The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave…Americans have sung those words for ceturies now…and rightfully so. Our Best and Brightest have sacrificed themselves all over the globe for the cause of liberty.
Americans are the most generous people on the face of the Earth…and, by the way, Conservatives are the most generous of all Americans, leading Liberals in charitible giving by a 3-to-1 margin. But, I digress…
Debbie Wasserman Shultz, chairperson of the Democratic Party, is accusing the Republican Party of trying to impose “dictatorship” through their tactics in the Debt Ceiling Negotiations. According to the wild-eyed Lib, the rhetoric coming from the Republicans could “spark panic and chaos,” which she called “potentially devastating” to the economy.
In a telephone interview with politico.com, Madame Chairperson offered the following commentary:
Aren’t we at the point where the closer we get to chaos, the more concern that there should be about coming to the table and compromising with Democrats? This is not leadership. This is almost like dictatorship. I know they want to force the outcome that … their extremists would like to impose. But they are getting ready to spark panic and chaos, and they seem to be OK with that. And it’s just really disappointing, and potentially devastating.
Wasserman Schultz went on to reference a movie clip House Republican Whip Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) had played Tuesday during a closed-door meeting of the House Republican Conference. The brief clip was from “The Town,”. According to Republicans, it was intended to send the message that “we’re all in this together.”
She did not appreciate it, one bit:
They start the day with trying to incite their caucus with, essentially, violent movie clips – pushing their people to inflict pain and hurt people.
Michael Steel, press secretary to House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), fired back:
Given how serious the situation is – and the situation is serious – why is she spending time complaining about Kevin McCarthy’s taste in movies?
Wasserman Schultz didn’t care. She added:
What should be happening is what we’ve been ready to do for months. Ideally, what should be happening is a big deal – a big solution for a big problem, as the president has pushed for. At this point, it’s probable that we’re too close to the breaking point on Tuesday for that to happen.
At the very least, we should come to the table and hammer out a compromise that has the balance in it that the overwhelming majority of the American people want – and not just pile all the pain on seniors, on children, on the middle class and working families.
It’s just shockingly irresponsible that the closer we get to the breaking point here, the more irresponsible – and the closer they are to pushing us to chaos, as if that is the desired outcome.
We’ve been sitting at the compromise table for a long time. We’re just waiting for that cold chair to be warmed up by the Republican leadership. They still have time to do the right thing and be responsible. They just seem to be moving further and further away from it.
Since this bunch of “New Democrats” took over Congress in 2007, America has been on the Crazy Train to Financial Oblivion. And this chick is blaming the Republicans?
Gimme a break.
Debbie, sweetie, the whole country has been watching as your dear and precious leader, President Barack Hussein Obama, has been acting like a petulant 2 year old, throwing hissy fits on national television, because he lacks the professionalism, experience, and patriotism to effectively carry out his duties as President of the United States of America.
Instead of being worried about being an effective steward, in charge of the greatest country on God’s green Earth, he and his wife are trying to control what Americans eat, as if they were our parents, and responsible for OUR children and grandchildren.
Here’s some news for you to pass along to your president, cupcake:
My 3 1/2 year old grandson will have McDonald’s french fries with his Grandpa any cotton-pickin’ time he wants them. And there ain’t a dadgum thing that any of you Progressive Nanny-staters can do about it.
Now, back on topic: As far as these Debt Ceiling Negotiations are concerned, your leader and your political party have shown who the real foes of bi-partisanship are, from Harry Reid’s threats to block Boehner’s proposal, to Obama’s promise to veto it, if it passes the Senate.
In conclusion, pookie, you and the rest of your party’s leadership need to continue being the rating, raving, idiot Nanny-staters that you are.
Your president’s and your Congress’ out-of-control spending have gotten us into this Financial Freefall that we’re in. And, no matter how you try to spin the situation, the American people know exactly who is responsible.
That is why Obama’s approval numbers are majestically circling down the porcelain receptacle.
All of your tantrums and snotty behavior have kept Americans focused on reclaiming our country, as we head towards November 6, 2012.
My grandson and I will see you at McDonald’s, precious…and we’ll save you a french fry.