(Enter Stage Right) -- I've been called a fascist by communists and a communist by fascists. I've been called a pagan by Christians and a Christian by pagans. I've been called an optimist by pessimists and a pessimist by optimists. All of us have been labeled by others. We've all been called this by that and that by this, we've all had people try to insult us by how they refer to us, but when people insult our intelligence they are usually showing their ignorance.
The actions of the second-stringers, stand-ins, and understudies from the theater of the absurd who now pass for leadership in our Republic not only insult our intelligence, they act as if the American people have the IQ of a potted plant and the attention span of someone riddled with ADD. There is one good thing about people who insult our intelligence; they're probably misunderestimating the true level of our understanding.
Looking back our President told us that killing the Keystone Pipeline was no big deal. Instead he told us "However many jobs might be generated by a Keystone pipeline, they're going to be a lot fewer than the jobs that are created by extending the payroll tax cut and extending unemployment insurance." Making decisions that kill the opportunity to create real jobs is offset by the jobs created by extending payments made to those who are unemployed. That doesn't make sense to anyone outside the beltway
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