John “sore-oh-man!” McCain attacks Tea Party fellowship (in typical traitorous ‘Pudlickin fashion) as they make their way up ‘Mount Debt’ in valiant but futile attempt to save middle-class earth from dreaded gubmint “eye of more-dough.”
Withered War-whore wizard and open borders Mexcromancer once again neo-conjures for the “one left-wing to rule them all.”
Frustrated by the sniping of conservative critics who opoose House Speaker John Boehner’s plan to raise the debt ceiling, Arizona Sen. John McCain unleashed on tea party groups Wednesday.
The former Republican presidential candidate went on a tirade against conservative groups that are urging House members to reject Boehner’s plan, and pulled a few lines from this morning’s Wall Street Journal editorial which dismissed them as “tea party hobbits.”
‘Pudlickin puppies roll over and pledge as McAmericans take philo-Semitic fisting from candidates elected with tea-bagger steal-of-approval.
While political clownservatives go with fiscal scorched earth policy domestically, your fiendly neighborhood hymie-man and his kikenvermin spawn will be livin’ large as you and your children cut-back or go without.
It’s well time we plucked this middle-east tax-tick from our neck and stopped backing anti-White hustlers like the ‘Pudlickins and tea-baggers. It is time for a new system. A system that puts the needs of WHITE PEOPLE FIRST.
That is why even the most liberal members of Congress never point out the absurdity of supporting full funding of military aid to Israel while cutting vital domestic programs. (In fact, the only members of Congress who have suggested that Israel share some of the sacrifice are Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) and his son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) who would pretty much cut every program in the budget, including Israel aid.)
But the two Pauls, all by themselves, were enough to send a scare to AIPAC so that it immediately got to work to make sure that other like-minded Republicans (the “cut everything” caucus) did not go off and follow them in the name of, say, logic and consistency.
AIPAC was most concerned about the Republican first-termers, most of whom were elected with the support of tea partiers, extreme fiscal conservatives who tend not to favor any exemptions from the budget ax.
Almost immediately, AIPAC produced a letter for the Republican first-termers to sign in which they pledged that, no matter what else they cut, Israel would be exempt. And almost immediately, 65 of the 87 Republican freshmen signed on. (More signed on later). Among the signatories are some of the most vehement supporters of cutting virtually every domestic program. These are people who support cutting jobs in their own districts and proudly point to their devotion to the principle that shared sacrifice means everyone.
But not Israel.
The AIPAC letter seems to recognize that virtually every other program is sustaining cuts. It refers to “runaway spending and trillion dollar deficits.” It even concedes that “tough choices must be made to control federal spending” and that “we must do a better job of prioritizing appropriations.” (Those priorities can be seen in this list of draconian budget cuts the freshmen support.)
But then this: “Therefore, as this Congress considers the upcoming Continuing Resolution, we strongly urge you [the House leadership] to include America’s full $3 billion commitment for Fiscal Year 2011 under the ten-year Us-Israel Memorandum of Understanding.”
And that is where fiscal hawks become the most docile of doves: when it comes to Israel.