Collection attorneys are almost the lowest rung in the hierarchy of attorneys. Maybe court appointed criminal attorneys are lower. The dumb ass a/k/a Little Dougie can’t read, can’t follow an argument, and constructs straw man arguments, and then attacks them instead of what the person actually said. Do I have to type slowly so that Dumbass Mataconis can follow what I am about to say? I. Think. So. Carrie Prejean said:
“I exercised my freedom of speech and I was punished for doing so.” Dumbass Mataconis (copyright pending) then went on to say that she was wrong. Dumbass Dougie, you idiot moron who should be disbarred for being so illogical, let me point out the error of your post. Continue reading →
Even under the Obama Administration’s most rosey scenario imaginable the deficits projected for the next ten years by his own administration are all worse than the highest year of the Bush Administration. Even while fighting two wars, instituting Homeland Security, fighting through the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina and 9/11, GW Bush never spent as much in one year as Obama plans to spend every year for the next ten years.
And the Congressional Budget Office predicts that the yearly deficits will be much higher than predicted by the Obama Administration. Course, predictably, the Obama Administration says: “It’s Bush’s fault.”
Listening to the MSM and the liberal pundits and the Democrat party leaders, the answer is yes. But that would be like having Obama take advice from Putin on what America should do to improve. Or having the Pittsburgh Steelers take advice from Matt Millen, formerly of the Detroit Lions, on what the Steelers need to do to improve. Or, for you idiot liberals who don’t know what I am talking about, for Perez Hilton to take advice from Carrie Prejean on how he ought to change his stance on same-sex marriage to conform to hers. Democrats do not know what they are talking about, and even if they do on occasion, they never have the best interest of the Republican Party in mind when they give their unsolicited advice.
Funny, these same people claim that the GOP needs to have a “bigger tent”–so big that it can contain purported Republicans who deserted their party nominee to support the Democrat nominee for President. They claimed that the Republicans needed to run a “moderate” for President, and they still did not vote for him. Yet now they want the GOP to alienate millions of the conservative base who listen to him daily. Some big tent. Continue reading →