“Balance the Budget” and Other Racist Hate Speech!

“Balance the Budget” and Other Racist Hate Speech!

By John W. Lillpop

For years, the United States Senate has earned universal respect and admiration as the “most deliberative body in the world.”

Indeed, the Senate has been seen as a cooling pond to counter the impulsive, knee-jerk reaction often emanating from the more radical U.S. House of Representatives.

All of which makes the recent behavior of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid seem most bizarre.

Specifically, after the U.S. House passed the Cut, Cap and Balance Act and sent same to Reid for action by the Senate, Reid broke out into a cold sweat while defiling the bill as weak and senseless” and “perhaps some of the worst legislation in the history of this country.”

Remember this is one of the trio of thugs who rammed ObamaCare down the throats of unwilling Americans!

Talk about weak, senseless legislation!

Still, Democrats all across the landscape of American politics seem to agree with Reid. It is though the term, “Balanced Budget” is the contemporary equivalent of the N word!

Reid also said the following about the first Boehner plan: “I’m not going to waste the Senate’s time day after day on this piece of legislation which I think is anathema to what our country is all about.”

Balancing the budget and cutting spending is “anathema to what our country is all about” ?

Other terms that Democrats universally object to include:

Free speech

Homeland Security

Rule of Law

US Constitution

And Tea Party members are extremists?

John W. Lillpop
San Jose, California
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