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    Re: Senate OKs jobless aid after Sen. Bunning relents

    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Tick View Post
    Richard Nixon did so in 1969. He was the last conservative president. Since then all Republican presidents have been fascists, not conservatives. They've gone so far to the right, they make arch conservative Dick Nixon look like a liberal. The Democrats today are the conservative party, the Greens are the liberals, and the Republicans are the fascists. The Republican Party is 100 percent owned by the corporations and does not represent the interests of the American people one iota.

    The Republican Party started two unnecessary wars that had nothing to do with defending the country, which have massively run up the deficits. Now they're complaining about deficit spending in the mess they created.

    The way to get the budget back in balance is to pull out of both wars!

    The next step, which would not have anything to do with balancing the budget, but which would be the right thing to do, would be to arrest George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and Condoleezza Rice and put them on trial for crimes against humanity. They deserve to spend the rest of their lives in prison for betraying their country.

    And shame on the evil people who supported them. Anyone who votes Republican betrays their country every bit as much as if they supported Al Quaida. The Republican Party is a fascist party and is the enemy of the United States. It's unAmerican to vote Republican.

    Obama is far, far too conservative. He won't have George W. Bush arrested for treason even though it's obvious he should. Justice would be if George W. Bush spent the rest of his life in a small cell wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and eating bologna sandwiches and if the Republican Party were abandoned by the American people and died, if all Americans finally had affordable health care. And, yes, if our budget were finally in balance, and never again unbalanced by the Fascist Republican Party.
    Putting your rants of Fascism aside, let's look at the spending part of it, since it is pretty much the topic of this thread, and what Senator Bunning was addressing:

    1) Sure, absolutely, Bush spent like a drunken sailor.

    2) Obama has passed out, and is somehow still drinking.

    3) But, to put it all on Bush, without addressing Obama's reckless spending, is dishonest. It takes two to tango, and Democrats and Republicans are perfect dance partners. They win top honors at the bar they have been dancing in, but damn it, someone needs to CUT THEM OFF, and KICK THEM OUT. They are out of control. No more Kool-Aid schnapps for them. They have had enough.
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    Re: Senate OKs jobless aid after Sen. Bunning relents

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenboy219 View Post
    I'm really not interested in the FACTS. Care to address my comment?
    Fixed it for you.
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    Re: Senate OKs jobless aid after Sen. Bunning relents

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Fixed it for you.
    And not so much as some insight as to why? Typical....
    It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
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