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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Business as Usual

It’s Business as Usual.  Today Congress passed the Keystone Pipeline Bill, but doesn’t have enough votes to over ride a veto.  In a few days or weeks, Congress will pass a Bill to repeal Obamacare, but won’t have the votes to repeal it.  In fact, I don’t believe there has been a Bill passed and signed, a regulation shoved down our throats, damaging our economy, nor a Dumbass directive, by der Porch Monkey, that has been or will be repealed or overturned. 

It is so bad, these lazy, chicken choking, politicians can’t repeal the incandescent light bulb ban.  But by God, they’re representing us.  Don’t look for answers from the IRS, the State Dept., or the Fed, as to just how screwed we are.  They won’t give them to us.  But we’ll feel the full force and power of the U.S. Government, while Al Sharpton is dining at the White House, while owing ‘us’ over $5 million dollars and counting.

Now I can understand not having the willpower to reverse the most damaging law the United States has ever shoved down our throats.  There’s hundreds of billions at stake and too many fingers it has to trickle through before it doesn’t come back to us.  But the light bulb ban!?! 

Here’s an idea.  Congress should be denied pay for passing any Bill they know a veto won’t be overridden.  It was a waste of time yesterday, was a waste of time today and will another waste of time tomorrow.  But not to worry.  These assholes are spending other peoples money. 

There exists no punishment too severe for the likes of the clowns on Capitol Hill.  I will always believe that Chris Kyle should have been sent to D.C. instead of Fallujah, Iraq.  Far more civilians and soldiers would have been saved, with a few dozen well placed rounds.

And you could bet that it would no longer be Business as Usual.

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