So today the lead RINO John McCain had a negative reaction when he insisted that The Obama respected the consititution. McCain is in a battle to retrain his Senate Seat and I think he made a huge mistake. Let the fucking liberals vote as a block and hopefully the RINO’s will get in line with republicans and vote as a block against it. Since the American people are very much against any form of government health care they need to stand fast and not be such a dumbshit as McCain was. Watch the video.
Now while The Obama took time from his vacation at Marxist Vineyard today he took credit for turning us away from The Greatest Depression. Do any of you dumbshits actually believe that? Here take a look at a little graph that displays the deficit against the share of the GDP.
That should scare you. Those of you with baked brains say it’s all Bush’s fault and in your little haze I’m sure you believe that but sober up long enough to face a few simple facts. The Obama’s White House and the Congressional Budget Office told us that current U.S. fiscal policy is “borrow and spend” on a hyperlink. The good news is the deficit for 2009 will be “only” $1.58 trillion, about $250 billion lower than expected thanks to less need for TARP funds. But the Obama fiscal plan envisions $9 trillion in new borrowing over the next decade, which is $2 trillion more debt than the White House predicted earlier this year. The 2010 deficit also rises by about as much as the 2009 deficit falls from January, so even the TARP windfall gets spent.
These deficit estimates are driven entirely by more domestic spending and already assume huge new tax increases. CBO predicts that debt held by the public as a share of GDP, which was 40.8% in 2008, will rise to 67.8% in 2019—and then keep climbing after that. CBO says this is “unsustainable,” but even this forecast may be optimistic.
So it was way too high at 40.8 under Bush but you dumbshits elected an idiot who will drive it up close to 70%. Add the health care bullshit on top of it and you’ll have a collaspe. It will be all Bush’s fault of course because that’s what you want to believe.
You’d better write your elected officials and write them today. The link to them is on the right side of this page. Don’t screw around, write them. Our newly elected hyper liberal Senator in Oregon Jeff Merkley today stated that the current plan for health care won’t happen this year and probably never happen. Don’t let that smoke screen make you confident. His office has been swamped with emails, letters and phone calls. He knows how we feel. But when Reid corners him for a vote he’ll cave in because he’s a fucking rubber stamp for Obama.