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The Budget Crises; A Musical

Since the visual clue didn't seem to get the leftards progressives thinking (just emoting), let's try a musical approach.  Take it, Iowahawk:

If the left one don't get ya, the right one will.
Hat Tip: The Blogfather.


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"The Budget Crises; A Music... (Below threshold)
retired military:

"The Budget Crises; A Musical"

Wouldnt a tragedy be more like it?

retired military opines:</p... (Below threshold)
Rodney Graves Author Profile Page:

retired military opines:

Wouldnt a tragedy be more like it?

Only if the Political Class continues as they have.

The Oregon Legislature fina... (Below threshold)

The Oregon Legislature finally got it together and passed the education budget first. But FIrst they had to do this:


The Budgetary Crises; A Mus... (Below threshold)

The Budgetary Crises; A Musical

Jail-House Barock?

You load 16 tons [of debt]<... (Below threshold)
Rodney Graves:

You load 16 tons [of debt]

Congressional Republicans, ... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Congressional Republicans, not the crazy ones on steroids, want a much tougher, tigher budget somewhere way distant down the road, but not certainly yet too. Here is their form of pandemonium musical chairs, as they nearly to their horror had their own Republican Study Committee Budget plan passed, until at the last minute during the roll call, they had to change their own votes, lest it be passed. No surprise!

So Steve, judging by your c... (Below threshold)
Evil Otto:

So Steve, judging by your comment, you believe it's important to pass a "tougher, tighter budget?"

crampless,Demonstr... (Below threshold)
Rodney Graves:


Demonstrably the decmocrats, especially the empty suit behind the teleprompter, intend to talk the deficit to death.

Evil Otto,

crampless is just trying to kick the issue down the road.

I know, Rodney. Like all le... (Below threshold)
Evil Otto:

I know, Rodney. Like all lefties, he talks a good game, but really has no problem whatsoever with insane, out-of-control spending... so long as Democrats are in power. If Republicans talk about cuts, then they're hypocrites if they want them "somewhere way distant down the road" and "crazy ones on steroids" if they want cuts now. There really is no winning with Stevie, because what he's really interested in is class warfare.






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