Just because it exists, doesn't mean you should buy or wear it if your butt is already as big as the side of a barn. Just because Wimpy tells you he will pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today, doesn't mean you will ever see the money. In spite of all things rational, the stinker Debt Reduction Act passed the House and will most likely pass the Senate. The Democrats should be thrilled because Barack Obama gets to start spending billions immediately. The word budget and the concept of debt reduction mean absolutely nothing to the majority in Washington. According to Rasmussen, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann are the GOP Front-Runners in the presidential race -- Bachmann voted against the Debt Reduction Act; Romney and Perry publicly stated they were against it. This should tell the other candidates and current politicians what the people really want.
Example: Let's say I'm short of money this month. Do I not purchase my much needed medicine or food and instead spend those precious dollars on a shiny new diamond necklace I've had my eye on for years? To most sane people the answer is obvious, I buy the medicine and forgo the unnecessary necklace. I do not go into debt for things I do not need and cannot pay for.
Enter Barack Hussein Obama and pals who suffer from chronic spending. When confronted with their wild spending habits, they threaten to hold back payments to elderly and the military, while continuing to spend on things like terrorists in Libya and too many other countries around the world to mention each by name.
How about all those exaggerated reconstruction costs in Iraq, or the illegal funds to ACORN, or all the CZARS that have no right to exist under the Constitution. We could cut entire departments within the Federal government and cut our costs, cut our obligations. But no, we must scare scenior citizens and cut our military.
It't time for some REAL changes in Washington.
We could be slim and trim as a nation. With the right leaders