Filed under: Democrat Corruption, Domestic Policy, Economy, Education, Energy, Environment, Health Care, Politics | Tags: Democrat Lies/Dirty Tricks, Economy, Obama, Taxes
The White House, beginning Sunday, will harness every part of the Democratic Party’s machinery to defend the indefensible. They will defend President Obama’s budget and portray Republicans as reflexively political, according to party strategists.
A participant in the planning meetings described the push as a successor to Democrats’ silly message that Rush Limbaugh is the Republican party leader. “We have exhausted the use of Rush as an attention-getter,” the official said.
O.K. I added a bit of editorial comment there. The Democrats have majorities in both houses of Congress. They can pass pretty much what they want to, but some Democrats are rapidly losing enthusiasm, and at least Republicans know what is damaging to the country.
Democrats plan to hammer the idea that Republicans are just saying “no” to the president’s budget plans without offering their own alternative. Hmmph. Seems to me that we have loudly been offering alternatives for some time. Like suggesting that trying to do everything at once was a poor idea. Or indicating that health care, energy, the environment and education are all hugely expensive policies that will involve not only vast costs, but will raise taxes on everyone — in the middle of a recession. Very bad idea. A cap-and-trade policy alone is estimated to raise every family’s energy costs by over $300 a month. Contrary to claims, health care will not save money — even Obama’s budget director has said that it will be far more expensive than it has been portrayed.
The permanent campaign is ratcheting up. All those folks who gave Obama their email address will be asked to pledge their support. Perhaps they haven’t heard that Obama’s budget calls for the largest deficit in U.S. history and a doubling of the national debt to $23 trillion by 2019. The message is designed to distract from the size of the budget, and by trying to smear Republicans with “political motivation” they hope to keep wavering Democrats on the party line.
New ads will call “No Responsibility”, but how can anyone claim that trillions in new spending is responsible? The budget spends too much, taxes too much and borrows too much, and does way too many of the wrong things.
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