President Barack Hussein Obama says he wants bi-partisanship. I know he does because his economic toxic debt plan will bankrupt America and it would be nice to have some Republicans on board to share the blame. But what is a three or four year recession or depression if it means buying enough votes to ensure Democrat rule far into the foreseeable future. This is a campaign after all.
Bi-partisanship: the political term for us all working together. Bi-partisanship sounds good, almost too good, urban dwellers getting along with country folk for the good of the country. Who doesn’t like the utopian idea everyone getting along? Just drop your long held beliefs off at the door and step inside – except one side isn’t giving up a thing.
I would call a system where one side in a political issue gives up everything they believe in to get along a form of “Dominatrixanship,” and I would have to wonder about the sorry bastards who would submit to the lash. But hey, it takes all kinds of Republicans to make up a party.
And how about the NH Senator Judd Gregg, I hear he isn’t going to vote on the second trillion dollar toxic debt plan. Isn’t that the same as voting FOR it when the tally of whipped Dominatrixandship asses is down to three?
In any case, we have reality to deal with.
One reality is the Democrat Fannie Mae scheme to lend money to people who would never pay it back got us where we are and the other reality is borrowing trillions of dollars we American taxpayers can never pay back will not solve any financial problem.
Then there is the reality of the government printing money to give away and the subsequent, Jimmy carter scale inflation, which will follow. EVERYTHING you buy will cost EVERYTHING you have EVERY time.
Oh true beleivers. Only during times of true Barack Obama social justice will we have equality, the kind of equality where city dwellers and country folk have one thing in common:
Clean, skin and cut two squirrels into small pieces. Soak in salted water, or water with a little vinegar added, changing water several times. Drain, dry and roll in seasoned flour. Sauté in bacon fat until slightly browned, then place in greased pie dish or bowl, add two cups liquid (made up of wine, cider, beer, crushed fruit , or a little vinegar, and water or stock), salt and pepper, one thinly sliced onion, herbs of your choice. Cover and cook on top stove for 1 ½, or in moderate oven for two hours. Remove and thicken the stock with a little flour. Take out part of the gravy and add tomatoes, sauce or catsup if you can find some, to serve with the pie. Meanwhile, cover meat dish with pastry or biscuit dough, slit for steam to escape, and bake for 20 minutes in hot oven.This recipe will serve about ten people waiting for their stimulus check from President Obama. Remember: Congress voted to make squirrels an endangered species so be carefull when you catch them that you do not get caught or you could wind up in Gitmo with the Bush family.