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Monday, April 05, 2010

Stop Makin' Stuff Up!

Have you seen the story about ACORN closing on the news?
No, I bet you didn't.
You probably saw plenty of coverage of the 'Pimp & his Ho' (aka- lying activist tools James O'Keefe & Hannah Giles) on Fox Noise going to different ACORN locations. Every MSM was ready to report that ACORN was guilty of something (even Congress's effort to defund ACORN was determined unconstitutional) but not so much reporting after the fact when the truth came out.
It was all lies.
Rachel Maddow reveals more lies that don't get enough attention in the MSM.
We need more truth and less bull-puckey.

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Stuff like this is at the core of the problems in Washington. This is why so much time goes by and nothing seems to get done in Congress and especially in the Senate. They talk about 'bipartisanship' and 'reaching across the aisle' but that's all "bull-puckey" to.

There are two parties in control and that's a problem as both parties are under the control of corporate donors and their lobbyists. What we are left with is a couple dozen reps that actually try to get things done against an overwhelming majority of corporate tools.
We need more parties for more diverse representation.

The republicans have demonstrated that their single objective is to obstruct anything proposed by democrats, demonize them by any means necessary and remove them from office. The republicans want control at any cost even it means the legislative process grinds to a halt. But when the republicans get control they create disasters. On the other hand when the democrats have control they lack the conviction to get thing done. They don't have the balls to make the tough choices, get in the face of the obstructionists and take charge.

The rules are fixed and the system is broken. It is a very difficult process to watch.
Too many lies, too much deception and way too much bull-puckey.

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