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Posted on 11/08/2010 5:52:17 AM PST by IbJensenEdited on 11/08/2010 5:57:29 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
When Alexander Pope was on his deathbed, his doctor assured him that his breathing, pulse and other vital signs were improving. ``Here I am,'' Pope said to a friend, ``dying of a hundred good symptoms.''
Some Democrats read the election returns as symptoms of health because things could have been worse: ``Happily, we have leprosy, not cholera.'' But embracing the fallacy of false alternatives is not a step toward recuperation. Neither is continuing the attitude Democrats adopted when passing Obamacare and that foretold this election: ``No compromise with the voters!''
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With over 10 trillion dollars in debt, fiscally I'd rather be any place but here! Not to worry, the dangerous FED, under Bernacky will fire up the presses and make 600 billion in worthless paper save the day!
Our new, eagar House needs to take up some real face-lifting and eliminate the FED and a dozen other useless tentacles of this octopus we refer to as the Central Government.
From the article: “Republican chairmen will be able to limit Obama’s ability to use the ``permanent government’’ — the bureaucracy — to accomplish through regulation what he cannot achieve through legislation.”
Your related comment: “Our new, eagar House needs to take up some real face-lifting and eliminate the FED and a dozen other useless tentacles of this octopus we refer to as the Central Government.”
Right on the Mark.