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Are You Freakin’ Kidding Friday – Still No Deal?!?

Posted on the 29 July 2011 by Phil's Stock World @philstockworld

Rather than sit down with the President and the Senate and negotiate a deal that everyone can agree on, they have WASTED 3 days of our nation’s time hammering out a bill that their own caucus can’t pass.  This is, at this point, gross political incompetence and I think that we, the people, should initiate a class-action lawsuit against the Republican Congress for damages caused by their gross mishandling of our nation’s debt, which is going to end up causing the first-ever downgrade of US debt and will end up costing our nation hundreds of Billions of Dollars – Dollars that, in case you have lost track – WE DON’T HAVE!  

Don’t worry, Congresspeople can afford to get sued.  Ben Quayle (son of Dan The Great) was speaking on behalf of the Republicans this morning and, of course, why shouldn’t he as he’s 34 years old and has been in Congress for 6 months now so who better to go on TV and spout out a slew of lies than the man who ran on a campaign last year that called Obama "The Worst President Ever" and promised to "Knock the Hell out of Washington" which, of course, whipped the immigrant-hating white folks in Arizona into a frenzy and they sent him to Washington to wreck the place.  Well Mission Accomplished, as we sit now just 72 hours from the point at which the United States defaults on it’s debt.  

Are You Freakin’ Kidding Friday – Still No Deal?!?
And who sponsors Ben Quayle?  Why the Financial Sector, of course, those who will, once again, benefit the most from fear and panic in the markets as another few Trillion Dollars of Middle-Class wealth is transferred up to the top 1%.  Ben collected a whopping $709,660 from the Finance sector last year with $97,000 just from Cerberus!   As I said before – what makes you think that the Reps don’t want a default?  Look who’s pulling their chains….  

I think they should make politicians wear the patches of all their sponsors on their jackets – like race-car drivers, that way we’d know who were really talking to.  Of course it could be dangerous for the sponsors – Lehman Brothers sponsored Barack Obama and look what the happened to them!  


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