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About: plan for new jets for congress sparks bipartisan resistance - on deadline - usatoday.com

About all you can do is laugh while congress & the president apparently keep on spending like a housewife with a fist full of credit cards & no discipline at all! 

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Mark de LA says
seth 2009-08-10 15:05:18 12378
You might want to report on this item that the president's administration was against the extra jets.  I think they were added in committee by a republican.  But i guess that would have kind of taken the wind out of the sail, huh?
Your unsourced attempted smear of an unspecified Republican notwithstanding, I blame it all on the appropriations committee. Or on some of the players in this article. You can't pass the buck to the Republicans since the Democrats have the majority on the committees.

Seth says
MR 2009-08-10 17:22:45 12378
seth 2009-08-10 15:05:18 12378
You might want to report on this item that the president's administration was against the extra jets.  I think they were added in committee by a republican.  But i guess that would have kind of taken the wind out of the sail, huh?
Your unsourced attempted smear of an unspecified Republican notwithstanding, I blame it all on the appropriations committee. Or on some of the players in this article. You can't pass the buck to the Republicans since the Democrats have the majority on the committees.
Well what about you smearing, our president, with this item, not withstanding that his pentagon did not request the extra plains and said that they didn't want them?   In any case the republican does not need go unnamed, he was Jack Kingston from Georgia where the jets are made.  Then too we have the Republican leader of the House stating on his website that Republicans strongly support the passage of the bill.  But, ok, i hope Obama vetos this bill like he did with the unwanted fighter jets that he already forced out of the bill.  It would be a fitting message to the spendthrifts in Congress on both sides of the aisle.  But in any case the blame for this extra expense does not fall on the Obama administration.  That is a fact that needs to be acknowledged if we are to maintain any kind of crediablilty in our dialog.

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-08-10 18:39:47 12378
MR 2009-08-10 17:22:45 12378
seth 2009-08-10 15:05:18 12378
You might want to report on this item that the president's administration was against the extra jets.  I think they were added in committee by a republican.  But i guess that would have kind of taken the wind out of the sail, huh?
Your unsourced attempted smear of an unspecified Republican notwithstanding, I blame it all on the appropriations committee. Or on some of the players in this article. You can't pass the buck to the Republicans since the Democrats have the majority on the committees.
Well what about you smearing, our president, with this item, not withstanding that his pentagon did not request the extra plains and said that they didn't want them?   In any case the republican does not need go unnamed, he was Jack Kingston from Georgia where the jets are made.  Then too we have the Republican leader of the House stating on his website that Republicans strongly support the passage of the bill.  But, ok, i hope Obama vetos this bill like he did with the unwanted fighter jets that he already forced out of the bill.  It would be a fitting message to the spendthrifts in Congress on both sides of the aisle.  But in any case the blame for this extra expense does not fall on the Obama administration.  That is a fact that needs to be acknowledged if we are to maintain any kind of crediablilty in our dialog.
I started with the cartoon & pulled one of the current spending absurdities from the Pelosi archives.  You can pick any. I am not a Republican nor a Democrat so using one or the other label as if it mattered is just a pile of shit to me. 


Mark de LA says
Let's see if Obama vetoes them...


Seth says
MR 2009-08-11 08:36:44 12378
seth 2009-08-10 18:39:47 12378
MR 2009-08-10 17:22:45 12378
seth 2009-08-10 15:05:18 12378
You might want to report on this item that the president's administration was against the extra jets.  I think they were added in committee by a republican.  But i guess that would have kind of taken the wind out of the sail, huh?
Your unsourced attempted smear of an unspecified Republican notwithstanding, I blame it all on the appropriations committee. Or on some of the players in this article. You can't pass the buck to the Republicans since the Democrats have the majority on the committees.
Well what about you smearing, our president, with this item, not withstanding that his pentagon did not request the extra plains and said that they didn't want them?   In any case the republican does not need go unnamed, he was Jack Kingston from Georgia where the jets are made.  Then too we have the Republican leader of the House stating on his website that Republicans strongly support the passage of the bill.  But, ok, i hope Obama vetos this bill like he did with the unwanted fighter jets that he already forced out of the bill.  It would be a fitting message to the spendthrifts in Congress on both sides of the aisle.  But in any case the blame for this extra expense does not fall on the Obama administration.  That is a fact that needs to be acknowledged if we are to maintain any kind of crediablilty in our dialog.
I started with the cartoon & pulled one of the current spending absurdities from the Pelosi archives.  You can pick any. I am not a Republican nor a Democrat so using one or the other label as if it mattered is just a pile of shit to me. 

My point is that your statement in the body of the item: "About all you can do is laugh while congress & the president apparently keep on spending ..."  unjustly uses this example to blame the president - but the example does not apply to the president. 

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-08-11 08:44:56 12378
My point is that your statement in the body of the item: "About all you can do is laugh while congress & the president apparently keep on spending ..."  unjustly uses this example to blame the president - but the example does not apply to the president. 

OMG - poor baby, poor president... A president who oversees a 200+ billion deficit for just the month of July deserves taxpayer scorn! As Harry Ass Truman used to say the buck stops here. (at the president's desk). Leaders don't blame things on other people.  Anyway, the Congress apparently dropped the jets.

Mark de LA says
..& this one today crisps up the original point!

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-08-11 09:11:06 12378
source: MR deflects above
OMG - poor baby, poor president
It's not about the president - it's about writing true sentences so that people will take what we say seriously.  I do try to write true sentences.  Otherwise i could write anything and none of it would matter at all - not even to me.  If I am not constrained by reality, then my commentary is worthless. 
SR continues the RWG ad infinitum........ highlighted subject changing notwithstanding!