The Party of Fiscal Responsibility

The Party of Fiscal Responsibility
Dave Speck

We’ve all heard the millions of dollars worth of lie-mercials on the TV, all about how the Republicans are the party of fiscal responsibility and it’s the liberals that want to tax and spend.

Let’s pretend that we’re really stupid enough to believe that. Wouldn’t we start to question it after seeing the Republicans rake up nine trillion dollars of the 13 trillion dollars in national debt in the past 30 years?

Okay, let’s pretend we’re so stupid that we still believe the lies. Well, the new Congress has just lied their pledge to uphold the constitution and the Republicans are already burying us in dept even further. They’re stocking up their congressional offices with industry lobbyists. They have taken the “Pay-go” policy that balanced the budget when Clinton was in office and completely ignored it during the Bush years. Now they have changed it to “cut-go”. In other words, we can cut taxes on the billionaires and add trillions of more debt to the American people but we have to cut services for the little people if we add any new services to the little people.

Why is anyone so stupid that they still believe this garbage? The party of lies and garbage.

3 thoughts on “The Party of Fiscal Responsibility”

  1. I’m glad I finally took a breath and realized how poisonous the party really is. Just look at their read-the-constitution gimmick. We’re trying to save money in our government and they spend over a million dollars with a publicity stunt pretending to read the constitution in the House. If you bothered to look at your TV you would have noticed that the House members didn’t really even make it to hear what the constitution said. In fact, the speaker of the house, Boner, was gone! He held a news conference right in the middle. I want my million dollars back from the Republicans.

  2. Oh, ya. I can hardly wait to see how much they shave off the budget now that they hold the purse strings. Probably as much as last time when they added almost 40% to the national debt. Poor Republican voters who still believe the bastards. That, my friends is what it’s like to be taken for a ride.
    And now they have a used car salesman running the show. Poor poor Republican voters. Hello! It’s time to wake up.

  3. Not to mention that they spent over a million dollars of our tax dollars to play their little game of constitution reading lesson that none of them even attended. All for show. A million dollar gimmick by the Republicans and the people who vote for them.

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