Drowning in debt, the left still wants more

February 28, 2012
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With our nation drowning in debt, the far left’s only answer is to demand more.

I was going to open the Corner today with another example of how far the anti-God crowd has tilted over to the looney side of the fence (this time in the military) but then I had the video to the left waiting in my inbox (h/t Steve Roark, Circle R Ranch) and read the daily dribble from our local village idiot whining that we just aren’t raising enough revenue to supply Obama’s higher and higher appetite for spending.

Dwainbwain takes the Globe to task for it’s Sunday editorial “Get Serious” which explained that no matter all the rhetoric floating around the air waves these days, neither the GOP plans nor Obama’s seriously tackle our debt crisis.

Of course Dwain’s dribble only focuses on the “receipt” side as the problem and treats Obama’s 24 to 25 percent of GDP spending as a needed norm. Which is why this November is so important.

Obama and his minions are so ignorant of economic reality that they see absolutely no problem with a federal government eating up a full quarter of our GDP. Hell, truth be known they’d go for more if they could get it.

If ten percent is good enough for God why do libs continue to want 20, 25, 30 and even higher? It surely couldn’t be because it’s a lot more expensive to replace personal morality, charity and responsibility with government bureaucracy than they thought could it?

Any reasonable person knows the policies of the left just don’t work. Any reasonable person would admit that and look for ways to compromise with conservatives and move the country forward so ALL, poor and not so poor benefit as a whole. Yet no one ever accused the perpetual minority of being reasonable so here we are, stuck with historic deficits and debt, historically high gas prices, food costs going up daily and all the dwainbwains can do is whine that the government isn’t taking MORE!

The Globe editorial had it right, especially in the closing:

Cutting taxes is the right medicine, if for no other reason than to keep it out of the hands of the spending junkies in Washington. Still, that won’t be enough — deep cuts are called for, too. But don’t count on that happening without fundamental change in the vision the American people have for their federal government, and for themselves.

Don’t worry, though. We’re not in serious trouble.

Our kids are, but we’ll let them worry about it.

What’s that? Do I hear a doorbell?

Obama 2012: Kick him out or kiss it goodbye.

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One Response to Drowning in debt, the left still wants more

  1. anson burlingame on February 28, 2012 at 10:18 am

    Geoff,

    I did not at all like the Sunday editorial in the Globe but have only expressed my specific concerns privately. I also note that Carol was out of town when the edit was written and published.

    I have not problem with the title “Get Serious”. But the thrust of the editorial was anti- GOP, not a critique of all government and both parties.

    There is not a politician or Party anywhere in America that has any idea first of all to simply eliminate deficit spending, much less reduce our already unsustainable debt. Our only way to reduce debt is the devalue the dollar to make such big numbers, $15 Trillion, meaningless in the future. Call it the post WWI German approach to their huge debt issues. And look what happened after no one could construct large enough wheel barrows to carry the money needed to buy a loaf of bread.

    Anson

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