November 2nd was all about, did they?

Oh well, perhaps the next batch will.

Thatisall.

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LC PrimEviL
LC PrimEviL
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January 3, 2011 09:44

So what did the DemCong pay YOU off with?

Um, perhaps that the charter aircraft he might be riding in sometime
won’t have and “accident”?

LC Gunsniper
LC Gunsniper
Member
January 3, 2011 10:19

Small asteroid, mass driver, targeting array locked on Washington DC…

Some assembly required.

LC HJ Caveman82952
LC HJ Caveman82952
Guest
January 3, 2011 11:20

Sadly I am not surprised. Nobody wants this house of cards coming down on their watch, kicking the can down the road two more years. I do believe the global economy is heading for a catastrophic reset. In truth big money owns all these assholes, or intimidates and threatens them. Only when the cost of facing the people is greater… Read more »

Lizard, G.L.O.R.
Lizard, G.L.O.R.
Member
January 3, 2011 11:25

Same result different people. I am just wondering what is going to happen with the GOP leadership with Michael Steele having not lived up to expectations is going up against the likes of the WI GOP leader…….that is very scary to me because the majority of WI GOP elected officials are Rinos (I can only really think of 3 that… Read more »

LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An
Member
January 3, 2011 11:33

In reference to the calendar in 2012

“Remember,remember on SIXTH of November
The Oathbreakers’ treason and plot
I know of no reason why Oathbreakers’ treason
Should ever be forgot”

They have not DONE anything yet, for good or ill. But we are watching, and they are very literally on our last nerve.

LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An

LC HJ Caveman82952
LC HJ Caveman82952
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January 3, 2011 13:32

Don’t forget the unions, Dave…..they’re in it too. Gettin’ it from both ends.

LC HJ Caveman82952
LC HJ Caveman82952
Guest
January 3, 2011 13:34

And yes, they are stealing our nation. All of them. :em96:

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 3, 2011 15:20

This is why the Citizen’s United case was probably THE most dangerous Supreme Court decision in our time. SHUT.THE.FUCK.UP. No, really. SHUT.THE.FUCK.UP. Unlike 99.9% of the people who constantly bray on about what a fucking travesty this decision was and how “IT IS THE END OF DEMOCRACY AS WE KNOW IT!!111!!!!”, I actually read the decision, and all the cases… Read more »

Muzzy
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January 3, 2011 15:28

The simple solution in all of this is public financing of elections. Take special interest money completely out of the equation. Shorten the silly season to sixty days, give each candidate equal time on public airwaves and equal money for other campaign costs and keep the special interest money out. K Street would have tumbleweeds blowing down the middle of… Read more »

Haverwilde
Haverwilde
Member
January 3, 2011 16:35

Well, the debt ceiling is going to have to be raised. We are already in more debt than the ceiling allows. Without raising it, the government shuts down and we are back to the Clinton days. A much better move is to have a bill that raises the ceiling a little, but tied to other things like destroying Obamacare. Let… Read more »

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 3, 2011 17:47

Will someone please get my previous comment out of the spambox?

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 3, 2011 17:50

Couldn’t agree more!

When I want the opinion of a Europeon on our political system, I’ll refer to my copy of Democracy in America. At least Alex wasn’t a socialist twatwaffle intent on spreading the mediocrity and misery that Eurpoe has consigned itself to.

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 3, 2011 18:00

The simple solution in all of this is public financing of elections. Take special interest money completely out of the equation. Shorten the silly season to sixty days, give each candidate equal time on public airwaves and equal money for other campaign costs and keep the special interest money out. K Street would have tumbleweeds blowing down the middle of… Read more »

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 3, 2011 18:20

Fork all of those mfers. If you aint’ a living, breathing citizen by birth or naturalization, you–and yes, I’m looking at you corporations and lobbying organizations–have no rights other than what we the huddled masses have given you by law. Then prepare to be nothing be an agrarian society again, because no corporation, including the ones that make guns and… Read more »

Virago
Virago
Member
January 3, 2011 18:54

The GOP won’t save us, only we and the pressure we cause, can save us. For those of you who like to keep the conversation clean and simple, I think that Neal Boortz nailed it for me in his column today. http://boortz.com/nealz_nuze/2011/01/2011.html Do you have any children? Do you for one minute think that your child has a fighting chance… Read more »

Library Czar
Library Czar
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January 3, 2011 20:44

So DJ, whats the name of your corporation?

Imperial Grammar Nazi, G.L.O.R
Imperial Grammar Nazi, G.L.O.R
Member
January 3, 2011 21:00

I have to chuckle every time the wannabe lawyer (DJ) condescends to our ACTUAL lawyer. :em99:

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 3, 2011 23:26

No, where there is power and influence, those who can benefit from it will find a way to buy it. The answer is to reduce the power of Congress the Federal government. Fixed it for you. Repeal the 17th Amendment, elect Representatives who do not promulgate legislation that isn’t rooted in Congress’ enumerated powers, and immediately shut down any Federal… Read more »

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 4, 2011 01:41

So your sources are a history professor who admits that he isn’t familar with the law, and has one whole article to his name, A guy who just wrote a book on health care policy, and a Ralph Nader advocacy group? Uh…ok. The founding fathers took a distinctly different approach from the British version of corporations. No, actually, they didn’t,… Read more »

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 4, 2011 02:07

Oh, and your source isn’t buying the crapola about the “record” profits of business that you are peddling either.

Ouch.

Let me know when you’re tired of being beaten with your own arm, willya?

sleeper
sleeper
Member
January 4, 2011 06:15

How about checking the “debt ceiling” before we decide to spend more money?

Southern Libertarian
Southern Libertarian
Member
January 4, 2011 06:37

I’m disappointed but I would be lying through my teeth if I said I am surprised.

Southern Libertarian
Southern Libertarian
Member
January 4, 2011 06:40

LC HJ Caveman82952 says: Sadly I am not surprised. Nobody wants this house of cards coming down on their watch, kicking the can down the road two more years. I do believe the global economy is heading for a catastrophic reset. In truth big money owns all these assholes, or intimidates and threatens them. Only when the cost of facing… Read more »

Southern Libertarian
Southern Libertarian
Member
January 4, 2011 07:10

s***! Hey Dj I kinda messed up the blockqoute on that last post would you fix that for me please? :em93:

LC HJ Caveman82952
LC HJ Caveman82952
Guest
January 4, 2011 09:33

It’s good to know that I’m not the only one who hates the Federal Reserve.

You aren’t.
Stinking bloodsuckers! Hang ’em high!

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 4, 2011 09:42

This is a perfect example of why we need to reform the tax code. The current one is unfair which picks winners and losers. Something that is done with government intervention in general. Congress has promoted its various measures over time by altering the tax code. Housing sales are flat? Offer tax credits for new home purchases. The manufacturing sector… Read more »

Darth Venomous
Member
January 4, 2011 12:15

The whole point here is that corporations were NEVER intended to have a say in our electoral process here. Neither were unions – but I’m not seeing a lot from your keyboard about them, so… Especially multi-national corporations as we are seeing now, where the US Chamber of Commerce acted as the conduit between India and China for money contributions… Read more »

bruce
bruce
Member
January 4, 2011 12:52

dj there is no such thing as anchor babies that is some thing that commie judge brennan made up while reading carl marx.read the 14theeth as written by the legislators of that time no where does it confer citizenship on babies born here to foreigners.this is bull shit made up by an anti-american progressive fuck head judge.

bruce
bruce
Member
January 4, 2011 13:00

green energy is nothing but pie in the sky because wind turbines or solar will never produce enough electricity to replace fossil fuels or nuclear just ask those countries that tried it and failed.

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere
Member
January 4, 2011 15:07

But as long as we’re quoting Jefferson and all, I wonder what he would have thought of the Progressive inclination to take away people’s choices in how they live their lives, be it CAFE standards that make it harder for the auto industry to build the vehicles that people actually WANT to buy, or mandating conservation by regulating average American’s… Read more »

Muzzy
Guest
January 5, 2011 16:09

Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere wrote: When I want the opinion of a Europeon on our political system, I’ll refer to my copy of Democracy in America. At least Alex wasn’t a socialist twatwaffle intent on spreading the mediocrity and misery that Eurpoe has consigned itself to. I haven’t the energy to respond in full, but I will say that it’s a… Read more »

Mike M
Mike M
Member
January 5, 2011 20:42

Muzzy says… Also, apparently, there’s something called a “Supermosque” in London. A truly remarkable building, unique by virtue of its being completely and totally invisible to everyone who lives here. And thanks to the efforts of more than 48,000 Brits who recognized what your muslims were scheming to do and successfully petitioned to stop it, it’ll remain invisible. ‘Delight’ as… Read more »