I hate spineless democrats

18 Aug

This makes me furious. Obama might back off of the public option for healthcare even though 72% of the population want that option!?!?! Excuse my language, but what the fuck is it with spineless democrats! A few grumpy old white men in congress get mad at you and you go belly up despite having 72% of the population behind you?

Who gives a fuck what the conservatives in congress think? Last time I checked people had had enough of them ruling the country and ran them out of power in BOTH branches of government. They don’t even have enough seats in the senate to be able to stand up and whine forever. Despite all this the democrats cower in front of them?

I’m sorry, but the democrats make me furious. They have ever since 2006 when I felt betrayed by them. I used to be an extremely passionate supporter of theirs until the 2006 elections. They took congress and I suddenly felt the dark reign of Bush would be stopped, but it was as if the republicans were still in charge. They just fell over in fear every time the republicans got angry. It’s like they secretly feel in their hearts that the republicans are right, and America is an extremely conservative country. Why the fuck they’re in politics I haven’t a clue.

No, I wish we could just fire all of them. I want someone in there who won’t betray us and the change we voted for. Someone who will have the balls to stand up to the grumpy old men and tell them to go to hell. They no longer have the power, and after 8 years it’s time we start fixing the country.

7 Responses to “I hate spineless democrats”

  1. James August 18, 2009 at 1:47 pm #

    if you spent $30 MILLION a day every single day for 2000 years it would still not equal to obama’s $23.7 TRILLLION in financial bailouts

    … the main reasons why people get poorer are because of higher taxes and inflation.

  2. godlesspaladin August 18, 2009 at 1:52 pm #

    Oh give me a fucking break. Where were you when Bush was destroying the budget surplus Clinton built up? It’s like a tsunami of debt built up during the Bush administration and crashed into the Obama administration. Suddenly now that a liberal is in power the conservatives start bitching? Where were they when Bush spent 8 years throwing “fiscal conservatism” out the window? Oh no, it’s only a crime when a liberal does it.

    No, I’m not a fan of the financial bailouts, I will agree with you there. The bad banks should have been allowed to fail like the market demanded, but I still get angry when conservatives wait till now to start complaining.

  3. James August 18, 2009 at 2:09 pm #

    Fact: Clinton never had a surplus. That is just political propaganda.

    The National Debt went up every single year Clinton was in office. The National Debt is composed of the the public and intergovernmental debt. Democrats just preach about HALF the debt.

    Here is a chart of the actual debt of the US in 2008:

    Notice that intergovernmental debt is about HALF the National Debt. When Clinton was in office he greatly increased the intergovernmental debt.

    Clinton was basically one of the major reasons why government has no money to pay for the entitlements of the retiring baby-boomers. At the time, government was greatly borrowing money from itself because of the contributions to social security that was fueled by the Technology Stock Market Bubble, which eventually collapsed.

  4. James August 18, 2009 at 2:13 pm #

    BTW, obama’s $2 TRILLLION in over-spending in just 6 months increased the National Debt by about 20%.

    Yes we can!

  5. godlesspaladin August 18, 2009 at 2:20 pm #

    That’s a fact? Really? Interesting, because I have other facts that say just the opposite.

  6. cwaterhouse August 18, 2009 at 3:40 pm #

    I hate to say, but there is no where near 72% support. Recent Rasmussen reports show that they majority of Americans are actually opposed to the health care reform. A vocal, loud minority should NOT overwhelm the wishes of the majority. This is a democracy after all…


  7. Alex Schroeder August 20, 2009 at 11:35 am #

    When people around me started to hope for a change in the USA as Obama got elected, I remained sceptical. After all, this is still the same country that voted for Bush when the lies and madness around the invasion of Iraq had already been uncovered. If Obama does not push for the health care reform, I am not in the least surprised. From a European point of view, the USA is run by _two_ conservative parties.

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