What bipartisanship gets us

Commenter at the “liberal” L.A. Times:

It’s little wonder that the nations who’re trying to get their fiscal act together (Canada, U.K., Germany) have all elected conservative governments. But here, Whiner Nation can’t accept the truth. We’re broke and your entitled cradle to grave Greek style retirement is no longer viable. Boo-hoo.

American’s no longer need ask what they can do for their country because most do nothing for their country. There’s no military draft, 40% of wage earners pay no income taxes and essentially the new American Spirit is begging for someone better off to take care of you. Pretty sad.

The class envy left is so devoid of morals, economic common sense and can-doism that it’s clear why we’re bankrupt as a nation.

To those of you who think that anyone owes you a blessed thing, you’d better think again. I probably speak for quite a few taxpayers when I say the following to the ungrateful leftists, “I don’t feel obligated to your welfare because I can’t even stand breathing the same air as most of you.”

2 thoughts on “What bipartisanship gets us

  1. Don’t have to be a Peace Freak to be against War. Do you have any idea what would happen to someone who would say such to this Viet Nam Vet’s face? I keep asking these loud-mouths to step outside, but they never do. Which brings us to Dr. Black’s observation this morning – “You mean anyone can say anything they want?” (on the Internet, paraphrased) and my favorite cartoon that hangs in my office “On the Internet nobody knows you’re a dog”. That commenter wouldn’t have the courage to say something like that in public.

  2. It is a near absolute certainty that the gasbag who heaved up those foul words had life handed to him on a platter by daddy.

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