Oh, and RINO Boner, DO Learn to Speak English!

Not much to add to Jackboot’s excellent rant below, His Imperial Majesty just has one request in general:

The next time the auto-fellating RINOs and their sycophantic “pragmatic” bloggers use the word “cut” or, even worse, “historic cut” about the pittance of spare change that Boner et al are crowing about, patting themselves on the back and preening like partridges, kindly kick them right square in the mouth.

The paltry $38.5 billion (out of well over $3.5 TRILLION) weren’t “cuts” in any useful definition of the word, but that’s what they want you to think.

A “cut” is a reduction in something that already exists, in the exact same way that extending the Bush tax cuts never, ever was a tax “cut” since we merely extended something already in existence.

A “budget cut” would have to be a reduction in the last existing budget, and Boner the Weeping RINO’s “victory” was nothing of the sort. It was a tiny, insignificant, utterly irrelevant reduction in a socialist fever dream that had never been passed. Heck, it hadn’t even been put up for a vote!

For Boner’s “cut” to be an actual cut, it would have to be a budget $38.5 billion lower than the budget for 2010.

In other words, the feckless RINO pussies just told the Democrat Socialist and their Führer, Ogabe, that OK, they can have the Lear Jet, the Lamborghini, the 40,000 sqft mansion, but they can’t have an ice cream cone.

THAT is the extent of Weepy Boner and his RINO Circus’ “victory.”

May they choke on it, and may their bones be left for vultures and coyotes.

Thatisall.

30 comments

  1. 1
    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An growls and barks:

    Your Majesty,

    It seems to be even worse than originally reported. We got rolled, in theory, because military pay would be blocked if the government was shut down. Pretty much everybody saw the solution as soon as it was brought up. Pass a bill separating out military pay as a single item that the Democrats would not dare be the ones to block.

    Well, Dan Riehl of RIEHL WORLD VIEW points out that apparently it was obvious to Republican congress-critters, and they tried to do something about it. Boehner blocked them to keep the TEA Party in line so they would go along with any deal he came up with. My emphasis below.

    http://www.riehlworldview.com/carnivorous_conservative/2011/04/shameful-boehner-exploited-military-on-two-fronts-while-playing-games-with-the-numbers.html

    Many Republicans wanted the military removed from the equation early on. That’s also likely why Rep. Michele Bachmann is mentioning the issue and Kay Bailey Hutchinson is now sponsoring a bi-partisan bill in the Senate to remove military pay from future budget skirmishes. Many are furious with Boehner for exploiting servicemen and women and their families for a battle in DC, while so many are risking their lives overseas.

    Tea Party-affiliated Republican Rep. Allen West of Florida is out with a statement in which he says he is “disgusted at the perception that Leaders in my own Party…are now using the men and women in uniform” to pass a short-term budget bill.

    Social Security, Welfare and Food Stamp payments have options when a so called shut down takes place. It is disgusting that Washington has never created a permanent system to deal with the military, most particularly now, as we are at war. Unfortunately, to his great discredit, Boehner deliberately exploited the issue on two fronts during recent negotiations.

    He and others in leadership, including Cantor, wanted the issue in play. Republican Reps. Gohmert (TX) and Kingston (GA) had already fashioned a House Bill to deal with the issue early on. Boehner refused to let it come to the floor. However, he didn’t only want to use it against Obama, he also employed it to pressure incoming freshmen to support the latest continuing resolution, lest they be accused of not supporting paying a military engaged in multiple wars.

    That and a suspected, but unconfirmed, gaming of the recent numbers is why the Republican establishment spin machine is working overtime, resulting in ridiculous articles hailing Boehner as some great leader by the usual Beltway suspects at NRO and Jennifer Rubin at the Washington Post.

    As for concern over games being played with the numbers that would make this deal a bigger cave-in than it appears, Mark Levin (see Cavuto video below) raised some un-answered questions currently swirling around the deal, ones Republican leadership has, so far, refused to answer. If the $40 billion, or whatever dollar number now being circulated includes $10 billion already cut in previous CRs and an even larger portion of it comes from increases not being enacted, as opposed to actual cuts, Boehner may have caved for as little as $12 – $16 billion, or so, while exploiting the military to even get that.

    According to the House website, HR 1297 “Ensuring Pay for Our Military Act of 2011″ by Gohmert and Kingston [with 152 co-sponsors] was sent to Committee on 3/31/11 “for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker”.

    We have lost this battle. While some in the Republican establishment are referring to Boehner as their “Sun-Tzu”, he is closer to Italian Marshal Graziani in North Africa in WW-II. Graziani’s 150,000 soldiers were attacked by 36,000 assorted British Empire troops. In 2 months the Brits had killed or captured 118,000 Italians and chased them all the way across North Africa, for a loss of less than 2000 Brits.

    The next battle with the enemy will be in a couple of weeks over the Debt Ceiling. It will come down to a battle of controlling spending -v- the Democrats wanting to borrow and spend unlimited money. Boehner and company promise that they really, really, really, really are going to fight this time. If they don’t they are dead meat.

    I am still technically a Republican, just so I can stir shit and because in my county Republican means TEA Party. The main thing keeping me a Republican is waiting to see if a certain person decides to run for President. I made a promise to support her if she runs. If she does not, the moment that there is a separate TEA Party, Liberty Tree Party, or whatever; I’m there. Something to do while we wait for Clausewitz’s Math to kick in. Because it will.

    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    While some in the Republican establishment are referring to Boehner as their “Sun-Tzu”, he is closer to Italian Marshal Graziani in North Africa in WW-II….

    The next battle with the enemy will be in a couple of weeks over the Debt Ceiling

    As I recall from the Sun Tzu Ping Fa, The Master/his commentators explained that the most successful commander fights the least battles.That kind of generalship appears lacking.

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    LC Patton growls and barks:

    All of this is merely theatre. There is practically nothing the Republican Party can do while we hold only the House. Consequently, it is the 2012 elections that matter; we can only get the cuts we want if we hold the House, Senate and Presidency. There are a great number of incumbent democrats in the Senate up for election in 2012, and only a handful of Republicans. We are therefore almost certainly going to pick up seats. Thus, it makes no sense to force a government shutdown and risk being blamed for it, thereby ruining the Republican’s chances in 2012, over a handful of cuts we could squeeze out of Obama. This risk is far too great, and the reward far too little. It makes far more sense to get in a few symbolic cuts to build support for 2012. We have an excellent chance to win in 2012 and Boehner would be a fool to risk it all just to appease you. The actual amount of cuts is unimportant; we could cut ten times what Harry Reid would possibly allow to get past the Senate and still not make a dent in Obama’s budget. It is more important that we look like we won so as to build support for the election next year.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An says:

    he is closer to Italian Marshal Graziani in North Africa in WW-II. Graziani’s 150,000 soldiers were attacked by 36,000 assorted British Empire troops.

    Yes, it does feel a lot like Beda Fomm to me too, General Tsubodai.

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    Light29ID growls and barks:

    The debt ceiling is a forgone conclusion. The Marxists will screech about Armageddon if it not raised and the RINOs (who want to be on the A list for parties) will roll over like a whipped dog. Paul Ryan can just give up because his budget is DOA and Bohner will just hang him out to dry anyway.

    Meet the new boss, same as the old boss

    The Who

  6. 6
    LC Patton growls and barks:

    he is closer to Italian Marshal Graziani

    That’s unfair. No one is as bad a commander as Rodolfo Graziani.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    Response to LC Patton @:

    I’m almost in agreement, except where I’m not.

    LC Patton says:

    Thus, it makes no sense to force a government shutdown and risk being blamed for it, thereby ruining the Republican’s chances in 2012, over a handful of cuts we could squeeze out of Obama. This risk is far too great, and the reward far too little.

    This all assumes that anybody, meaning the great unwashed, give a flying shit in 2012 about Boner’s gamesmanship or even remember it. Those of us who do will have even more reason to not believe a word coming out of Boner and the GOP establishment’s pie holes, which won’t help, and the rest will be spoon-fed endless tirades from the OgabeMedia about how the Democrat Socialists already gave the GOP an “historic” victory, so what more could the senior-killing, baby-starving Rethugnicans possibly want?

    Unless you think the OgabeMedia is going to play fair in 2012, in which case I have some prime property on the surface of Mercury that I’d love to sell to you. Nice and cool, right on the ocean front.

    And GOP Boner and his fellow establishmentarians will be playing right along because there’ll be votes that need buying.

    They couldn’t do anything? No, I guess they couldn’t. Other than slamming shut the treasury and making it abundantly clear that they weren’t going to sell out our grandchildren in order to roll over, yet again, for the Democrat Socialists’ obvious and predictable, not to mention painfully transparent blackmail.

    If they’d had the guts to lead, if they’d made their case and let the chips fall as they may, they’d have had support, just like they did in the run-up to 2010 when they once again got busy talking the talk.

    All they’ve done now is further convince us that they can’t walk the walk and have no intentions of doing so. That $175,000/year plus bribes is a powerful drug to give up, and the death of our Republic is nothing, in the minds of those sad crack addicts in Congress, compared to selling out our future in exchange for just one more wonderful, sweet, soothing jab of the needle.

    I piss on them.

    The most pussified raw, conscripted recruit crying for his mommy every night I ever commanded had more courage in his pinky toe than every single one of those GOP shitbirds have put together.

    Thatisall.

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    LC Patton growls and barks:

    This all assumes that anybody, meaning the great unwashed, give a flying shit in 2012 about Boner’s gamesmanship or even remember it

    Maybe they won’t, but if Boehner shut down the government and the public blamed him they would sure as hell remember that. It isn’t a matter of courage. It is a matter of common sense. Only a fool takes a wild chance when he is almost certain to win without it.

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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I says:

    If they’d had the guts to lead, if they’d made their case and let the chips fall as they may, they’d have had support, just like they did in the run-up to 2010 when they once again got busy talking the talk.

    And that was my point as well. Never-mind all the strategery and gamesmanship. It’s a mask to allow them NOT to lead. They’ve convinced most of us that they won’t walk the talk. Not now, not ever. This is a willful failure of leadership.

    The shutdown was never seriously considered IMO, that’s one of those old bullshit memes about ‘the 3rd rail in politics’, that’s conveniently trotted out as needed for covering cowardice. The assumption on this being the unwashed plebes can and will be convinced that the fed grinding to halt is the end of the world as we know it. OMG- It’s the Eve Of Destruction. So, both sides can use it for their own ends. What they can’t know is that we understand full well that a shutdown, the biggest hammer we have right now is no big deal to the informed taxpayers. But their newly acquired power and the overwhelming desire to keep it, lets them hide behind the rhetoric of gamesmanship and who were the winners and losers.

    The dems won this round period. full-stop. Our newly minted legislators blinked when they had a green light from the taxpayers to go all-in. No amount of rationalizing will change this fact. It’s sickening that so many of us immediately capitulate and buy their party-line as I’ve seen in a few comments.

    If they wouldn’t go to the mat on this one, it’s foolish to think they will when entitlements are on the table.

    Assholes.

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    Darth Venomous growls and barks:

    Only a fool takes a wild chance when he is almost certain to win without it.

    And therein lies the flaw in your premise, Patton.

    The GOP is not “almost certain” to win it – not by anything even remotely resembling a longshot.

    Thanks to Dubya and his supplicative homage to “new tone” (i.e, capitulating to damn near everything the Demoscum wanted in order to “get along” with them, much as his father tried (and failed) to do in his term), the GOP lost credibility in ’06 and ’08 – which is why they lost those elections and why the Ayatollah Obambi now occupies the White House. The American people saw how much Bush 43 liked to play with Demoscum, so they gave him more to play with.

    2010 was the audition to get that credibility back – and, thanks to Friday night, they lost the audition. Maybe not with the Beltway pundits, etc, ad infinitum, ad nauseam – but don’t be surprised if it turns out that it’s been completely lost with the American people.

    If Washington maintains the status quo – and I think this likely – the GOP will not win in 2012. And Friday night will be a huge reason why.

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    Establishmentarians need to GO!!!!!

  12. 12

    I’m going with Patton up at numbers 3 and 8. I believe there IS a plan, but we will need those magic numbers so as to be unbeatable. I believe there will be reminders during the campaigns of what we were almost forced to do to get the concessions we got, and that we will be able to win convincingly with enough power.

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    Response to Darth Venomous @ 10: I’m looking to them getting a bit dirty here. I’m hoping that there will be the “Rommel, you magnificent bastard, I READ YOUR BOOK!” moment. Draw them in to the proper ambush position, and hit them hard.

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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    LC cmblake6, Imperial Black Ops Technician says:

    Draw them in to the proper ambush position, and hit them hard.

    I pray that this is the case, but this again presumes they have balls. Which they demonstrably don’t. Darth Venomous says:

    the GOP will not win in 2012. And Friday night will be a huge reason why.

    Unfortunately, I agree with this. I remain hopeful, but barely. I was watching this one, to see if they were willing to do what should have been done. They didn’t and that portends poorly for 2012. This is going to be the nastiest presidential race ever seen and if we don’t start now with relatively easy softballs to pitch-back, we won’t when it gets real sporty.

    We gave them the seats in November and we know that didn’t position us to do everything we want, but more than the seats and votes, we gave them a position to be heard. It’s a helluva lot easier to get the message out there when you’re also in the majority. This should have told them that we would back their play to shut it all down and make the Dems appear the responsible party AND having a better megaphone to pound away at our message, answering the why.

    Simply put, call the bastards out, pull the plug and hammer them with clearly stated reasons as to why it was done.

    This is the eternal weakness of the GOP, they fail to overcome the shrill demagoguery with a calm voice of reason. They buy-in to the idea that the public can’t or won’t grasp the conservative message. This damns the party to taking the backseat endlessly. All the socialists have to do is trot out all the tired memes of killing seniors, children, puppies, goldfish or ______, and they run for the hills. They keep doing it because it works every fucking time.

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    Elephant Man growls and barks:

    On the plus side, the GOP did manage to jam Obamacare right up Harry Reid’s ass.

    Part of the “budget deal” is a debate and vote in the Senate for its repeal.

    Budget Deal Guarantees Senate Vote on Repeal of Obama Health Care Law

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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    Elephant Man says:

    Part of the “budget deal” is a debate and vote in the Senate for its repeal.

    And that’s about the only part of the compromise that’s of real value. It really puts a knot in a few senator’s knickers. They can play to the lefty-loons at home and vote against repeal or vote for repeal and force Ogabe to a veto. Right now the polls are running 54% of the public in favor of a repeal. The very last thing he needs right now is to be forced into other than his ‘present’ M.O.

    Hoisted on their own petards with that part of it.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    LC cmblake6, Imperial Black Ops Technician:

    Draw them in to the proper ambush position, and hit them hard.

    Now that sounds like part of a classic quote from Master Sun! “Hold out baits to entice the enemy. Feign disorder–& smash him.”

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    LC fxpcpa growls and barks:

    Can’t say I’m very impressed with what has to be seen as a complete capitulation by these gutless wonders.

    The fact that they couldn’t make the obvious case that it was NDSWP intransigence in insisting we drive in to the fiscal abyss that would have been the cause of a government shut does not speak well of the command of the issue or of their general competence. After all it was the republicans who passed a perfectly good budget about six weeks ago that was rejected by Obama and his merry band of brigands in the senate for being so heartless as to cut out a draconian 3% of the total expenditures in a 3.5 trillion dollar budget. Oh the ignominy of having your slush fund diminished by such an ungodly amount. I mean seriously that means Obama would have only been able to take 10 vacations this year instead of the usual fifteen and Stretch Pelosi would have had to fly in the overhead compartment of an old DC 10 instead of a private jet. What deprivation.

    The fact that they can’t make the case that spending more money than you take in let alone 40% more than you take is the extremist and nihilistic position either smacks of gross incompetence or utter servility.

    The fact that they can’t make the case that the funding of the killing of innocents takes priority over the funding of those who protect us is an obscenity to any thinking person.

    The idea that they cannot refute the concept that every bad choice and incorrect decision has to be ameliorated and subsidized by holding a gun to the heads of the citizenry and calling it a moral imperative is an abdication of their duty as legislators and as men.

    The fact that they do not have the courage of their stated convictions and the mastery of the primary governing document that supports the limiting of governmental is a travesty worthy of burlesque comedy.

    The fact that they could not, can not and will not refute the deranged and depraved assertions of the clearly mentally unhinged leads to one of two conclusions. They are either not up to the job of representing the people or are comfortable in their submissiveness.

    The fact that they cannot combat the moral inversion engaged in by an unscrupulous and amoral enemy speaks to a lack moral courage in them as well. As some one said earlier in this thread they constrain themselves thinking it is going to win them points with people who are never going to give them the benefit of the doubt and see every courtesy as a sign of weakness to be exploited. They do not have to engage in expletives but since when is properly identifying your enemies positions with frankness and accuracy (except for the psychotics currently in the NDSWP and their lapdog press) considered out of bounds.

    This goes doubly for their sycophants in some of the republican leaning press where they spin abject defeats into gauzy victories based on numbers pulled from the same land of Hopey-Changeastan that Obama derives both his economic and energy plans and tsk tsk every time we properly define the regimes attitudes and intentions.

    In the following, the indispensable Andy McCarthy smacks down one such loser(who is clearly in the first camp) with both fists.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/264310/youre-kidding-right-andrew-c-mccarthy

    I don’t know where NRO found this knucklehead Stiles but they better bundle him up and leave him on the doorstep of the Sorosian Center for American Regress before he ruins the brand. :em98:

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    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An growls and barks:

    #15 Elephant Man

    It is good if we can get the Democrats in the Senate on record as continuing to support Obamacare before the election. I have to note though, that any Republican who signs an agreement with Harry Reid, or indeed with any Democrat, is likely to end up like Chamberlain after Munich. I don’t think that there is any enforcement mechanism if Reid tells Boehner to bugger off. Which he may well given that a vote will either place his Democrats on record as still supporting something that the voters hate and/or will place “Teh Lightworker” in a position where he has to veto a repeal of Obamacare just before the election freshly pissing off those same voters. When choosing who gets thrown under the bus, it is Buraq Hussein who does the throwing.

    You just have to remember that Leftists Lie. In fact the only group that lies as often is career felons; which may be indicative of a certain psychic, cultural, or genetic connection. They lie about anything, at any time. They lie when the only thing that will save their ass from a term in jail is the truth. They lie reflexively when it would be to their benefit not to, just because that is what they always do.

    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC fxpcpa says:

    In the following, the indispensable Andy McCarthy smacks down one such loser(who is clearly in the first camp) with both fists.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/264310/youre-kidding-right-andrew-c-mccarthy

    Yep. Andy sums it up pretty well for me with this:

    And when the GOP is always promising to fight next time, it will seem so rightwing whack-jobby of us to demand that they fight this time.

    Don’t know about the rest of y’all, but I’m getting mightily sick and tired of the “don’t worry, NEXT TIME we’ll do it!” mantra which is all we’ve ever heard from the GOP.

    It’s always “next time” with them and, to sum it up as far as I’m concerned, fuck that noise.

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    Darth Venomous growls and barks:

    I’m looking to them getting a bit dirty here. I’m hoping that there will be the “Rommel, you magnificent bastard, I READ YOUR BOOK!” moment. Draw them in to the proper ambush position, and hit them hard.

    Few things would I like better. I rather wish that the SCOWI election this past week could serve as a template – with the Donks crowing about their victory, only to see the heavy end of the hammer dropped on them (whether accidentally or not, who cares) out of nowhere.

    My concern is that to do that would require some testicular fortitude on the part of the establishment Repubs. And I haven’t had much confidence in that since Atwater left.

  22. 22

    Y’all, I so hope I’m correct. I’m sure you have some idea, but the full extent of that is amazing.

  23. 23
    LC MuscleDaddy growls and barks:

    Hugely OT, but seems worth mentioning …

    You’ve probably seen this about the school shooting in Brazil

    …but I had to go through the India Times to get the part that the MBM won’t allow to be uttered

    Maybe not so hugely OT after all, since it’s just another example of our society committing suicide.

    – MD

  24. 24

    The so-called extension of the Bush tax cuts was nothing more than a lie as well. My federal retirement pay amounts, before deductions, to about $35K per annum, far from “rich man” territory. In fact, barely “middle class”.

    And guess what? My Federal income tax deduction increased this year as the Bush-era tax cuts miraculously failed to extend as advertised.

    Believe NOTHING that spews from Mordor on the Potomac….NOTHING. It’s all a sham, it’s all a lie, and I don’t give a fuck which side of the aisle they’re sitting on. The only way….the ONLY way we’re ever going to get their attention is to fire every last one of them. EVERY one of them. Preferably all at the same time.

    Then we make a law degree an automatic disqualifier.

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    (Poking behind top shelf debris for the keys to the Imperial chipper machine,,) ‘Got some coupons for head cheese’ n’ some stuffin’ casings,, Bury him as a hunnert n’ fifty feet o’ pork fat n’ fatimaboy sausage Muscle Daddy.. He’s earned some buckets,, no sheets.

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    LC Alric growls and barks:

    Er, I don’t understand why everyone here is so pissed. If the government had shut down, you can bet that the Donks would have had a replay of what they did to Gingrich back in ’94, and we would have had no chance of getting Paul Ryan’s budget passed, or possibly of winning in 2012. At least we have the Donks talking seriously about budget cuts.

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    Virago growls and barks:

    Liar on the Left of me
    Liar on the Right
    Stuck with the BS again…..

    On one hand, the few billions either way wouldn’t have made much of a dent. We need to stop trillians and all I can pray is that the folks that can do it are elected in 2012. There is a good graph in this site about how puny this whole damn thing was about. What pisses me off more than anything is using military pay as a policical ploy by either damn side. That absolutely has to stop.

    http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/liar-on-the-left-liar-on-the-right_04112011

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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    LC Alric says:

    Er, I don’t understand why everyone here is so pissed. If the government had shut down, you can bet that the Donks would have had a replay of what they did to Gingrich back in ’94,

    Errr, you missed the point. It wasn’t about shutting down the gubmint. It was about making a serious showing that they (our alleged side) were serious about reigning in federal spending. The government shutdown would have been a symptom of doing that. Specifically, my point was that we had a chance to do what needed to be done and a golden opportunity to actually explain why it was done. Many of us are sick and tired (way sick and tired) of being afraid of doing what’s right because how the other side will react. We’ve played defensive for too long by reacting to what they will or might do. We have (or did) the opportunity with the new congress to take the initiative and make them react to us. That’s a winning strategy on the battlefield and politics. The demcong have had decades of us allowing them to keep the initiative out of fear for what they’ll do. We can predict it every time as they only have one musty playbook and they keep using it because it works on the idiot rethugs. It’s damn well time that we take that fucker away from them, forever.

    It’s not about the $$ figures, it’s about the principle of doing what is absolutely necessary, it’s about leadership. The voting public would never understand hard figures on paper, they’re unwilling or unable to pay attention that long. What they would understand is that this isn’t the normal political game, it’s about survival of the country and one side doesn’t give a shit about it, they’d rather garner votes from saving their sacred cows, than do what’s necessary for ‘We The People’. Unless and until we start pounding that message out, it’s over.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC Sir M – Imperial Tobacconist™, K.o.E. says:

    And guess what? My Federal income tax deduction increased this year as the Bush-era tax cuts miraculously failed to extend as advertised.

    You know what? That’s an interesting point. Because when I just did my taxes and came back with a refund well south of the one I got last year, I started wondering because nothing, absolutely nothing had changed. The refund shouldn’t have changed substantially either then, should it? Yet it did.

    So I went over my numbers again, compared every single one of them to last year, I might have made an error after all, but it was all pretty much the same. Yet my refund went down by about 20%. Now, mind you, 5% or less I would have written off to rounding errors, but 20?

    I have a sneaky suspicion that the “extension of the status quo” that the GOP were conga lining about last year was yet another one of the endless stream of lies that we’ve come to expect from those assholes on the Potomac.

    “First, we kill all the lawyers.”

    Sounds like a plan to me. Not to mention we won’t have to worry about them getting elected for office as they’ll already be dead.

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    Darth Venomous growls and barks:

    Sounds like a plan to me. Not to mention we won’t have to worry about them getting elected for office as they’ll already be dead.

    That won’t stop the Chicago vote.