Discussion in 'Community' started by GrandAdmiralJello, Nov 4, 2012.
stiffen... thats so gay
I couldn't find the Random You Tube clips thread, but this might be more appropriate place for this hilarious clip anyway:
yeah, that was excellent.
Texans get 'seccession fever'
Newly elected Tammy Duckworth ready to take on Capital Hill
Glad to see Republicans are starting to rebel against that enemy of the nation Grover Norquist.
What a bunch of tools to let that guy amass so much power while holding no office, etc.
yeah this grover norcris is a real angry nerd. i'm tired of all these angry nerds defending meaningless principles.
I would love to see him and Krugman in a boxing ring. It would be hilarious.
George H.W. Bush summed up my feelings on Norquist perfectly back in July.
Said Bush and he quickly hid under a rock before people with pitchforks and torches would show up.
Wait there is actually a politician by the name of Grover right now? Is it bad that I'm picturing some angry blue-furred monster who sounds like Yoda trying to sell his pitch of a new tax pledge? Well no wonder no one wants to listen to him. I always pictured Grover Cleveland having a goofy voice too.
he's not a politician. he's a lobbyist for the obscenely rich
Even Eric Cantor's backtracking from that pledge.
it does not surprise me that eric cantors has walked it back - he is as flimsy and puttyheaded as john boner. but the tears do not come as easily for him. i myself am going to walk back what i said about grover norcris. i thought he was a radical no-tax freakshow, but that is not what he is.
He would no given he his infamous vow that blew up in his face:
he made a deal with congress to raise taxes if they cut spending and then they farted in his face and never cut spending.
which is what's going to happen this time, by the way.
what, cutting spending and no raising taxes? no, that isn't going to happen.
Yes why do we keep spending MORE AND MORE each year to provide the same services. It is almost like the US population is growing or something, and demand for federally guaranteed services is rising concomitantly. Oh, wait.
ah yes, i forgot about that. you're right, it is inevitable and there is nothing we can do. the coffers are empty but here is an idea: let us print more money and then spend that. that should work i would think.
US bond holders would seem to agree.
then bring on QE25!
you've apparently witnessed a much more competent obama presidency than i have
do not worry roger, repubs will cave. oh yes they will. they will cave and cave and cave.