Yeah, if they’re no longer doing tours (a stunt just intended to piss off the public), did those tour guides get laid off? If not, what ARE they doing now? Just sitting around?
You go from one democrat president to the next one and you barely have to change headlines............
With all the various sexes represented in this evil White Hut who is getting LAID?
Why don't you bring up the 16,000 new IRS agents hired to enforce the Obamacare taxes?
Why don't you bring up the 38(?) "CZARS" the Administration hired plus all their staffs?
Why don't you bring up the 1.6 BILLION rounds of hollow point ammunition DHS has purchased?
Why don't you bring up the 2,700 MRAP armored personnel carriers DHS has purchased?
There are so many extravagancies in this Administration.
For God's sake, Boehner, learn from Alinsky - USE RIDICULE ON THEM! Do you need help with more?
But no, those things are rechargable, so it's not the batteries - it's the electricity to recharge them that was sequestered.
But no, the White House uses more electricity than Al Gore's house, so you wouldn't really notice the recharging of those little talkie sticks. So it's the...
You know, I don't really know...
Now that Boehner has stopped crying long enough to complain that his constituents can no longer call their Representative and get a White House tour , how about he starts asking about giving millions to Christian killing Egypt.
Ask about some of these things being cut.
* Corporation for Public Broadcasting Subsidy — $445 million annual savings.
> * Save America ‘s Treasures Program — $25 million annual savings.
> * International Fund for Ireland — $17 million annual savings.
> * Legal Services Corporation — $420 million annual savings.
> * National Endowment for the Arts — $167.5 million annual savings.
> * National Endowment for the Humanities — $167.5 million annual Savings.
> * Hope VI Program — $250 million Annual savings.
> * Amtrak Subsidies — $1.565 billion annual savings.
> * Eliminate duplicating education programs — H.R. 2274 (in last
> Congress), authored by
> Rep. McKeon, eliminates 68 at a savings of $1.3 billion annually.
> * U.S. Trade Development Agency — $55 million annual savings.
> * WoodrowWilsonCenter Subsidy — $20 million annual savings.
> * Cut in half funding for congressional printing and binding — $47
> million annual savings.
> * JohnC.StennisCenter Subsidy — $430,000 annual savings.
> * Community Development Fund — $4.5 billion annual savings.
> * Heritage Area Grants and Statutory Aid — $24 million annual savings.
> * Cut Federal Travel Budget in Half — $7.5 billion annual savings
> * Trim Federal Vehicle Budget by 20% — $600 million annual savings.
> * Essential Air Service — $150 million annual savings.
> * Technology Innovation Program — $70 Million annual savings.
> * Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Program — $125 million annual
> * Department of Energy Grants to States for Weatherization — $530 million
> annual savings.
> * Beach Replenishment — $95 million annual savings.
> * New Starts Transit — $2 billion annual savings.
> * Exchange Programs for Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Their
> Trading Partners in Massachusetts — $9 million annual savings
> * Intercity and High Speed Rail Grants — $2.5 billion annual savings.
> * Title X Family Planning — $318 million annual savings.
> * Appalachian Regional Commission — $76 million annual savings.
> * Economic Development Administration — $293 million annual savings.
> * Programs under the National and Community Services Act — $1.15 billion
> annual savings.
> * Applied Research at Department of Energy — $1.27 billion annual savings.
> * Freedom CAR and Fuel Partnership — $200 million annual savings.
> * Energy Star Program — $52 million annual savings.
> * Economic Assistance to Egypt — $250 million annually.
> * U.S. Agency for InternationalDevelopment — $1.39 billion annual savings.
> * General Assistance to District of Columbia — $210 million annual savings.
> * Subsidy for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority — $150
> million annual savings.
> * Presidential Campaign Fund — $775 millionsavings over ten years.
> * No funding for federal office space acquisition — $864 million annual
> * End prohibitions on competitive sourcing of government services.
> * Repeal the Davis-Bacon Act — More than $1 billion annually.
> * IRS Direct Deposit: Require the IRS to deposit fees for some services it
That’s progress. Twenty years ago during the Clinton administration, the question would not have included the word “off”.
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Beautiful. Mr. Speaker, whoever advised you to say this, use them for all of your statement advice in the future.
As suggested by awesome Rep. Louie Gohmert, hopefully 0's golf game will take a hit too ...
Damn that Gohmert. No golf until the sequester is over.
picture source: FReeper RoscoeKarns lives on (where have you gone roscoe?)
VP Joe Biden, thinking out loud:
“OK—here’s the condumdrum.
“You got `Jack’ and `Jill’, right?
“Both good kids, both children of good Democrats working as tour guides in the White House.
“The Republicans have wrecked the economy, once again, with this whole Seekwester—whatever!—thingee, so whatchugonna do?
“Lay `Jill’ or `Jack’ off? Both? Huh? What a world, what a world.
“We’re stuned, these are series questions and we demand answers.”