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‘And Then The Coup De Grace Of All Dares: The Sinister Triple-Dog-Dare’

13 April 2011 @ 10:43

When our Fearless Leader and his Teleprompter deliver their budget speech later today, we are told that they will urge that we adopt their vision, which is ‘based on the values of shared prosperity and shared responsibility’.

Playing Schwartz to Barry O’s Flick, William Teach, Commodore of The Pirate’s Cove, goes right [pun intended] for the Landlubber-In-Chief’s throat [tip of the fedora to Memeorandum]:

As for “shared prosperity and shared responsibility,” the former sounds kinda commie, doesn’t it? The second, well, the people who should be sharing in that are the idiots who voted Democrats into power in 2006, and Obama in 2008, which led to approximately $5 trillion in new federal debt since Nancy Pelosi took the gavel, and added over a trillion dollars to the federal deficit during Obama’s first year in office.

Suggesting: if you liberals want to be part of the “shared responsibility”, you are welcome to send your own money voluntarily to the IRS. You’ve been made this offer ever since you started whining about the “Bush tax cuts for the rich.” Yet, you don’t. Why is that? Furthermore, I suggest changing the federal tax forms to allow people to formally pay a higher tax rate, such as they do in Massachusetts (where almost no one bothers to pay the higher rate, despite there being so many liberals). Come on, Liberals, do you part. Triple dog dare you!

Ooooo…well, Bolshes: whadda you gonna do?

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They lay their like a slug. It was their only defense.

2 Comments
  1. Adobe Walls permalink
    13 April 2011 @ 14:26 14:26

    The Bolshevik demagoguing will begin 3…2..1 and it will be effective. It was stupid to address entitlements without the power to force those reforms through congress and without the White House. If O’Sputnik can’t be forced to sign off on the reforms the Republicans have sworn are required to raise the dept limit, will the Republicans have the courage of their convictions? I’m not holding my breath.

  2. bobbelvedere permalink*
    13 April 2011 @ 19:25 19:25

    Adobe: I’m not holding my breath, but I’m still blue.

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