Quote of the day—Rush Limbaugh

Obamageddon. Barackalypse Now. The only silver lining I can find is that as far as 2012 goes, Obama’s a Debt Man Walking. Anybody want to tell me he’s not landslidable now?

Rush Limbaugh
August 8, 2011
Quoted in a Tea Party newsletter.
[Maybe. The election is a 15 months from now. 15 days is a long attention span for many voters.

And silver lining? Nope. With the current price of silver that is way too optimistic of an outlook. I could believe a lead lining. That would have sort of a tarnished silver look to it. I mean really–will there be a replacement available that is any better?

If I could vote for anything right now it would be for the Feds to just go away. Or maybe to throw about 90% of the Federal politicians into a tar pit and dump a few truck loads of chicken feathers on top. Flaming cow dung on top that is optional.

The states can take care of themselves. If some of the states go bankrupt they can sell off their assets. Why not put city, county, and maybe even state governments up for auction? Who would disagree with the claim that Apple, Google, and Microsoft could do a better job of running there own cities than the bozos that try to do it now.

Forget elections for the government entities that went broke. Sell them off to whoever wants to have them. Let people run them however they want as long as people can move out with their property if they want.

What do you want to bet that states of BillGatesand SteveJobs will be much better places to do business, live, raise your kids than the People Republic of GeorgeSoros? And the village of RonJeremyVille will have a night life and adult entertainment which will make sin city Las Vegas look like the city of angels. It would be the most densely populated patch of land on the planet that no one claims to have ever visited.

I’m more than a little cynical right now.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Rush Limbaugh

  1. I’ve heard the idea that states going bankrupt should be converted back to territories. As per the US constitution, let the reapply for statehood. When the most mismanaged states lose their House and senate members (and the ability to vote for electors, essentially meaning their right to vote for president), the rest of the US will benefit directly.

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