John Kerry - Why NOT Him in 2016 - And Other Democrat Embarrassments People Actually Voted Into Office
Either way it goes, it won't end favorably for the U.S. as it did for Bugs in the following, but rather, just the reverse:
At least in the final analysis, Russia ain't no Yosemite Sam.
Also exemplified in the cartoon blogged at Passed Up Strange blog here.
"I am a queen, and I demand to be treated like a queen." ~ Democratic congresswoman, Texas, Sheila Jackson Lee (who seems to have forgotten that the Ku Klux Klansmen were Democrats, not Republicans, and thinks the Constitution is 400 years old).
BTW, the Democrats are still the ones who will "put y'all back in chains", so opined Dr. Ben Carson...
And Dr. Carson's speech was last October, 2013, BEFORE the ObamaCare ScheissDreck hit the fan as it has been doing ever since, and will continue to.
Harry Reid's mouth trips on his foot, again, trying to trick Americans into focusing on anything other than the horror show that is ObamaCare. Again. Just like when "he said in 2012 that Mitt Romney hadn’t paid taxes in 10 years — because he had heard it from some guy."
* ...government debt has increased 64 percent and is on track to double by the end of the President’s second term...None of this is good, but it's all true. And it doesn't make anyone "racist" for citing these facts or for reporting them. As Malcolm X once said, "I'm for truth, no matter who tells it. I'm for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I'm a human being, first and foremost, and as such I'm for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole." And all the above just doesn't even benefit all Americans as a whole, never mind humanity.
* America is in the midst of slowest recovery since the end of World War II.
* Workforce participation has shrunk to a nearly 40-year low.
* The Labor Department reports that most occupations pay less today than they did when the President took office.
* Government debt has leaped from roughly $10 trillion to $17 trillion, yet median income has dropped $2,268 per household over that same time, and the decline has actually accelerated.
The White House’s average 2013 growth projection in their 2009 through 2012 budgets was 3.9 percent...But actual growth last year came in at half what was projected, 1.9 percent—a huge difference with real impact on millions of Americans...CBO has repeatedly said that the Administration’s $870 billion stimulus bill would be a long-term drag on the economy...
...the President propose[s] in his new budget...[to increase] spending growth by almost $1 trillion, bursting through the Ryan-Murray spending caps he signed into law only two months ago.
The plan also raises taxes more than $1 trillion—in addition to the $1.7 trillion in taxes he’s already enacted...
...the White House budget plan would add another $8 trillion to our $17 trillion debt.
...last year, we paid our creditors $221 billion in interest on our federal debt. Under the President’s plan, according to his own numbers, annual interest payments will nearly quadruple to $812 billion.