Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Where's the Democrat plan? Nada, zilch, no where to be seen

Now that the Republicans, via Paul Ryan, have released a plan to restore fiscal sanity in Washington, where is the counter-plan from the Democrats? Well, doesn't seem that they have one.

Their plan is to continue with the status quo, regardless of the outcome, because it's the "nice" thing to do. Pelosi's response to Ryan's plan is typical, and stupid, even for witch Nancy:

While Ryan was announcing his plan at a press conference, she tweeted:
The #GOP Ryan budget is a path to poverty for America's seniors & children and a road to riches for big oil #GOPvalues

#GOP Path to Poverty budget eliminates guaranteed benefits for seniors under Medicare #GOPvalues
These are nothing but scare tactics. I guess she'd rather spend us into oblivion. Then everyone would be poor. But we'd all feel good on the way down.

E.J. Dionne, I assume, takes the position of most liberals. He writes about how radical the conservatives in Washington are, how Ryan's plan would "reportedly" do this and that, taking from the poor and giving to the rich, and that overall, the GOP wants to take us all back to 1956. Reportedly, he writes. Which means he hasn't read the document that he criticizes; instead he relies on others to do his investigation for him. Typical lazy liberal bullshit.

And I'll bet that Nancy hasn't read it either. Remember "we have to vote on the bill so we can read it" Nancy? She couldn't get the House to pass a budget last year. With a supermajority. The democrats controlled Congress for four years. Our deficit nearly doubled during those four years. They should be ashamed of what they've done, not proud.

But what else can you expect from twisted minds?

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