The truth is I am simply exhausted… exhausted from Team Obama’s governance style of going from crisis to crisis. It gets to a point where one simply does not care.
In fact, not only don’t I care, I can’t wait for the whole damn bunch of them to take a dive. It can’t happen fast enough.
Let’em all go over the friggin fiscal cliff…OK, Obama first…splat! Next in line Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi (hand in hand please!) …splat!
Oh, we can’t forget the U.S. Navy for pulling one of its aircraft carriers from the Mideast as a way to protest the possible cutbacks brought about from the automatic sequestration cuts. It seems the Navy will lose $4 billion over the next six months, an amount not large enough to be considered spit in the ocean. So, Mr. Panetta hold hands with the Navy officials who put their interests above those of the country…splat!
By the way, did you know that sequestration doesn’t mean ACTUAL cuts, but a slow down in spending? According to the Coalition to Reduce Spending:
It’s important to note that the sequester isn’t cutting real spending. The automatic spending “cuts” are only from the bloated CBO baseline. In other words, the sequester will only slow down the rate of spending increases. That means Pentagon spending will still increase over the next ten years even with the sequester.
Now, want to really get sick? According to writer Arnold Ahlert in FrontPageMag.Com latest post on all this sequester hysteria, the real number for our national debt is significantly higher than $16 trillion! When all the government’s “off the books” numbers are added in and counted America’s actual debt is $86.8 trillion, or 550% of GDP!!!
Remember when the MSM used to talk about all those “unfunded liabilities?”
Next in line for their trip over the cliff should be all those in the talking heads and icky economists in the MSM, Obama’s cheerleaders and fear-mongers for ginning up what the sequester really means…Mr. Cooper no pushing,
Ms. Maddow, Mr. Matthews line up, right behind Paul (I love welfare states) Krugman… are you going to be pushed or do you want to jump (?)...splat, splat…splat!
The truth is, the $85 million that the sequestration “cuts” will impose when compared with our $16 trillion deficit are small indeed. When compared with our actual debt of $86 trillion, these cuts are the equivalent of a speck of sand on the Sahara desert.
Hey, Mika and Joe Scarborough next in line. Ah, I love the
smell of napalm sound of Progressives splattering in the morning! SPLAT! SPLAT!