Boehner certainly promised a lot in his speech. "Cutting spending," eh? So that means we're ending the 3 trillion dollar wars, right?
"Changing how government works, to make it responsive to the people..."
So that means you're pushing to adopt Mike Gravel's proposed National Referendum, right?
"Shrinking the size of government" are you? "Getting the government off our backs" are you?
So no more roving wiretaps on US citizens? Closing Guantanamo bay? Cutting the Pentagon's budget?
"Putting small businesses back to work" are you? You're doing that? Wouldn't that mean the government would have to intervene? Starting things out by contradicting yourself within the same paragraph: What a great start to the next congress.
PS Did he sound like he was half-in-the-bag drunk to anybody else but me? --Maybe that's why he started crying for no goddamned reason?
Has any politician seriously endorsed the whole National Initiative thing? I'm for it and all, but I assumed it was a fringe thing. Still, Gravel isn't doing it any favors by running around like an idiot supporting 9/11 truth initiatives.ReplyDelete
Orange Man's opposition to abortion rights also contradicts his rhetoric about being against "big government."ReplyDelete