Gay Patriot Header Image

And This Is Why I Call Them Dramacrats

Failed VP Candidate and Emphatic Amnesty Supporter Congressman Paul Ryan released a budget blueprint today that contains some very modest entitlement reforms and mild reductions in the rate of spending growth. Not nearly enough to deal with the unsustainable spending and expansion of the Federal behemoth. Seriously, it’s like decreasing the speed of the Titanic by half a knot, or a couple with massive credit card debt and an underwater mortgage deciding to buy a Lexus instead of a Bentley.

The Democrats responded to this budget proposal the way Lindsay Lohan responds to the phrase, “Ma’am, you’ve had enough, and I think someone should take you home.”

“This reckless Republican budget casts a dark shadow over the American Dream. By gutting vital investments in our future, it is a direct attack on job creation and a recipe for our nation’s economic decline.”

Earthquakes, volcanoes, the dead rising from the grave! Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria! The Senate Majority Leader rambled incoherently about the budget creating something called a “Kochtopia.”

And, everyone knows how this Kabuki play ends. Both sides agree to spend more, and both walk away pretending they aren’t totally satisfied with the outcome.

Speaking of Drama Queens, the Diva-in-Chief of the Dramacrat Party accused people opposed to the Obamacare debacle of being “mad about the idea of folks having health insurance?

It is beyond sad that 51% of the electorate is stupid enough to believe this garbage.

Update: Oh, and a Democrat Representative in Missouri called a Republican a Nazi for introducing a bill that would let employees opt out of Union dues.


1 Comment

  1. The Dim response is not surprising – it’s reflex.

    The problem lies with the American people. What other conclusion can be drawn when BHO’s approval numbers are in the forties and Hillary polls better than any Republican.

    As Mark Steyn has observed, the only way out of our mess is to create a culture where the wrong people (e.g. Dingbat Harry) have to do the right thing to remain in office. The American people, so far, are unwilling to create this culture.

    As they say, if something cannot go on forever, it will stop. We The People apparently want to keep on until it stops in order to see what the wreck looks like.

    Comment by KCRob (SoCalRobert) — April 1, 2014 @ 9:06 pm - April 1, 2014

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.