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Trifecta Trounces Turbo Tax Timmy’s Tomfoolery & Turpitude

Posted on | February 26, 2012 | 7 Comments

by Smitty

Whittle’s head is on the verge of ‘sploding here as he tries to get his mind around the blend of idiocy and the diabolical presented to the Congress in the form of this year’s White House budget input.

The question of why we are incapable of coaxing someone like Paul Ryan to run for President is an interesting sidebar.

In response, the American people are reaping what we’ve sown these decades. No real point in blaming the victim, but what we need to understand is that the country is going to have to enter a third, post-Progressive phase that resurrects symbols such as truth, integrity, and sincerity. The last century of Commie crap, resulting in #OccupyResoluteDesk, DELENDA EST.


7 Responses to “Trifecta Trounces Turbo Tax Timmy’s Tomfoolery & Turpitude”

  1. richard mcenroe
    February 26th, 2012 @ 1:41 pm

    You only want truth, integrity and sincerity BECAUSE YOU HATE MITT ROMNEY!

  2. richard mcenroe
    February 26th, 2012 @ 1:41 pm

    Hope that got that out of the way early.

  3. richard mcenroe
    February 26th, 2012 @ 1:46 pm

    All these damned Republicans miss the point.  With WH terms limits Obama’s out of office WAY before 2027.  So what’s the problem?

  4. Adjoran
    February 26th, 2012 @ 2:26 pm

    Paul Ryan?  Love him, but he isn’t close to being qualified to be President yet.  He’s never run anything bigger than his congressional office and committee staff.  He needs to go back to Wisconsin and serve a term or two as Governor and get some meaningful administrative experience (the private sector or military would do, too, but you don’t get to start at the top in those areas – which should be a hint for legislators seeking to be President).

    Same goes for Marco Rubio.

    We’ve got a next-wave bench already:  Jindal, Walker, McDonnell, Scott, Johnson, Christie, and others.

    It takes more than being able to give a good speech to be a good President.  That’s why we rarely elect legislators, and why only one legislator elected did a good job (Garfield was a reformer, but the federal government wasn’t nearly such a huge operation when he ran it).

    Or maybe you think Harding, Kennedy, and Obama were good Presidents?  Or you think “But it will be different THIS time”?  In either case, you should sit down and be quiet – it seems you’ve had quite a blow to the head.

  5. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    February 26th, 2012 @ 3:51 pm

    Unfortunately the “Debt Star” is already almost here and we are truly truly screwed.  Sorry Adjoran, but we need a Paul Ryan who gets the numbers.  While Mitt Romney certainly has the financial skill set for number crunching, he does not seem to have the fortitude to lead the American people where they have to go.   

  6. Quartermaster
    February 26th, 2012 @ 8:40 pm

    Harding was certainly better than the other two, as well as Carter, whom you don’t mention.

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