Supposed budget hawk Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan warned that automatic cuts (that he fought for!) would decimate the American Military. Let’s remember what “Decimate” actually means – to destroy NINE TENTHS of an army.
In fact, the cuts Panetta and Congress agreed to were NINE TENTHS OF ONE PERCENT of our half a trillion dollar war economy. The Defense Secretary has accepted these cuts, and Paul Ryan is trying to shove more money at the War economy.
The greatest threat to American security is our budget deficit. And Paul Ryan is collaborating with the enemy.
“It’s not the despair. I can handle the despair. It’s the hope!”
Look, I’m not gay, but I really don’t give a shit if Adam and Steve of Madam and Eve get married. I live in NY, and you know what happened to my marriage when they made gay marriage legal? NOTHING! Zero.
Supposedly, the two major party candidates have differences, but not on this.
Obama *can’t* be for gay marriage because black folks go to church. A lot. And he needs their votes. If they stay home, Obama’s toast – particularly in southern states. So he’ll wink and wiggle for his gay and lefty voters. He’ll drop a veil here, or let Joe Biden out of his cage for a night. But in the end – no gay marriage for Obama. Remember, it’s the reason Kerry lost Ohio: working class Catholics don’t want Obama mincing about at Disco weddings either, or at least that’s what the Democratic puppet masters are thinking. How do I know? It’s the advice *I’d* give them. Even though it’s full of shit – today is almost ten years later and the American public now supports Gay Marriage by a small majority. Americans care about jobs.
Romney *can’t* be for gay marriage because — well, half of his supporters are bigoted assholes. And the other half want the first half to think they’re also bigoted assholes. I’ve never seen the party of freedom less free. It’s why I left.
So that leaves only one candidate – Gary Johnson, the Libertarian. Politicians will tell you privately why they “can’t” do something that’s right. Johnson seems to just say “let’s do it.” Another issue where Johnson makes the most sense.
h/t Jeramy Keriken for correcting my stupid mistake about Ohio.