Friday, February 7, 2014

Political Stew

It's winter time and what better time for stew... political stew!                                       

Here we go . . .                              

Isn't it strange that former U.S. House rep Ron Paul (Republican-Texas) was largely ignored by the main stream media but yet his ass clown son Rand Paul, a U.S. Senator (Republican-Kentucky) gets constant main stream media coverage?  Go figure.

How about U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (Republican-Illinois) who had a serious stroke two years ago and got the help HE needed then turns around and votes NO to those in need for much needed extension of unemployment payments.  The bill came up short by one vote. WHAT A STROKE Mark Kirk is ... pun intended!

President Barack Obama needs to get his head out of his ass and forget about wanting to "fast track" the God forsaken legislation known as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP)  that will just assure that millions more of Americans watch their decent paying jobs go overseas to countries that pay slave wages to people.

Tell me again why anyone in their right mind would vote to keep the Republican party in control of the U.S. House of representatives and possibly give these ass clowns control of the U.S. Senate? Haven't they done enough damage to this country already?

How about that jackoff Paul Ryan (Republican-Wisconsin) proposing even more cuts to the poorest people of this country who have already seen cuts in food stamps they receive or else have been denied extension of unemployment payments THEY PAID INTO WHILE THEY WERE EMPLOYED AT ONE TIME.

Is it just me or does this country seem to be headed toward third world country status, that is if we haven't attained it already?

Is there anyone other than U.S. Senators Bernie Sanders (Independent- Vermont) and Elizabeth Warren (Democrat- Massachusetts) that are actually proposing any kind of meaningful legislation for the working people of this country?

Why has Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer (Democrat) suddenly reversed course and now supports the Keystone XL Tar Sands Oil pipeline? While we're at it, the same can be asked of political talker Ed Schultz regarding this same topic.

Raise your hand if you agree with me that current Speaker of the U.S. House John Boehner (Republican- Ohio) has got to go.

And finally . . . will anything get done this year in the U.S. Congress seeing this is a mid-term Election Year?

1 comment:

  1. Reading that makes me wanna suffer a Silkwood scrubdown.