We Can’t Decide on an Inadequate Solution

Posted on December 4, 2012 11:00 am

The thing I don’t get about all this talk about reducing the deficit is about how all of them are way off the mark. Obama is proposing $1.2 trillion in reduction — mainly in taxes — and the Republicans are proposing $2.2 trillion. But that’s over ten years. And the current deficit is over $1 trillion each year. So don’t we actually need a package of deficit reduction of more than $10 trillion over the next ten years? It’s like Obama wants to buy a Ferrari we can’t afford and the Republicans are trying to get him to compromise by only buying a BMW we can’t afford.

So we’re at a situation where doing the $2.2 trillion in reduction — far less than necessary — is controversial. That’s why if I am elected president, I will do everything I can to lock pretty much all of Congress in prison forever and confiscate their wealth to ensure their families live in poverty, because that’s really the only just outcome at this point considering how they’ve treated the nation’s finances (and our incomes with their taxes). I’d place their heads on spikes and put them around D.C., but that’s unsanitary and would never fly.

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8 Responses to “We Can’t Decide on an Inadequate Solution”

  1. Jimmy says:

    If heads on spikes are unsanitary, Frank, you could just impale their entire bodies on poles with seats. Very thoughtful with easy cleanup.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    When “our side” is pretending to talk tough while proposing nonsense that doesn’t even come close to attacking the problem, it becomes all the more clear we don’t have a side.

  3. Jimmy says:

    Son of Bob, we haven’t had a “side” since before George Herbert Walker Bush.

    “Republicans” can go stick their heads in toilets.

    Wait. The already are.

  4. Jimmy says:

    Worth a read at Breitbart:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/12/04/Palin-GOP-Already-Has-Populist-Movement

  5. plentyobailouts says:

    I am afraid I must be serious for a moment. I know all of you are say Plenty! Say it isn’t so!
    All of the sob’s are economic illiterates and yet everyone called Ron Paul a kook. At least he could do math. Unlike boner and jackob who can only do meth.
    I see boner kicked all the good fiscal people off of the committees. You “people” that voted Republican, shut up and quit whining. You did this to us. You sheeple that voted marxist. Well, Frank makes us keep this site PG.

    On a lighter note. If Frank J would just write a book, I bet he would have the answers to everything!

  6. Rayfan87 says:

    Part of me thinks the Republicans should get on TV with Obama’s proposal and say “Ok, this is your fix, lets give it a shot, but when it fails every Democrat and any of their stooges have to resign. Then we fix it our way.”

  7. plentyobailouts says:

    Rayfan scores!

    Part of me thinks we should dress the occupant as a watermelon and send him to see a Gallagher show.

  8. TiminAL says:

    FrnakJ – 2016 – Spikin’ the Doucheballs!

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