How About Burning Bridges Instead of Crossing Them?

Posted on November 15, 2012 8:00 am

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said that if the debt limit must be raised by another $2.4 trillion, “we’ll raise it.”

Amazing how that line in the sand always ends up being more sand than line.

[Seriously, Harry needs to wake up and have himself an Alec Guinness moment]

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4 Responses to “How About Burning Bridges Instead of Crossing Them?”

  1. Zaklog the Great says:

    Exactly why should Republicans offer any concessions to this lying dirtbag who swore he would never cooperate with a Romney administration? As far as I can tell, “bipartisanship” means conservatives giving liberals everything they want.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    So, you’re saying that Republicans shouldn’t fall for the “spending cuts tied to tax increases” line, like Reagan did? Don’t worry, Boehner’s too smart for that…cough…cough…sputter…wheeze…gak

  3. zzyzx says:

    Why do we even have a debt limit…it serves no purpose.

  4. Fly says:

    It serves the very useful purpose of calling attention to Congress’s profligate spending every time they have to raise it.

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