December 15, 2010

Nothing Funny.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 8:21 pm

Right now, I am too pissed off at the Lame Duck Congress to even think about writing something even slightly funny. These rat bastards are in the process of ramming a bunch of legislative bullshit down our throats – stuff that the voters in the most recent election clearly said they want no part of. The clincher is the $1.2 trillion omnibus spending bill that is more than 1,900 pages long and contains 6,000 (yes, 6,000!) earmarks totaling about $8 billion.

Any republican who is responsible for any of those earmarks or who votes for this piece of shit ought to be drawn and quartered and, most certainly, should be kicked out of office. If next year the newly elected members don’t move heaven and earth to fix this disgrace, they too should be booted out of office.

It’s no wonder so many people think voting is a waste of goddamned time.


  1. I think a whole lot of people will be taking names & keeping score, the Tea Party folks are serious & will clean house again in 2012.

    Comment by dudley1 — December 15, 2010 @ 8:34 pm

  2. Dudley, I pray to god you are right.

    Comment by chef of da future — December 15, 2010 @ 9:04 pm

  3. 2012 will be too late. We need to start removing these pricks from office before that.

    Comment by zonker — December 16, 2010 @ 12:46 am

  4. My thoughts, EXACTLY.

    Comment by Yabu — December 16, 2010 @ 9:58 am

  5. Guys, knock it off. I am serious here. The people who are pulling this nonsense are the tools we pounded on in November. The TEA Party folks don’t come to Washington until after New Years. If stuff is still messed up then we crush them in 2012.
    For now, though you are screaming at people who have already been defeated and are giving us the finger on the way out the door.

    Comment by RobbieRob — December 16, 2010 @ 2:12 pm

  6. I think the first thing these jokers ought to do is eliminate the lame-duck session. Seriously – if you lose, you are OUT. You get three weeks’ transition to give the incoming Congress an idea of what’s up, and go home in time for Thanksgiving.

    Think – no last-second surprises afterward! If they want to ram that unpopular measure through, they can jolly well do it BEFORE the election, so the voters can give them immediate feedback. If it hampers their last-minute campaigning, well, so sorry about making them do their actual job and all… incumbents already have huge advantages, so why not level the field somewhat. If they’d rather campaign, then they’re not screwing up the country with their votes – win-win.

    Comment by nightfly — December 21, 2010 @ 12:31 pm

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