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  • omni1tsd omni1tsd Dec 28, 2012 8:12 AM Flag

    Dimwit dem Steny Hoyer says cutting spending is like shooting your child

    This is truly how D_U_M_B dems are. Steny Hoyer on the record stating repub Congress mandating spending cuts is like us (parents) stating 'if you don't give me what I want I will shoot my child.' Now could you imagine coming up with a more ridiculous comment at such juncture in time. We have a spending problem folks not a taxing problem and that is clearly evident. Besides all the combined wealth of USA richest would only run economy for 7 months. The dems truly are eyeing the middle class for tax increases as that is where the true cumulative wealth of our nation lies. Just the ridiculously low threshold of $250K as the floor of the evil rich as defined by Hawaii Five O Bama should tell you where this thing is truly headed. All the class warfare against that evil rich finally landed at a peasely $250K that will slam every small business worth its salt in the USA today. More companies are going to shut down and Hawaii Five O Bama will keep ;playing the class warfare Karl Marx games. I pray to the good Lord God repubs find the backbone to let her go off the cliff for noone deserves better to be there than Hawaii Five O Bama after 100 years of primary dem, Fed debt leveraging failed control. Now remember as Steny said 'not getting your way with your wife to cut household spending is just like shooting your kid.' DC want a cumulative mass of worthless failed flesh. Surely we could find 600 or so more intelligent folks to run this ship.

 
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