Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Super Duper Politburo dud

It's not enough that Republicans would fold to the Super Committee Democrats by showing their willingness to shrug off the conservative will of their constituents and, as National Journal described yesterday, "accept hundreds of billions of dollars in net tax increases over a decade as a part of a super committee deal," only to be rejected by the tax obsessed Democrats on what Levin accurately describes as the Super Duper Politburo.  Now, Rand Paul breaks news exclusively to Sean Hannity that Democrats have altogether walked away from the negotiating table! Who won't compromise, again?



What this is really about is just as Sean alludes to: gutting the Defense Department, if they can't have their tax increases.  Also, as Sen. Paul explains, "It helps [Obama's] campaign not to have a deal, so I don't think he cares at all what this will do to people's retirement accounts on November 23, November 24, if the stock market plummets. The President doesn't care about your retirement account, he cares only about his election, and any deal will not be good for his election." 

As was made well known by most conservatives when the deal was sealed in the frantic do-it-now-or-everything-will-blow-up moment back a few months ago, what a worthless, stupid deal for the Republican leadership to accept.  Boehner, Cantor, McConnell...happy, guys?  This Super Committee crap has been a dud since its inception when it comes to the proper constitutional role of the the legislature.  Genuine leadership should know that.

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