Monday, February 16, 2009

Republican double-speak

Stimulus bill, foreclosure aid tops Obama agenda
Gibbs said the president had taken "unprecedented" steps in a bipartisan effort to include Republicans in the legislative process. But Sen. John McCain was highly critical, declaring the stimulus would create what he called "generational theft" — huge federal deficits for years to come.

McCain, who lost the presidential race to Obama, said the Democrat had backtracked on promises of bipartisanship and was off to a bad start. "Let's start over now and sit down together," McCain said.

Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., put it more bluntly: "If this is going to be bipartisanship, the country's screwed."

Where were McCain and Graham when Bush was spending 100's of billion to rebuilt a foreign country?

They were cheer-leading...

Where were they when bankers were robbing the country blind ...

They were standing by saying "this is how capitalism works" ... "The economy isn't really that bad"...

Why does ANYONE listen to these obvious buffoons... The shouldn't be on television, they should be in prison.

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