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    Debt Ceiling Tweet of the Day – We are all terrorists now

    Debt Ceiling Tweet of the Day – We are all terrorists now

    Civility!  Compromise! The Politico!

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    LukeHandCool | July 30, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    I’m not a tweeterer (I’m a lover), but if I did tweet, I’d want to ask:

    “If many on the left consider foreign terrorists to be ‘another man’s freedom fighters,’ why can’t they extend that overly-gracious interpretation to their fellow Americans?”

    LukeHandCool (whose twit may be a few characters too long).

    “Washington Is Annoyed at Wall Street’s Failure to Panic”

    This sort of doesn’t give you the “warm and fuzzies.” Imagine elements of the federal government wanting the markets to “panic.”

    If the Left’s opinion of me mattered, I might be upset at all the names I’m being called.

    But it doesn’t, and I’m not.

    It’s the end of July and most people are enjoying their summers while these clowns are frothing at the mouth.

    Let ’em scream. It’s all they have in their pathetic lives.

    H. L. Mencken: “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”

    Sound familiar to the current impasse? Obama wishes to lead the country to safety into the loving embrace of the the liberal fold. Not to worry, your checks will be mailed on time, the Fed is printing up the money as needed, it’s called wealth creation Democrat style. That’s if you call worthless paper wealth. This is the transformative change promised by Obama. The country clambers for the security of their government checks, Obama offers it to them with a tax increase to pay for his new healthcare program.

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