Message to RINOs...Put a Cork in it!

Good Golly Miss Molly! Here we go again with another RINO in the senate…some of you may see it differently, but that’s how I feel about Sen. Corker and his ilk. Once again we see them caving to Dear Leader…nothing like the never-ending acquiescing the fools on the republican side of the aisle do when times are tough. You can definitely say the tough don’t get going in this situation regarding the 24/7 ‘Going off the Fiscal Cliff‘ scenario. This media-driven brouuhaha from the talking-heads is getting past old in my opinion…yet we have nitwits in the Senate that fear their own shadows, the House too.

This is what happened this morning on one of the political shows. See what you think about what was said. – This is via FNI:

With the fiscal cliff looming, is the government any closer to reaching a deal? Leading senators, Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Bob Corker (R-TN), joined Fox News Sunday this morning to discuss the latest.

Sen. Schumer was optimistic that Congress would reach a deal. He said revenues are standing in the way, particularly making the top tax rate go up to 39.6 percent. “I think you will see our Republican colleagues reluctantly say okay let’s go up to 39.6.”

Sen. Corker said there is a growing body of Republicans, including himself, who believe the best route to take is to give in to President Obama’s tax rate increase on the top two percent of wage earners. He said, “There is a growing group of folks that are looking at this and realizing that we don’t have a lot of cards as it relates to the tax issue before year-end. […] So a lot of people are putting forth a theory, and I actually think it has merit, where you go ahead and give the president the two percent increase that he’s talking about.”

The Republican senator went on to explain that, “All of sudden once you give them the rate on the top two percent it’s actually much lesser tax increase than what he’s been talking about. The focus then shifts to entitlements and maybe that puts us in a place where we actually can do something that really saves this nation.”

The problem, Sen. Schumer pointed out, is that “Speaker Boehner hasn’t said that, and so we Democrats realize that there have to be two sides to this bargain. But we’re not going to go back to what we did in 2011.”

We’re in for a helluva mess the next four years…no doubt about it, yet we have those on the supposed right side of the aisle continue to contribute to that. – With friends like this, who needs enemies!

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  1. ‘The Republican senator went on to explain that, “All of sudden once you give them the rate on the top two percent it’s actually much lesser tax increase than what he’s been talking about. The focus then shifts to entitlements and maybe that puts us in a place where we actually can do something that really saves this nation.”

    Care to explain that to us?
    You haven’t a frickin clue have you.

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  2. Pointy End Out says:

    I have maintained the belief for quite a while that the very best medicine for America would be a terrorist (muslim ) NUCLEAR attack on Washington DC. Wipe EVERYTHING / EVERYONE within the swamp off the face of the earth.
    Result:
    1- A chance for Americans who value and understand law & order to rebuild America with the same spirit as our founding fathers.

    2- A source of unification via a common enemy, and the total elimination of said enemy within our boarders

    3- The “takers” will die off due to lack of intelligence or work ethic.

    I too, am John Galt

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    • “A chance for Americans who value and understand law & order to rebuild America with the same spirit as our founding fathers.”

      Ya think? What about the nuclear contamination? How far would it spread?

      It’s the same with the idiots who propose nuking Gaza. Never seem to realise that Israel is next door. You’re not John Galt. You’re someone who never got past first grade.

      Put the country in your hands and we’d all be wiped out in a week.

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      • That depends entirely on the size of said device.

        Some of the nukes out there are actually very very small (the US has made some that would fit inside a briefcase) & thus wouldn’t have that big of a fall out area.

        At any rate something needs to happen to make all the wasteful spending stop & if that something happens to get rid of all the politicians well then that’s a silver lining to whatever it is.

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      • Pointy End Out says:

        Like I said… a TERRORIST attack. Learn to read.

        As for your kind words about never getting past the 1st grade, I guess my Doctorate in Cardiology doesnt count?

        Judgemental asshole!

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        • Makes no difference who the attack is from, fruitcake! Nuclear is nuclear.
          And why should I believe you have a doctorate in cardiology when I get slammed by smalltimer as a ‘liar’ even about my double bypass + stents??
          Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, my friend. :)

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    • pointy end
      Sure obama would say America deserved it, as he bowed and kissed their ass.

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  3. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    OBAMA LIBERAL DEMACRATS AND THE REST OF HIS CEW OF FIENDS NEED TO GO RIGHT OFF THAT FISICAL CLIFF LIKE BLIND LEMMINGS

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  4. that attack on the 2% is political bullshit the Republicans are pandering to also… Another reason Curious George got his useless ass reelcted was make villians of the rich and successful in this country along with the other goodies for minorities only.. ANother RINO is no surprise,, Screw EM! Hopefully the Tea Party can rally next time and get some people inside the beltway,,,

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    • I’m hoping we get more Tea Party conservatives in too…midterms will be here before we know it. – We sure lost some good ones this time around…which I blame the GOP for, they did their best to get rid of some great conservatives with their redistricting tricks as well. – Despicable.

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  5. Glad to hear El Rushbo’s comments about Corker today. ~

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