Sunday, January 23, 2011

A New David Gregory?

Mr We'll-Have-to-Leave-it-There is almost being what I would call "tough" on Eric Cantor. Cantor's having a hard tme keeping his cool, calm, slimeball demeanor. He actually says he believes Obama is a legitimate citizen of the United States, which by extension would have to mean that his certificate of live birth is in fact a birth certificate. (some idiots actually believe in their CDO (like OCD, but with the letters in proper order) world that there is a difference) He better hope that his jelly-jacking of the Tea Baggers is sufficient to keep them from eating his ass.

Basically, what the whole episode shows is that the Regressives of Republicorp have no actual plan beyond opposing any and all Obama Democratic proposals. Up next the "round table"

Erin Burnett: What else could we expect but for her to praise the appointment of GE outsourcer Jeff Immelt as the head of his Jobs and Competitiveness council. She thinks it's just great that Obama wants to put business interests -- bonuses and profits and shareholder dividends -- front and center. The woman's answer to the plight of working people is that they embrace Chinese wages and working conditions.

As you prepare for the State of the disUnion Address, remember that "shared sacrifice" means that unemployed working and middle class people can share space and blankets when they live in culverts and cars and under bridges. Two years after the extraordinary measures to save the banking and financial sectors, begun by Bush and continued by Obama, what have we gained?

More foreclosures.

More obscene executive bonuses.

More arguments over the "real" rate of unemployment.

Wow.... Gregory's actually continuing his pointing out the obvious lack of Republicorp health care plans.

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