As a born and bred Georgian of generations going back to the Civil War, I am against Chambliss’ and Isakson’s cowardly backsliding. They attempted to sell this country down the river with Bush and McCain years ago on illegals and they both (Johnny will follow Saxby) are just plain cowards that don’t want to work for their constituents.
I am against taxing hardworking, net-tax paying citizens soley to keep the entitlements flowing to no-good frigging leeches that don’t add one ounce of value to this country and never will. I am against gutting our military with sequestration so that another insolvent minority (just out of bankruptcy) can buy another house to live Obama’s American-Islamic Socialist dream. If this means ‘cliff’ then so frigging be it. I’d sooner see it burned.
posted on 11/23/2012 10:19:03 AM PST
One thing is certain, and that is the cliff. Talk about pain, going over the cliff is not going to be painless. I will again say am against tax increases. The problem in D.C., on this issue, remains constant. Taxes are raised, or jobs get created and revenues increase, yet spending is never cut to slow the debt. D.C. always spends more than D.C. takes in. The last President to address this issue, President Reagan thought he had a deal to decrease the debt. At that time the debt was five trillion. The democRATS Tip O’Neil shook hands, on the deal, with President Reagan and lied and increased the debt. The non-answer to this issue has caused pain. More pain is probably coming because of O’Neil not honoring the deal President Reagan and O’Neil shook hand on. Where this goes is any-ones guess. I still blame democRATS.
posted on 11/23/2012 10:27:56 AM PST
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