Thursday, September 25, 2008
Dems Fiddle While We Burn
I wish I could have been there to see the bloated butt pirate, Barney Frank, throw a hissy fit and storm out of the emergency bailout meetings today, all the while fiddling as the world around him was burning. I can just see him all teared up, spitting and sputtering through his lispy tirade, pleading for "The One" to come to his rescue and make the evil Republicans agree to whatever Butt Buddy Barney wanted that would protect his friends and his own obvious corruption. Frank, Obama, Dodd, etc. are all neck deep in the crap that was brought upon us by the Clinton administration, their liberal policies, and the Clintonistas that took over Fanny May and Freddie Mac. Those same Clintonistas cooked the books in order to take lucrative bonuses and then turned around and donated millions of dollars to Demoncrats. To be fair, smaller amounts of money were also given to Republicans, but far less. These corrupt and now rich, clintonites now, coincidentally work for the Obamassiah's campaign.
Basically, The Clinton policy of trying to give anyone and everyone a house and then tell banks to cross their fingers and hope they'd be paid back, obviously was destined to fail. Now, the country is burning and these corrupt dirt bags are fiddling. The Dems are in no hurry to make a deal. They would much rather see the country blown up financially if it means that they can cry and moan and point their filthy fingers at Republicans - namely, Bush and McCain. The fact is, They're extremely culpable, more so than the Bush administration or Republicans.
Now, as McCain calls for swift action and to get it done before anything else, Obamassiah proves once again that he'd much rather demonstrate his fiddling ability than do his senatorial job and try to help the country. The man is a JOKE! Keep in mind; he is the most liberal member of the lowest rated Senate in history. On top of that, he is the most inexperienced candidate in history. God help us!
So, enjoy the music while it lasts. Even the fiddles may be repo'd soon.