Monday, November 29, 2010

Hello? Everyone is getting bent out of shape because of 'name calling?' You've got to be joking.

The only people in leadership that would over react to name calling are Republicans.  They aren't in leadership that matters.  President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton are leading the USA through this mischief.

God works in strange ways. 

No world leader is going to declare war because they was some stupid memos leaked. 

Under Bush and Cheney the 'intelligent network' as reported by the Washington Post grew far beyond its ability to maintain its integrity.  The ODDS were with this leak.  Think about it.

I am looking forward to the leaks about the banks.  Cool stuff.  YES!

I mean this is better than the National Enquirer.

Gee whiz, it is reassuring that our leaders are HUMAN.  Nice.

"Class Warfare" is nothing but rhetorical politics. That is the kind of inflammatory language we can expect by the Republicans.

Rep. Eric Cantor is typical in the 'shoot from the hip' political rhetoric' Republicans use to win their Congressional seats from their electorate.  There is NO basis in fact.

If there was a class warfare it occurred during the Bush years when any tax cuts of the Middle and Lower Class in the USA were grossly smaller in proportion to the wealthy.

Try again, Eric, you are making baseless statements.

If the wealthy are too immature to accept their responsibility in this country then don't renew ANY of the tax cuts and let Americans FEEL exactly how stupid Republicans sincerely have become.

...Republicans (click title to entry - thank you) want all the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts to be extended permanently. Obama and Democratic leaders in Congress want to extend them only for individual taxpayers making less than $200,000 and couples making less than $250,000

Rep. Eric Cantor of Virginia, who will become the House majority leader in January, accused the president of engaging in "class warfare." ''This country is about making sure everyone has a fair shot," he said in an interview.

Obama and his top aides have insisted that he won't approve an extension of upper income rates that is permanent, a potential opening for a short-term extension....

We, as a nation, will know if the new House Representatives are there to play games...

...if among their first orders of business is impeachment of the President.  That is why every Republican in the Senate is stalling on achieving any legislation in a LAME DUCK session.  

I believe the more seasoned members of the Republican House will fend off the impeachment issue for a short while until they can hold faux hearings throughout the House Committees and 'run game' on any crony support, such as oil and gas and bank reform, etc. 

I hope the new members are serious members and the Democrats may be able to find them and actually seek to get some things done.