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  • idealcarpentry idealcarpentry Oct 30, 2013 4:43 PM Flag

    What I think is going to be SOOO Amusing....

    Will be when Feb 17 Roles around and these CLOWNS have to talk all over again on how we will BORROW More money or funnier yet how will we manage or pay down our debt.

    Perhaps they need the time to create another MAGIC Accounting trick the changes numbers from 1 through ten into ZERO's ... LOL Or maybe we will allow for Energy consumption as Revenue increase . Oh I got one. INCREASE IN GDP By the Population Weight... I mean after all We are COWS And We are even starting to weigh as much since the report is out saying Obesity is now an epidemic and that 33% of all americans are Obese .... 2020 Projected numbers says 50% will be Obese,,, LMFAO... Bunch of FAT #$%$... Maybe this is why these Politicians get away with all this #$%$.... Everyone to lazy to get off their fat ars and BOYCOTT.. Who cares right as long as I have my Super Size Soda and the Gulping Extra large Straw so I can Suck down Oz at a time.....Oh this poor poor world...

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    • I feel your angst. The underlying problem is the general population that voted in their congressman to stand up for their perk. The AARP (largest PAC of all) has not asked for a reduction in spending. Government employees have not asked for a reduction in pensions. The furloughed employees did not ask for unpaid nonwork. Those that fraud medicare, SS, or cheat on their taxes did not ask to pay their fair share.
      Most everyone is asking for the status quo, or even more what they are already getting, and thus the train rolls on. 70% of Americans are obese (just looked it up). Since more Americans are going on disability, retirement and foodstamps than employment, we are in trouble. How do you get the shrinking working class to pay more taxes than they can possibly pay for?
      My solution is across the board pay cuts in government, reduced pension, term limits and a mandatory balanced budget in 5 years. But that would never fly. It makes too much sense.
      Buy silver.

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