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Stephen Kruiser


February 26, 2013 - 12:23 am

Tissue, please

A meat cleaver hangs over the federal government, but the unflappable men and women of the House majority remain cool and poised.

With just four days left to stop automatic spending cuts from affecting everything from air travel to food inspections, House Republicans had but one item on their agenda Monday: renaming a NASA facility in California.

Planes will fall out of the sky and no one will be able to tell you if you’re eating horse meat. Milbank and the rest of his litter of Obama lapdogs have gotten so used to Boehner caving at the last minute that they seem genuinely worried that they may finally be unsuccessful in scaring him into doing it this time.

If that actually comes to pass, I may celebrate with a horse burger. No fries, though, I’m training for a race.

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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There is a pretty simple reason why most of the public isn't buying this nonsense: on January 1, every working person in the US took a 2% pay cut, because of the expiration of the temporary FICA cut.
So everyone with a job had to figure out how to get by on 2% less money. We still went to work, and maybe we just had to cut back on a few frivilous purchases.
It just does not pass the laugh test that something similar to a rounding error in the federal budget is going to cause airplanes to fall out of the sky, or for horse-meat burgers to fill up the grill at the local restaurant.
I know that DC pols and the MSM thinks we are all stupid, but do they really think we are THAT stupid?
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A race, huh? Make sure it's certified 100% thoroughbred.
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