Feb 02 2010
Liberals and the Obama administration have completely exposed their inner lunatic liberal this week with their risky budget. After a year of failed ‘government spending’ in a doomed-to-failure attempt to stimulate the economy, the liberals are back for more of the same this year. James Clyburn (liberal Democrat in House Leadership) said it best:
Yeah, WE have to spend ourselves out of this recession, as in we need to grow the economy. The questions is who is best at spending and investing – We The People or the 450 odd dysfunctional buffoons in DC?
Look, there is only so much money to ‘spend’ and there are only two ways to ‘spend’ it. One way is for the incompetents in DC to take our money and cram it into the bloated and slow federal bureaucracy where it may be spent months or years later to a select, specially connected few. This was the basis of the failed stimulus bill of last year. 95% of that bill’s shovel ready jobs money is STILL stuck in the constipated federal government processes, nearly a year later.
The other way is to cut taxes (and spending by the government) and allow each individual to invest in their education, their family needs, their health care, their business needs, their new cars, their home improvements themselves with their hard earned money. Â Tax cuts are immediate, no delay. This assumes we can trust ourselves to do what is right!
The liberal option, which is to take our money and fritter it away on social experiments that have been proven failures over and over again, is the path to disaster. It is the audacity of arrogance. It is based on the hopelessness of the hapless American people, who need liberal know-it-alls to tell them what to do with the money they earned. It is the insanity of forgiving college loans when people make a contract to pay US back for the money WE let them borrow.
I am glad to see the true, corrupt and arrogant liberalism that has been hiding behind misleading and untruthful sound bites finally come into the open. It will make the house cleaning in November all that the easier.