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Me and thee worrying about the debt ceiling is akin to a lion and a tiger meeting with the lamb to discuss what to have fore dinner tonight.

It is pointless for the lamb.

Fort Knox, KY

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The following comments are for "Gone Fishing"
by VeeBdosa

Net-dragging with VeeB
In recent weeks, many on the Left have referenced Tea Party members of Congress as being "domestic terrorists," in large part because they were against further raising the debt ceiling. They were compared to "Hezbollah." Van Jones [former Obama Green Jobs Czar- and avowed communist], said the Tea Party was "holding a gun to the heads of 310-million Americans."

My question for those folks: When then Senator Obama opposed [voted against] raising the debt ceiling in 2006, what was he? Did they even know who Barack Hussein Obama was in 2006?

Poetico, at Investigative Fusions
..reporting from field

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: August 4, 2011 )

Who cares?
You're right, Bobby, and personally, I think that any of those 310 million Americans should worry more about our Press, mainly cable News on all channels, blowing it all out of proportion. I hesitate calling anyone idiots, because it is not true.

But applying the First Ammendment to some moron stepping on a cattipillar has got to be the height of stupidity, even for un-educated people.

I don't know, I swear I just don't know. I say let the politiciaNS do their thingsa,then remember every election day. I have more important things to do than to worry if Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi might be messing around. Who cares?

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: August 5, 2011 )

When Harry met Nancy
When you say "messing around" ...? No, never mind! I don't want that image in my head.

( Posted by: Poeteye [Member] On: August 7, 2011 )

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