Monday, October 07, 2013

Strictly stupid: Democratian "business reporter's" tact about whining over the GOP - dumb and dumber

Apparently unable to help himself from joining in on the GOP bashing that the democratian is known for, something by the name of Aaron Corvin (who apparently claims to be a big-time democratian port and economy reporter) joined in the usual pig pile of democratian complaints against the GOP for acting in the best interest's of the people. By finally deciding they've had enough and apparently drawing their line in the sand that they will not be crossed on. Apparently… although time will certainly tell.

This idiot cites a poll, specifically the Quinnipiac poll, to prove his position that the GOP is got it all screwed up.

He fails to mention of course the literally hundreds of polls that indicate that the people of this country do not want Obamacare. This, then, becomes yet another of the many examples of the leftist bent of our local rag, famous for its use of selective facts, and also its use for excluding those inconvenient truths which may actually impact its conclusions.

Odd isn't it? The Democrat administration has caused untold amounts of damage to the United States: our foreign-policy is a shambles, our domestic policy is a shambles, our debt level is astronomical, and what is it that Barack Obama referred to when he refused to vote against the debt ceiling?
The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure.

Leadership failure.

So in 2006 to do this very thing, the empty-suited moron in the White House now called raising the debt ceiling a "leadership failure." In 2013, Corvin typically fails to place any of the blame for the situation at the feet of where it rightfully belongs all parties involved in this melodrama in Congress and the presidency are at fault

For far too many years now, Congress has allowed this idiot to do anything and everything he wants. Typically, it's because they've lacked the balls to actually stand up and do something about it. Because that, would be… Hard.

As long as people let a bully get his way, the more difficult it's going to be to rein him in.

I must admit I am pleasantly surprised to date; since this situation has begun, there is no way that I ever thought the John Boehner had the testicles to actually engage in this fight.

Of course, the fight came years too late, and should've taken place much earlier. But if ever there was an opportunity to say better late than never, this is probably it.

To my mind, Corvin babbling about the GOP's strategy to finally take and make an effort to get spending under control, and to actually put some element of fairness into this massive ripoff that the left so steadfastly supports; shines as yet another excellent example of the leftist bent of this rag. So many words being said by so many other leftists, talking points that would make the DNC green with envy, which have absolutely nothing to do with the issues at hand.

Will this idiot be so quick to condemn when the next polls come out, indicating that the people are horrified at the amounts of money and the limited amounts of coverage that they get from the socialist program that Obama is ramming down our throats? And what about all the lies Obama used to get this passed: the average family will save $2500 a year, if you like your current program you can keep it, if you like your current doctor you can keep them, that kind of thing.

With the endorsement of Tim "the liar" Leavitt, this cancer on our local society is proven that issues such as truth, and integrity, have no place in their political machinations. Corbin's obvious failure to address the underpinnings of the GOP stance here, is yet another in the many examples, of that very tact.

Corvin, obviously, doesn't get it.  Here, let me help:
But people with no pre-existing conditions like Vinson, a 60-year-old retired teacher, and Waschura, a 52-year-old self-employed engineer, are making up the difference.
"I was laughing at Boehner -- until the mail came today,"

Waschura said, referring to House Speaker John Boehner, who is leading the Republican charge to defund Obamacare.
Brochures and handouts on the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, are shown at the education outreach booth sponsor by Daughters of Charity O'Connor Hospital at Santa Clara County Library Alum Rock branch in San Jose on Oct. 1, 2013. (Josie Lepe/Staff)
"I really don't like the Republican tactics, but at least now I can understand why they are so pissed about this. When you take $10,000 out of my family's pocket each year, that's otherwise disposable income or retirement savings that will not be going into our local economy." 
Both Vinson and Waschura have adjusted gross incomes greater than four times the federal poverty level -- the cutoff for a tax credit. And while both said they anticipated their rates would go up, they didn't realize they would rise so much.
If people are looking for political insight, particularly on issues affecting us nationally, then I, for one, believe that the last place they would look to are the musings of the democratian's "port and economy reporter."

My suggestion? That Aaron stick to counting dock pilings, because those numbers would make more sense than the ones he's trying to twist into his leftist vision of the reality that we live in.

There is no place for this kind of opinion babble in any newspaper under any circumstance by any reporter. If this kind of idiocy is what motivates this clown, then perhaps you would be better suited to writing letters to the editor.

(Dictated by Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12.5.)

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