liberalsarecool:

http://twitter.com/LOLGOP

And when they say that, I reply, “Something to remember: Sometimes redistribution of wealth happens at gun point. People will go without for only so long. Your contribution to the social safety net allows you to travel outside of your gated community, bitch.”

liberalsarecool:

http://twitter.com/LOLGOP

And when they say that, I reply, “Something to remember: Sometimes redistribution of wealth happens at gun point. People will go without for only so long. Your contribution to the social safety net allows you to travel outside of your gated community, bitch.”

(via liberalsarecool)

liberalsarecool:

Mitch Daniels: Architect Of The Bush-Era Debt  Crisis

In other words, the “fiscal conservative” Daniels oversaw the federal  budget as it was making its precipitous dive from a $236 billion  surplus – then on a trajectory to eliminate the entire federal debt in a  decade – to a $400 billion deficit by the time he left in June 2003.
Plus, because of proposals developed on Daniels’s watch – such as tax  cuts favoring the rich and unpaid-for projects, including the invasion  of Iraq and a new prescription drug plan – the fiscal situation of the  federal government continued to sink over the ensuing years, plunging to  a trillion-dollar-plus annual deficit by the time Bush left office in  2009.

This is the next Republican savior-in-waiting?


Reporting from the Hoosier state, I can say he hasn’t done better for us than he did for the rest of the country.  Unless you’re a rich guy who hates poor people and doesn’t understand that redistribution of wealth happens no matter what. Then he’s definitely your man Mitch.

liberalsarecool:

Mitch Daniels: Architect Of The Bush-Era Debt Crisis

In other words, the “fiscal conservative” Daniels oversaw the federal budget as it was making its precipitous dive from a $236 billion surplus – then on a trajectory to eliminate the entire federal debt in a decade – to a $400 billion deficit by the time he left in June 2003.

Plus, because of proposals developed on Daniels’s watch – such as tax cuts favoring the rich and unpaid-for projects, including the invasion of Iraq and a new prescription drug plan – the fiscal situation of the federal government continued to sink over the ensuing years, plunging to a trillion-dollar-plus annual deficit by the time Bush left office in 2009.

This is the next Republican savior-in-waiting?

Reporting from the Hoosier state, I can say he hasn’t done better for us than he did for the rest of the country.  Unless you’re a rich guy who hates poor people and doesn’t understand that redistribution of wealth happens no matter what. Then he’s definitely your man Mitch.

(via liberalsarecool)