Fuck, that's the GOP response right? Can any Republican on this board honestly make a case for why their party constantly seems to be in the fucking way of the progess of this country?
Trust me. I'm seriously interested. Instead of wife swapping, I'd rather see Bi-Partisan swapping. I don't even know what the fuck they stand for anymore.
What I do know is that when they speak, it's like they're not talking to me, but some other guy who owns the company.
I'm not a Republican but as a NeoCon I tend to vote that way and just what is it that you are so in love with Government Spending. The Obama speech was a yawn were it not for the price tag that is being added on to this throw everything we can at the economy and hope it recovers approach. That's not progress that's just wiping your arse with other people's money and saying it's just paper.
"Though the budget predicts that the economy will recover in 2010, spending will still be 24.1% of GDP that year, and the budget proposes that spending will remain higher than 22% for the entire next decade even as the defense budget steadily declines." - http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123569611695588763.html
Sure the Repulicans have a host of problems and like the speech's gee-willikers wouldn't it be great to have education,health care coverage and no dependence on Oil but that's a distraction from the hole that Obama is digging for the rest of America.
"PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
It's an agenda that begins with jobs. As soon as I took office, I asked
this Congress to send me a recovery plan by President's Day that would put
people back to work and put money in their pockets. Not because I believe
in bigger government. I don't. Not because I'm not mindful of the
massive debt we've inherited. I am. I called for action because the
failure to do so would have cost more jobs and caused more hardship. In
fact, a failure to act would have worsened our long-term deficit by
assuring weak economic growth for years. And that's why I pushed for
quick action. And tonight, I am grateful that this Congress delivered,
and pleased to say that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is now
ehm - Bullshit Mr President.