Saturday, January 22

They let me sign checks with a stamp, Marge. A stamp!

This article pretty much speaks for itself. I was going to make some snide sarcastic comment, but at this point it's hardly necassary. These people in government couldn't possibly be more clownish if they tried. The rule of government is that they will always spend as much money as you let them, plus 10% more. The problem is nobody actually wants to stop spending, as mentioned in my previous posts. Everyone agrees that we are spending too much, and something really should be done about that, as long as it doesn't include cutting any spending.


Blogger Aras said...

Eliminate all spending except for military, police, firefighters, and local roads. That's what I says.

4:20 AM  
Blogger Trashcan said...

Of course there's a difference between federal and state spending. under the theory that states are testing grounds where we can see how different policies work/people can freely move from state to state if they either like or don't like a certain type of government. I don't have any problem with excessive state spending. As long as california/illinois/new york/connecticut/any other bankrupt state (most of which happen to be very liberal with high taxes and even higher spending) don't ask the federal government to bail them out, they can do whatever they want. It's federal spending that really needs to be reined in.

12:24 AM  

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