“Ya Think”

It’s been 770 days since the Senate Democrats have produced a budget. That’s over two years since we’ve seen anything from the Senate .. and yes, I blame this on the Democrats because they have held control of the Senate since 2007. While Harry Reid recently said it would be “foolish” for Democrats to propose their own federal budget for 2012, some of his Democrat colleagues are thinking twice.

In a, “gee, ya think?” moment yesterday, California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said, “I think we need to have a budget that we stand by.”

Why does Feinstein believe this? Not because the Senate owes it to the people of America and their constituents to have a budget, but because the Democrats are now finding it to be politically detrimental. People are starting to catch on. The Democrats simply refuse to submit a budget of their own and stand on the sidelines lobbing grenades at the Republicans while telling frightened old people that the Republicans want them dead. Does that tactic still work? Apparently some Democrats are afraid that is might not still be the key to regaining power.

Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

One thought on ““Ya Think””

  1. Something about glass houses comes to mind. Democrats know they have no good ideas, at least not ones that the American people think are good, so they are content to just try and make the GOP look bad.

    It’s easier to throw mud than to build a foundation. Democrats are mud slingers, Conservatives are trying to build the foundation that will hold our country up for generations to come.

    Good article.

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