Daily Archives: April 10, 2011

Economic liberalism in action!

Plouffe said the marxist president feels comfortable with the spending deal the White House! Spending cuts are draconian and extreme and radical for the average Trotskyist and/or Frankfurt Schooler!

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) responded to Plouffe’s insistence that the president’s focus has always been on cutting spending.

“I sit here and I listen to David Plouffe talk about, you know, their commitment to cut spending and knowing full well that for the last two months, we’ve had to bring this president kicking and screaming to the table to cut spending,” Cantor said, adding,  “I then hear they’re going to present a plan as far as how to address the fiscal situation.  So, on one hand, we’re going to defend that tax agreement but then go ahead and violate it.”

The House Majority Leader said of the White House’s shift in strategy, “I have to believe that the president and the White House are beginning to sense the American people get it.  You know, we have a fiscal train wreck before us.  And unless we act, and act deliberately, we’re not going to enable our kids to have what we have. It’s plain and simple as that.”

Cantor pointed to the Ryan budget plan and said it “lays out our plan of how we’re going to address the fiscal challenges of our country.”

Anchor Chris Wallace asked whether Republicans are prepared to take on entitlements, as laid out in the Ryan plan, in the face of the elections next fall.

Cantor said yes, adding “what we’ve said is this: we’re going to protect today’s seniors and those nearing retirement.  But for the rest of us, all of us who are 54 and younger, I know those programs are not going to be there for me when I retire, just like everyone else 54 and younger. They can’t.  We cannot sustain that kind of trajectory.”

Privatization of bankrupt Medicare, Medicade.

Plouffe said the {frankfurt school) president feels comfortable with the spending deal the White House! Spending cuts are draconian and extreme and radical for the average Trotskyist and/or neo-marixst!

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) responded to Plouffe’s insistence that the president’s focus has always been on cutting spending.

“I sit here and I listen to David Plouffe talk about, you know, their commitment to cut spending and knowing full well that for the last two months, we’ve had to bring this president kicking and screaming to the table to cut spending,” Cantor said, adding, “I then hear they’re going to present a plan as far as how to address the fiscal situation. So, on one hand, we’re going to defend that tax agreement but then go ahead and violate it.”

The House Majority Leader said of the White House’s shift in strategy, “I have to believe that the president and the White House are beginning to sense the American people get it. You know, we have a fiscal train wreck before us. And unless we act, and act deliberately, we’re not going to enable our kids to have what we have. It’s plain and simple as that.”

Cantor pointed to the Ryan budget plan and said it “lays out our plan of how we’re going to address the fiscal challenges of our country.”

Anchor Chris Wallace asked whether Republicans are prepared to take on entitlements, as laid out in the Ryan plan, in the face of the elections next fall.

Cantor said yes, adding “what we’ve said is this: we’re going to protect today’s seniors and those nearing retirement. But for the rest of us, all of us who are 54 and younger, I know those programs are not going to be there for me when I retire, just like everyone else 54 and younger. They can’t. We cannot sustain that kind of trajectory.”

flooded the economy with fiat money = inflation

A strong dollar represents a strong economy and a strong country. I think they have flooded the economy with fiat money in a way that’s going to have a return of inflation in a manner and to a degree that I think is going to be very troubling.” “The reason why oil prices went down so much [after 2008] is also because demand went down in a sluggish economy,” says the Heritage spokesman. “But if we’re looking at a recovering economy, and we’re looking at $5 a gallon gas, you’re going to see a double-dip recession.” Cooper says that is a concern not only for business owners, but “the poorest among us” — stating that “the people who pay $4 at the pump, if you’re rich, that extra dollar is not killing you. [But] if you are balancing your budget by the penny, it’s going to hurt a lot.” He admits President George W. Bush was not perfect when it came to energy policy, noting that the 43rd president did not lift the ban on drilling in the outer continental shelf until gas prices hit record highs in 2008. rising fuel costs bigStill, Cooper says President Bush understood that people had to live today, not just tomorrow. “There is readily available energy out there — let’s go get it and let’s keep the economy humming,” he urges. Meanwhile, two senators have introduced a bi-partisan bill to eliminate a tax credit for blenders of ethanol. The bill from Senators Tom Coburn [R-Oklahoma] and Ben Cardin [D-Marylend] would save taxpayers $6 billion by repealing the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit (VEETC), which provides 45 cents/gallon to blenders of ethanol. In a statement released by his office, Senator Coburn said: ‘”The ethanol tax credit is bad economic policy, bad energy policy and bad environmental policy.” Coburn recommends the $6 billion stay in taxpayers’ pockets, where it can be used to spur innovation, stimulate growth, and create jobs. American should impeach that communist regime in the white house and have Joe Biden in charge (a change for the better)! We should shut down the government at least once. The Republicans are just scared. Republicans got nothing to loose when we shut it down when marxists are running government.

flooded the economy with fiat money = inflation

A strong dollar represents a strong economy and a strong country. I think they have flooded the economy with fiat money in a way that’s going to have a return of inflation in a manner and to a degree that I think is going to be very troubling.” “The reason why oil prices went down so much [after 2008] is also because demand went down in a sluggish economy,” says the Heritage spokesman. “But if we’re looking at a recovering economy, and we’re looking at $5 a gallon gas, you’re going to see a double-dip recession.” Cooper says that is a concern not only for business owners, but “the poorest among us” — stating that “the people who pay $4 at the pump, if you’re rich, that extra dollar is not killing you. [But] if you are balancing your budget by the penny, it’s going to hurt a lot.” He admits President George W. Bush was not perfect when it came to energy policy, noting that the 43rd president did not lift the ban on drilling in the outer continental shelf until gas prices hit record highs in 2008. rising fuel costs bigStill, Cooper says President Bush understood that people had to live today, not just tomorrow. “There is readily available energy out there — let’s go get it and let’s keep the economy humming,” he urges. Meanwhile, two senators have introduced a bi-partisan bill to eliminate a tax credit for blenders of ethanol. The bill from Senators Tom Coburn [R-Oklahoma] and Ben Cardin [D-Marylend] would save taxpayers $6 billion by repealing the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit (VEETC), which provides 45 cents/gallon to blenders of ethanol. In a statement released by his office, Senator Coburn said: ‘”The ethanol tax credit is bad economic policy, bad energy policy and bad environmental policy.” Coburn recommends the $6 billion stay in taxpayers’ pockets, where it can be used to spur innovation, stimulate growth, and create jobs. American should impeach that communist regime in the white house and have Joe Biden in charge (a change for the better)! We should shut down the government at least once. The Republicans are just scared. Republicans got nothing to loose when we shut it down when marxists are running government.

24 facts to make me feel old

1. The first announcement of Duke Nukem Forever was in:

duke 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

14 years ago!!

2. StarCraft came out in in:

starcraft 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

13 years ago!!

3. Halo:

halowars 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

halo3 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

halo2 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

halo 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

4. The Dreamcast has been discontinued for A DECADE. It was released in:

dreamcast 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

 

5. Sonic is 20 years old this year.

sonic 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

6. This Sega ad happened in:

joystickad 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

TWENTY THREE YEARS AGO!

7. Super Mario 64 was released in 1996 – 15 years ago.

mario64 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

8. Most children born in that year have never held an N64 controller.

9. The Sony Playstation was released in:

playstation 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

2 years before the N64.

10. If Aerith was alive, she would be

aerith 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

(based on release date of Final Fantasy 7 in 1997 FOURTEEN YEARS AGO!! omg.)

11. A decade of Final Fantasy:

Final Fantasy XIII:

finalfantasy13 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer

Final Fantasy VIII:

finalfantasy8 28 Facts That Make You Feel Like an Old Gamer