Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The Party That Couldn't Take Yes For an Answer

It's nice to see moderate Republican David Brooks has finally
woke up and realized the radicals currently in charge of his
party have no interest in actually solving problems on a
bipartisan basis.


S.W. Anderson said...

Coal-fired electric plants belching soot into the air with impunity; refineries poisoning the air and ground hard up against residential areas; banks free to financially rape, robe and pillage the peasants every few years with no accountability; a union-free America; and people dark of skin and foreign of birth kept in "their place," which has nothing to do with voting booths — these are the sugar-plum fairies dancing in Republicans' heads.

They're interested only in solving problems like oversight, regulation and taxation for their fat-cat backers, not in governing. As for a "bipartisan basis," what a bizarre thought.

T. Paine said...

Brooks may be suffering from a brain aneurism, I suspect.

As for Anderson, who the hell gave him our goals list?

Give me a break!

free0352 said...

Mental note: give money to who ever runs against Brooks. These establishment Republicans are going to have to learn people like Anderson and Jim don't vote for them. People like Paine and I do. There job is to represent us, and their job is to vote no. We are done funding this President's liberal agenda. Its time Washington learned to live within its enormous 200 billion per moth allouance. No more blank checks, no more credit card spending. The President can pay debt interest and fund the government within the revanue taxes generate- government has abused its privilage to borrow for far too long. Its time Washington lived within its means. In fact, its about 65 years past time. No new taxes, no new debt, no compromise.

free0352 said...

Oh whoops, I was under the impression Brooks was an elected official, when it turns out he's just a random douche bag.

S.W. Anderson said...

free0352, the depth and breadth of your knowledge never ceases to amaze. And so well read.

Take the rest of the day off.

free0352 said...

I know it's shocking I don't have the name of every member of Congress' name memorized. This must have been a major achievement for you.