Get Over It America: Inept Leadership and Myopic Voters


I am starting to understand why Rick Moran is getting disgusted with the world of politics. I have a simple question, though. What is wrong with everyone? Are we this apathetic and cynical that we cannot realize we are on the brink of financial collapse? People, this time the sky really is falling and it is falling fast. You would think times like these would bring out our real leaders, people of great character, ideas, and brilliance. I am looking around and I am not seeing any of that. What I am seeing is Nancy Pelosi shooting her mouth off about whose fault it is, Harry Reid looking like a frightened chihuahua, Barney Frank making stupid jokes, Obama not saying a word so it won't hurt his campaign, McCain claiming we have a bill when we don't have a bill, and the American people wanting blood for a quick fix, do I need to go on? Hell, the only ones trying to offer solutions and acting somewhat non-partisan is the Bush administration.

This is what we are getting from Botox Nancy, or the "Madame Speaker." This is about all this squeaking harpy is capable of.

And now eight years later, the foundation of that fiscal irresponsibility, combined with an anything goes economic policy, has taken us to where we are today. They claim to be free market advocates, when it’s really an anything goes mentality. No regulation, no supervision, no discipline. And if you fail, you will have a golden parachute, and the taxpayer will bail you out.

Those days are over. The party is over in that respect. Democrats believe in a free market. We know that it can create jobs, it can create wealth, it can create many good things in our economy. But in this case, in its unbridled form, as encouraged, supported, by the Republicans — some in the Republican Party, not all — it has created not jobs, not capital, it has created chaos.
This is her plan.

That jobs are lacking, and therefore we need a stimulus package. [1]
The voters in her District should have their voting privileges revoked until the next generation for bringing this moron to power an making the rest of us suffer through her inept stupidity and never knowing when to keep her trap shut.

Good ole Harry Reid, Mr. Senate Majority Leader himself. The epitome of what a leader should not be, a nervous chihuahua pissing on itself. Don't worry he is all about the bipartisan approach, though. Senator Chihuahua on the 24th.

McCain holds the key to such a bipartisan vote, according to Reid, because Republicans are likely to defer to his position on a bill that holds political peril. [2]
On the 27th.

"The insertion of presidential politics has not been helpful, it has been harmful. All McCain has done is stand in front of the cameras." [3]
What did we get from Obamination? This,

Obama said "if you need me call me" regarding huge bailout debate.... [4]
McCain playing political volleyball with the Libturds,

"Our leaders are expected to leave partisanship at the door and come to the table to solve our problems. Senator Obama and his allies in Congress infused unnecessary partisanship into the process," McCain said during a campaign stop in Iowa." [5]
Look at them and look at them well. These are your myopic votes in action, your time wasted not giving an inkling of study to their character or records except what the television has told you. You and I brought this on and now we are suffering through these twits because of ourselves. They reflect our laziness and our apathy. This America, is now your best and brightest in a time of crisis, enjoy them you deserve them and all their great ideas. I'm out.


[1] Transcript of Speaker Pelosi’s Speech
[2] Reid Seeks McCain Pledge
[3] In Other Words for Sept. 27, 2008
[4] Obama likely to keep debate "if you need me call me"
[5] McCain attacks Obama over bailout failure



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