Thursday, July 14, 2011

Spoiled Brat, Cry-Baby Republican Eric Cantor Caters to the Rich & Refuses to Negotiate!

Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, spoiled and crying, refused to give an inch on the Debt Ceiling talks. He stomped his foot in a tantrum and argued with the President. He continues to pander to the Rich and continues to demand cuts to Medicare and Social Security. Not only did he argue with our President in a meeting yesterday -- demanding continued Tax Cuts for the Rich, but he also refused to consider removing ANY Tax Loopholes for the Rich. The Rich certainly have him in their pocket!

Cantor, pandering to the Tea Party, argued with the President. First he refused to support any deal, then flip flopped on a short term deal, then outright lied to reporters after the meeting. At one point in the meeting, President Obama said the political wrangling confirmed what the public considers to be the worst of Washington.

It is clear the Tea Partiers DO NOT UNDERSTAND the impact of NOT raising the debt ceiling will have on our economy, on our Interest Rates and the immediate impact of NOT paying our bills, including checks for Social Security, our Federal Workers and Contractors. The Republicans CLEARLY will be to Blame if this issue is not resolved soon!

2 comments:

Vicente Duque said...

The impasse of Obama and the Republicans on the Debt Ceiling : How to apply "Cow Philosophy" to solve the Deadlock, and overcome the Stalemate. Contribution of Cows to Politics - Also useful for Governors of States in Budget Turmoil
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When in Big Political Trouble apply the Great Philosophy and Humanity or Cowmanity that Cows in the fields and prairies teach us. They have a lot of Wisdom. And are not so prejudiced, bigoted, partisan and stubborn as human beings. They are more patient and productive than a House of Representatives.


One can't milk the cow and eat it at the same time.
Proverb

In jail you don't have to milk the cow.
Proverb

Sacred cows make the best hamburgers.
Mark Twain

All is not butter that comes from the cow.
Proverb

Whoever needs milk, bows to the animal.
Yiddish Saying

Milk the cow, but do not pull off the udder.
Greek Proverb

Greatness alone in not enough, or the cow would outrun the hare.
Proverb

He who lets the goat be laid on his shoulders is soon after forced to carry the cow.
Italian Proverb

Parties who want milk should not seat themselves on a stool in the middle of the field in hopes that the cow will back up to them.
Elbert Hubbard

There's something about getting up at 5 a.m., feeding the stock and chickens, and milking a couple of cows before breakfast that gives you a lifelong respect for the price of butter and eggs.
Bill Vaughan

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