Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Let's see. There were a half a decade of disproportional tax cuts for the wealthy, SO, where are the jobs?

Senator Brown does nothing in regard to solving the nation's problems, but, votes with his party's rhetoric.

It has been years and years since the disproportionate tax cuts have been in effect.  If the Republicans want to secure tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans then PROVE they are actually improving the employment of citizens. 

If the tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans guaranteed jobs for the nation we would not have a 9.6% unemployment rate.

Senator Brown is a liar and cannot discern for himself the FACTS for the reality many Americans are facing.  This is the most ludicrous bunch of legislators I have ever witnessed in this country.  They are do nothing Republicans, hell bent on padding the pockets of their cronies.  Amazing.  People should be ridiculing these people and seeking qualified people to replace them.

...Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) called on lawmakers to "swiftly pass this one-year extension" but the measure didn't have the support of Senate Republicans and some Democrats who argue the measure should be offset with other funds. 

Failure of the bill was expected. 
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.), who objected to the bill, chided Democrats for waiting until the last minute to try and pass the $56.4 billion measure that isn't paid for and would add to the deficit. 

"It's unfortunate we cannot move this bill. We will try again," Reed said in response to Brown's objection.... 

The Republican Agenda has not changed in over thirty years and that includes today.  Where are the jobs for Americans they were suppose to INSURE people were suppose to build their dream home with, pay for their futures and their children's futures, their children's education?  Where are those jobs?  Because for over three decades their policies have dominated this country with 'PROMISES and CONTRACTS' to the very country they use for illegal wars while financially destroying its economy.

I don't want to hear how Bush's TARP is nearly paid back and all we have to do is roll all the bills passed in the last two years, because it is the BIGGEST lie the Republicans, including the Former President has ever stated.  Nearly bigger than WMD in Iraq.

Smoke and mirrors.  In 2007 the financial security of the USA started to wain.  The CEO of Goldman Sachs was USA Treasury Secretary and he did NOTHING.  He played his hand day in and day out in China at the expense of the American Taxpayer.

Then came September 2008 and all of a sudden the shades on the windows go up in the USA Treasury Secretary's office and there was an all out fiscal emergency in the USA.  He held Congresses hand and stated, they had no choice but to bailout Wall Street.  That was the first lie, because, the country would have been better off not to trust him at all and let the four most vulnerable investment banks sink to a value of $1.00 per share while Morgan survived the manipulation of the years before.

The $700 billion US TARP went into the hands of ruthless bastards that never looked back and took their money and ran.  They couldn't get out of debt fast enough so long as they were able to restructure their assets and racked in bonus after excess bonus over and over again.  What those banks DID NOT PAY BACK, were the jobs and economy they destroyed and the Americans they left homeless in their wake.

But, the Republicans don't reflect on that do they?  They only reminisce about that.  Oh, no.  They don't dare reminisce about the tens of thousands of homeless and the loss of infrastructure and the people now without a job or a way to feed their family after their EXCESSES and INDULGENCES.  No, they don't dare reminisce about that.

No.  One day in September 2008, a masked bandid on horseback road in from the apocalpse and in one fell swoop removed hundreds of thousands of jobs from the USA economy just for the hell of it.

See indeed, the souls of the unholy, the undead received their just do and they crowded into the streets as les miserables.

I remember the day as it was yesterday.  The howl of his cry made every citizens' blood chill in fear it might be they he strike down.

Ah, yes.  The homeless, the jobless, the people that fell into financial ruin.  That wasn't caused by the bank collapse.  Oh, no.  Why the proof is that in July 2009 the GREAT RECESSION ended.  The holy septer of the wealthy cast a spell on the land and the people forgot their misery, forgot the scandal in time to hear the cry of their savior, the Murdoch media circus.  And they rejoiced.

They held mass exorcisms and drove out the evil spirits crying for unemployment and a return to sanity and a focus on bolstering local economies.  Low and behold, the spirits of Franklin, Washington, Jefferson and Madison could be heard again.  No longer rolling in their graves they sent out the proclamation far and wide, repeal the health care bill, repeal the bank reform bill, repeals the 14th, 16th, 17th and 18th amendments.  Time is of the essence.  Spare no cost to achieve this goal and every capitalist that could dumped vats of money into the coffers of those that were recipient of THE WALL STREET bailout so they didn't suffer fiscal collapse at a time when 48% of the USA citizens would never give them an unsecured loan again.

So ends the tragic Middle Class of the USA.  Two hundred and nearly thirty-five years after the signing of the USA Declaration of Independence the people that fought the wars, died in labor disputs and sacrificed in sweat shops with juvenile labor would lose their land to the wealthy and never have a chance at happiness again. 

And as Tiny Tim would say, "... a merry christmas to us all, god bless us every one."

Why hasn't this been all over the news? Too much for the electorate to come to terms with after they have made the biggest election mistake in history in 2010?

...After 19 hours of deliberation, a jury of six men and six women decided that Mr. DeLay was guilty of conspiring with two associates in 2002 to circumvent a state law against corporate contributions to political campaigns. He was convicted of one charge of money laundering and one charge of conspiracy to commit money laundering...

...He faces between 5 and 99 years in prison, though the judge may choose probation. A few minutes later, Mr. DeLay said outside the courtroom that he would appeal the decision....
I sincerely hope he does not get a slap on the wrist for this.  He is one of the most malicious and offensive Speakers the House of Representatives have ever had.

Republicans treat the federal government as their play toy and Tom DeLay prided himself on being 'The Hammer."  And he wasn't talking about carpentry.  He was "The Hammer" to the Constitution of the United State of America.

And these people love and embrace the USA Constitution?

Not hardly.