Thursday, February 21, 2013

@SenatorBurr - The grounds are shifting. GOP is toast.

Today,  I'm sensing a huge shift in sentiment as I read and research.  Two issues come to the forefront that make me believe the days of the GOP being trouble makers are soon going to be over.  There will be no more GOP.  It's going to blow up in front of your very eyes.  Why?

1. Americans are wising up.  A Pew Poll came out last night.  It surveyed Americans on all the critical topics currently facing our nation.  The result?  By an overwhelming majority,  Americans are siding with President Obama and Democrats,  and thumbing their nose at Republicans.  Read for yourself.

2. ObamaCare.  I'm seeing article after article about how the cost curve on Medical Expenditures is finally giving ground.  And the GOP are starting to throw in the towel on fighting ObamaCare.

Could there be light at the end of the tunnel in ridding ourselves of the Republicans who destroyed our economy and now stand in the way of its recovery?  You're darn right.  It's time to kick the likes of Senator Richard Burr out the door.  His sorry tail needs to be out on the street.  The sooner,  the better.

North Carolina deserves better than Republican Senator Richard Burr.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

@SenatorBurr - Greatly amused at your stupidity Senator. #GOP #RNC #IdiotsAll

Oh what a wonderful morning.  It's always nice to wake up to an article that makes me laugh my tail off.  This morning's humor?  Senator Richard Burr shows what a clueless dolt he is in regards to what's happening in the US Economy.  North Carolina's idiot Republican Senator issued a scathing retort to President Obama's State of the Union Address.  At the very heart of the Senator's ignorance:

"It is time for the President to stop lecturing Congress and face the facts – his policies have failed, and they are making our economy worse."

Oh, really Senator?  Really?

What 'effing planet do you live on Senator?  Surely, it isn't Earth.  And surely it isn't in the United States of America.  Because,  if it was,  and if you actually served the best interests of your electorate,  you would know:

Economic output is ramping:

Employment is growing:

Consumer spending is increasing:

Inflation is under control:

Housing is bouncing back:

Mortgage interest rates are at historic lows:

Loans to businesses are increasing nicely:

Household net worth is up $11 Trillion since President Obama took office:

And all this,  and other useful economic information is available for anyone to view for themselves, here.  Maybe Senator,  you should take some time from your busy schedule of sleeping underneath your desk and educate yourself as to how our economy's actually performing?

North Carolina deserves better than our dolt of a Republican Senator,  Richard Burr.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

@SenatorBurr - Nicely done, numnut. #Guns

Said by the guy who works in offices protected by armed guards, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ... And said by the guy whose visitors pass through metal detectors and are subject to impromptu search:

"As you are aware, the issue of gun control and the Second Amendment has been at the forefront of our national dialogue lately.  Some in Washington, including President Obama, are seeking to address violence in our society by restricting the rights of law-abiding Americans to own firearms.  This is not the right way to address this issue.  I am open to having a conversation about ways in which our nation can address mental health issues and reduce violence, but I will not stand by while the President and others try to restrict the rights of law-abiding American citizens.  I will fight any effort to further infringe on the Second Amendment rights of American citizens, such as Senator Feinstein's proposed ban on so-called "assault weapons."  Put simply, the proposals being put forward on based on emotions, and that isn't the way to legislate about anything."

Yeah Senator,  it's not rational to take away semi-automatic weapons from idiots who will use them to mow down our children.   There's no room for common sense and rational thinking in our Republican Party.

North Carolina deserves better than Republican Senator Richard Burr.

@GOPLeader, AKA Eric Cantor, is a lying DipSh*t. #GOP #RNC #Idiots

I've not been posting much this year to my blog.  Had some minor health issues that sidelined me for awhile, and just now getting back into the swing of monitoring the financial markets, growing my wealth, and laughing my tail off at the utter stupidity of my Republican Party.

This morning provided a good bit of humor.  That idiot Eric Cantor,  the esteemed GOP leader of the House was on Bloomberg TV giving an interview.  I laughed so hard at his stupidity that I almost spilled coffee all over my keyboard.  That man is the biggest f*cking liar that I can ever recall hearing.  And his stupidity is only matched by a dirt clod.

Why was I laughing at Eric?  In the interview he emphasized something like "We all know that this stimulus spending has accomplished nothing".

Oh, really?

Flow of Funds Report,  Federal Reserve Board, Page 113,  Balance Sheet of Households, in other words, the Net Worth of American Families:

$53.5 Trillion 2008 (after 8 years of Republican led economic destruction)
$64.7 Trillion 2012 (After a couple years of Democratic stimulus spending)

$11.2 Trillion in wealth creation in 4 years of stimulus spending.

Stimulus has done nothing?  That's a f*cking lie Eric.  And there are 11.2 Trillion pieces of evidence that back it up.

If Eric Cantor wants credibility,  he can start with just stopping the constant stream of lies that come out of his mouth.  We're just damn tired of hearing them.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

@SenatorBurr - How did the GOP squander the 2000, 10 yr budget surplus?

Look at the graph below.  It represents the 10 year financial projection for the Federal Government Budget when the Republicans took power in 2000.   How in the living hell could one party do so much damage that surpluses, as far as the eye could see, turned into $16 Trillion in debt?  How?

The graph below tells the entire story. Republicans caused this financial crises. They squandered surpluses and turned them into massive deficits. 

I am a Republican. And I am FUCKING tired of listening to Republican politicians in my party point fingers at President Obama, and Democrats, in an effort to dodge the fact that Republicans destroyed our country.  God DAMN it,  accept responsibility.  Man up.

And more. Just fucking stop the finger pointing.  Come to the table with reasonable, rational, common sense solutions.  And for god's sake,  stop protecting the rich.  Stop protecting the ungodly amount of money we spend on defense.  Stop attacking.  Stop with the name calling.  Just fucking stop with all the irrational crap coming out of the Republican Party these days. 


@SenatorBurr - Top 1% take 93% of all income gains