Monday, June 28, 2010

Why I'm leaning more toward ropes than tar & feathers

Despite promises of an open negotiating process, many of the toughest deals were reached in private conversations among Democrats, as well as White House and Treasury officials, outside the Senate meeting room session that was being broadcast on C-SPAN.
...said a teary-eyed Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.)...“No one will know until this is actually in place how it works. But we believe we’ve done something that has been needed for a long time...”
Corrupt. And incompetent, but mostly corrupt. Just like Pelosi and "We have to pass it so everyone can find out what's in it" because she and the Democrats are overall so corrupt they don't dare let people know what they're actually passing until it's too late. At least for now.

Commenter Gerry has a line, "These fools are going to keep pushing until they cause the shooting to start", and more & more I think he's right.

And, let us not forget, this is the kind of 'efficiency and caring' they want to force on us:
... Chavez launched an “economic war on the bourgeoisie owners” of supermarkets, mills, rice plants and food distribution companies.

...said the failure of the state-owned PDVAL [Petroleos de Venezuela], a subsidiary of the national oil company, to distribute food imports that rotted at the shores…

...Several thousands tons of rotting meat ... “stank like 100 dead dogs.” ...

...Inflation leapt to 21 per cent in May as food prices rose 41 per cent…

Soldiers have been deployed to raid private homes for food stores.

Chavez: “Socialism is necessarily better than capitalism across the board and, that’s what we’re proving,”

By faililng, like socialism always does, because every one of these bastards thinks the only problem so far has been that they're not the ones in control.

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