[FoRK] Republicanism as Religion
lawnun at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 12:40:48 PDT 2011
There's a vast gulf of difference between trying to effect change that will actually solve a problem versus economic terrorism. The republicans as of late, seem to be all about the latter, and none of the former, as evinced by the fact that they shoot down their OWN previous policy recommendations the moment the deems agree.
I don't necessarily think we were going in the right direction before, but the shenanigans of July and August didn't do anything but undermine the system and make everyone hate the process just a little more. Unless, of course, you were betting on default. Im sure those fo.lks made out handily.
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On Sep 15, 2011, at 2:17 PM, Gregory Alan Bolcer <greg at bolcer.org> wrote:
> How about just because the current executive policies have brought the economy to the brink? Do you think the economy was on the right track before those mean old republicans tried to slow spending?
> BTW, I love hearing democrats squeal like stuck pigs whenever there is any use of raw political power which they assume should only be used by them.
> On 9/15/2011 10:32 AM, Carey Lening wrote:
>> No. But I doubt most agree that political brinksmanship and economic hostage-taking 'just because we can' isn't any better
> Actually, based on the response, I'd say it's net-worse for the country.
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