Having shunned gratuitous name calling of P-BO, Lex must reluctantly un-shun for this post. P-BO’s speech yesterday left me no choice.
Now, where to start? February, that’s a good start. Anyone who is not a brain-dead Demo-Dope will recall that Feb was when this know nothing, do nothing, be nothing oxygen thief released his first 2012 budget proposal. Now, in April, like everything in this worthless pile of crap’s life, he gets the mandatory affirmative action do over.
Either Mr. Nothing Between the Jug Ears wasn’t serious in Feb, or he isn’t serious now. Which is it? Oh, the third option you say. He isn’t serious in either case.
So what did we learn about this low class loser’s plan for avoiding fiscal disaster? Nothing really. All we heard is that it’s George Bush’s fault. Who couldn’t see that one coming from this whimpering little phallic device? It’s all George’s fault and he won’t sign onto anything in the Ryan plan even though much of Ryan’s plan is based on the recommendations of his own deficit reduction commission. Isn’t that sort of like calling yourself a dumb@$$? If that’s the case, that’d be the one thing he got right yesterday. He’s a dumb@$$.
Then this little weasel calls Ryan’s plan or at least some of the provisions in the plan un-American. Where does this spineless little cretin get off determining what’s un-American. What would he know about it?
I’ll tell you what’s un-American you lying sack $h!t, calling Americans who don’t agree with your Marxist BS the “enemy;” sitting in the pew of a church listening to some crazed lunatic damn America; bringing a communist into the WH to be your green advisor; spending more time talking to the American people about your worthless loser of a bracket than the war you started; refusing to take responsibility for doubling the nation’s debt in just two lousy years; worse than not taking responsibility for your own mess is tying to blame that mess on someone else. That’s all un-American. And that is what this puny little punk piece of human debris is.
Now if I were in politics, all of the above would sound something like this:
“When the President reached out to ask us to attend his speech, we were expecting an olive branch. Instead, his speech was excessively partisan, dramatically inaccurate, and hopelessly inadequate to address our fiscal crisis. What we heard today was not fiscal leadership from our commander-in-chief; we heard a political broadside from our campaigner-in-chief.
“Last year, in the absence of a serious budget, the President created a Fiscal Commission. He then ignored its recommendations and omitted any of its major proposals from his budget, and now he wants to delegate leadership to yet another commission to solve a problem he refuses to confront.
“We need leadership, not a doubling down on the politics of the past. By failing to seriously confront the most predictable economic crisis in our history, this President’s policies are committing our children to a diminished future. We are looking for bipartisan solutions, not partisan rhetoric. When the President is ready to get serious about confronting this challenge, we'll be here.”
That was Paul Ryan’s response to the punk-in-chief. Boehner had better take note. The debt ceiling should not be raised while the campaigner-in-chief insists on acting like the jackass- in-chief. Screw the skinny dope smoking punk. Shut the whole thing down and refuse to start it up for the next two years. At least that would result in real deficit reductions. Re-shun.