Warning: this entry will contain lots of profanity and is not suitable for children, naive idealists, emotionally sensitive precious snowflakes, and most Democrats.
To the cowardly backstabbing Democrats who are now criticizing the president for compromising with Republicans on tax-cuts, let me ask you a few questions? If this issue was so goddamned important to you, why did you delay voting on it until after the fucking elections? The answer is because you inaccurately thought that by not taking a stand before the elections you wouldn’t marginalize the electorate and wouldn’t offend voters. How did that strategy work out for you? In 2008, you were elected by a populous that expected and demanded a change in how leadership acted, and in 2010, you were kicked out for being spineless wimps with no ability to demonstrate executive-level decision making on tough issues. No, the compromise the president agreed to is not perfect, but compromises by their very nature are not perfect. At least the president had the fucking balls to act. You pathetic sniveling cowards can’t say the same.
I’m as hard and critical of conservatives as anyone. I have pissed off and alienated friends who can vouch for that, but I’ll give conservatives this much: they know how to draw a line in the sand and say this is our fucking turf. Democrats cannot say the same. For two years you controlled House, the Senate, and the White House, and you still couldn’t get your heads out of your asses well enough to pass legislation that you now claim is vital to the survival of the middle class. If you cared so much about the middle class, maybe, just maybe, you would’ve acted before the elections and shown some goddamned leadership, instead of doing the politically expedient thing and delaying action. That’s the same old same old that we voted against in 2008 and again in 2010. Guess what? We’ll do the same motherfucking thing in 2012, so every single spineless, gutless, wishy-washy motherfucker in Washington had better take notice that we want action, not bullshit.
Also, why the fuck should the president stand with you bastards on anything? You sure as fuck haven’t stood by him. How many of you tried to distance yourselves from him leading up to the election because his popularity had waned? That’s self-interest, not loyalty, so don’t be surprised when the person you turned your back on during a tough fight does the same to you. You are a disgusting bunch of elitist pricks who maneuver and contort for whatever seems to be the most politically advantageous at that moment. That’s not leadership.
I applaud the president for working with Republicans to find a solution. Raising taxes on anyone, right now still asshole deep in a recession, is stupid. Extending unemployment benefits for people who desperately need to survive until more jobs are created is smart, so the president gave a little to get a little. See how this works? Get your fucking self-serving heads out of your liberal-guilt-ridden asses, stop wringing your manicured hands, and get this motherfucking country moving again. We have real problems that need to be addressed, and we need leaders who are willing to take action, even at the risk of it not being popular. That is leadership. Get it?
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“That’s the same old same old that we voted against in 2008 and again in 2010. Guess what? We’ll do the same motherfucking thing in 2012, so every single spineless, gutless, wishy-washy motherfucker in Washington had better take notice that we want action, not bullshit.”
ACTION NOT BULLSHIT (My new slogan)
Spoken like a true writer-of-Dwarves.
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