Friday, February 3, 2012

Mythical Beasties

You know the guy the Republicans say they are running against? 

The guy who made the economy worse. The guy whose policies are destroying jobs. The guy who increased taxes. The guy who doled out the most food stamps ever. The guy who gives everyone else your money. The guy who decreased the military. The guy who's weak on defense. The guy who's weak on fighting terrorism. The guy who's weak on immigration.

Yeah. That guy.

Well, according to the truth and facts - if you believe in crazy things of that sort - that guy doesn't exist. He's a mythical evil creature invented in Republican storybooks. A non-existent Democratic Party bad guy for their non-existent Republican Party good guy to fight.

And while we’re on the subject of things that aren’t real, I'd like to let the Republicans know that they're not running for King of the United States of America. Statements like this (which every clown candidate has made), "I will repeal Obamacare," would only be possible if they were a dictator with power supreme. The King of America doesn’t exist.

Of course, if they continue rigging everything and turn America Fascist like they keep attempting to, then they just very well may be able to stop health care reform simply by demanding it.

Who really wants affordable health care for all anyway? Like conservative Canada or conservative France or conservative Germany has. Socialists. With their conservative, low cost health care for all their citizens. They probably believe in science, too.

How would corporations make a profit if they were forced to actually cover the insurance people paid for?

Oh, and the CBO estimates repealing "Obamacare" would increase the deficit by $230 Billion over the next 10 years.

But Republicans wouldn't let a little thing like a massive deficit increase affect their desire to do the opposite of everything Obama wants. Even if they want it.

At least, they haven't yet.

Correction: The guy the Republicans say they are running against does exist - for the most part. His name is George W. Bush. Or, to a slightly lesser extent, Ronald Reagan. Neither of them decreased the military. 

And these facts are available anywhere and everywhere except within the FOX-O-Sphere.

Shortest rant ever.

Good day.

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