Okay, was it me or did I just watch something of a satire on television in the Presidential debate last night. First off, it seemed like the whole thing was moderated with the power of stupidity. It just kept going in circles and it sure as fuck didn't seem like there was no one leading this cluster of a fuck.
It was pretty sad seeing the moderator ineffectually try to get any of these fucktards to actually answer a single question. I also can't believe that there are people who watched this and cheered at the things that were being said. It's just sad entirely.
Tax cuts.. oh hey, how can a tax cut NOT add to the deficit? Romney's statement about not cutting 5 trillion dollars in taxes, I just want to cut 4.95 trillion dollars. Look, I got five kids, man!
Mitt Romney: I say, your three cent titanium tax goes too far!Though, I should have known better. There's going to be a separate debate on foreign policy issues. That's typically the fun stuff. This is just back and forth on "Taxes ain't no good, braw". We may have made this debt, but why the fuck should we be the ones to pay for it? I mean, come on!
Barack Obama: And I say, your three cent titanium tax doesn't go too far enough!
If there's anything I've learned, it's that to Never Pay Debts! We borrow money from China to pay for PBS... yes, that's actually something said in earnest by a potential president.
It's pretty comical that Obama was complaining about class sizes and outdated textbooks only a week after his Chi-town boy Mayor Rahm tried to crush the Chicago teachers union.
I'm also confused by how Romney jumped in favor of breaking up big banks. It's strange, but when did Romney become an anti-bank populist? The rhetoric used, even on something as mainstream as a presidential debate. You can see the wheels turning but never quite getting there. Like Obame is listing all the things that leads to the economic crisis, hmmm, it's almost like it's systematic.
Then again, the GOP candidate is appearing more moderate in the Presidential debate compared to the GOP primaries? Well then, I never!
It should be noted that the affordable care act was sabotaged by Republicans refusing to go along with anything Obama proposed and filibustering everything to make sure he would be a one term president even though it was the most flaccid, feeble attempt at reform imaginable.
The affordable care act was sabotaged by Republicans refusing to go along with anything Obama proposed and filibustering everything to make sure he would be a one term president even though it was the most flacid, feeble attempt at reform imaginable. Can we also agree that Clean Coal is a fucking stupid term. That's like saying we all should drink some dry water.
In the very end, at the very least they both have some nice tasteful American flag pins. Though I just noticed that Romney's is 3x the size of Obama's. I bet he had an aide with a suitcase full of them bring the one that was clearly bigger, but not "Sarah Palin big".