Seriously, is there anything going on in the news that hasn’t to do with the pointless, utterly predictable debt limit charade with the Potomac Parasites?

Because, quite frankly, the outcome is as predictable as the posturing is tedious.

On the one hand we have the McCocklesses of the Senate busying themselves with abdicating their responsibilities and kicking the can further down the road, even further than our grandchildren. The “brilliance” of their plan is that once Ogabe has to personally refuse to cut spending, he will be utterly stuck with the bad press as the Make Believe Media descend upon him like a pack of wolves, eviscerating their Anointed One while not making the slightest attempt at blaming the GOP for the whole shitstorm.

About that… No, forget about it. We’d have to create an argument so convincing that even the Rick Morans of the world would understand it, and we’re just not up to that kind of exercise in futility.

The downside, of course, is that Ogabe gets everything that he wants: The issue gets postponed even further so as not to inconvenience his re-election campaign.

Oh, and there’s that bit about our grandchildren and great-grandchildren living in hovels at the mercy of the Almighty State as everything goes down the proverbial toilet when the inevitable bills come due.

All in return for a bunch of non-binding promises to cut spending over the next ten years, cuts that will never happen just as no promise of Congress’ has ever actually materialized here in the reality that we are forced to inhabit.

What a deal!

We can’t think of any plan as idiotic as that, even including the French decision to let their cavalry charge the English longbows at Agincourt.

Sure, there are signs of balls in the House GOP with their Cut, Cap and Balance Bill and Amendment, particularly the Amendment bit since it, unlike anything else that Congress has ever passed, is actually binding upon future Congresses, but best of luck getting that through the McCockless Senate of the Surrender Monkeys. Ogabe, of course, has already promised to veto that, should it pass, proving once again that he’d rather destroy the United States than give an inch on his current mission to, well, destroy the United States.

Any ideas that he might be bluffing when it comes to threatening to starve grandma to death if he doesn’t have his way seem rather naive at this point.

Anyway, the House might actually force his hand and, whether he follows up on his threats or not, actually force him to own the consequences up to the next election.

If they stick to their guns, the chances of which are slim to none. At the end of the day, as we have all learned from bitter experience, when faced with the choice between doing their jobs, following through on the promises they got elected on and giving up life time access to fucking teenage interns and receiving fat bribes, politicians will always choose the easy way out, which is to punt.

Maybe some of them won’t, but not enough to get anything accomplished. The power of the free pubescent pussy is just too strong for aging, fat, balding cocknozzles to resist.

So they’ll work out some “grand bargain” which will only serve to land our kids with the bill.

Of all of the flights that were stopped on 9/11, why did it have to be flight 93?

If it had been one of the flights hitting the Twin Towers or the Pentagon, some actual human beings might have been saved.


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LC Sir Clambake, Imperial Black Ops Technician, K.o.E.
July 19, 2011 02:36

These idiots need to be employed elsewhere. Not in a fast food environment though. When I go for fast food I want to get what I ordered, and these fools could fuck up a Happy Meal.

LC Jackboot IC/A
July 19, 2011 07:22

Don’t forget to include the traitorous, splooge-licker, McCain in this assessment. He’s fully in McNutless on the Plan B. That fucker MUST go and as soon as possible. But watch, just like the morons in Houston that keep re-electing She-Ra Jackson-Race Baiter-in-Chief, the morons in Az. will reelect McCain too. The problem is NOT our system of government, it’s the… Read more »

July 19, 2011 07:59

particularly the Amendment bit since it, unlike anything else that Congress has ever passed, is actually binding upon future Congresses, I hate to argue with you, but I don’t see how that follows. What happens when they ignore it? They’re not going to jail, will we have the 9 High Wizards making our budget? Will our $trillion budget be decided… Read more »

Libsareb Raindead
July 19, 2011 09:53

“Ogabe, of course, has already promised to veto that, should it pass….” I’ve heard at least two reports that the Constitutional-“Scholar”-in-Chief has threatened to veto a congressionally proposed constitutional amendment. How is that possible? If Congress proposes an amendment to the states, that means it passed by two-thirds in each house. That same proportion has the constitutional power to override… Read more »

LC Light29ID
LC Light29ID
July 19, 2011 15:02

Bend over bitches, the RINOs are getting a hard on and the only cure is viciously sodomizing the American people like a rampaging herd of Tibetan Yaks: Senate group offers $3.75 trillion deficit cuts (Reuters) – A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Tuesday revived an ambitious budget plan that could provide new ideas for breaking the impasse in Congress… Read more »

LC Spare Parts
LC Spare Parts
July 19, 2011 19:00

The DC circus is just that. What really matters is the continuation of steady trade and roll over in the bond market. Wall St. will have the last word regardless.

LC Gladiator
LC Gladiator
July 20, 2011 09:21

New Grand Bi-Partisan Debt Plan: Cut $500 Billion Now, Increase Taxes by $1 Trillion WASHINGTON (AP) — Declaring “11th hour urgency” to raise the government’s borrowing limit, President Barack Obama on Tuesday hailed a plan by “Gang of Six” senators from both parties to reduce federal deficits as the kind of balanced approach that could break an economy-threatening deadlock. He… Read more »

July 20, 2011 11:43

Letter to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave: Hey Buckwheat – I realize that you are a “Constitutional Scholar Professor” in Chicago parlance, so I’ll write slow and use simple words: 1) Read Article 5 of the US Constitution 2) You ain’t in it, homie So, with your intention to “Veto” a proposed Constitutional Amendment – You Don’t Get to, shitheel. Dumbass. 2012… Read more »