Thursday, July 21, 2011

Breaking the chain

I've a solution to the debt limit impasse in Washington. It's simply a matter of bringing this bill, which I just wrote, up for a vote:

"Begun and held at the City of Washington on Tuesday,
the second day of August, two thousand and eleven
An Act
To permit continued financing of Government operations.
    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,


    Subsection (b) of section 3101 of title 31, United States Code, is amended by striking the dollar amount contained therein and inserting `$27,993,923,500,000'".

Message to the ridiculous Republicans involved in this grisly circle jerk of the past few months.

Quit fucking around! 

Get to work for a change. The American people are most displeased with your bullshit! Yea or Nay. Pass it or don't, fucking dipshits. Show us where your true allegiance lies - to Party or to Country.

Now, give me an hour and I'll balance the budget as well, and without any stupid fucking amendment to goad me into adult responsibilities.


  1. their only loyalty is to keeping all the money in the pockets of the rich. the solution is so simple. end the wars, end the tax breaks for the wealthy, end the tax breaks for the wealthy companies. voila! no deficit.

  2. You are right. The CBO (Congressional Budget Office) for the second year in a row has stated that, if Congress does NOTHING, the debt disappears in five years. (That is, the Bush tax cuts expire, which accounts for some 7 of the 10 trillion of the debt the Republicans have saddled us with).