I want everyone involved to go after this guy with everything non violent.... violence will not be the solution, though it is a nice revenge fantasy to deal with my hatred for these rich, priveleged fucks who think that this crises is the working man's fault.
THIS FINANCIAL CRISES WAS CAUSED BY THE BANKERS, AND WALL STREET, AND THE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES THAT OVERSEE THEM. THEY ARE THE ONES WHO SHOULD BE PAYING THE PIPER, NOT GETTING FAT FUCKING BONUSES WHILE MY BUDDY, IN HIS MID-FORTIES AND SMART AS HELL AND A HARDER, HEALTHIER WORKER YOU WILL NEVER FIND... is going to lose everything he has worked for. No longer be able to help his daughter with college, his disabled grand-daughter, etc...
He has four cats and God only knows what will happen to them. I was afraid to ask. Just didn't want to know. How one person can stand up and declare that he does not give a shit that 200 thousand people and their families, so let's say that means close to 800 thousand people are plunged into total poverty.... 200 thousand people should show up at his house and ask for a place to stay.
GET THIS PASSED, EVEN IF THE CIA HAS TO BRAIN WASH THIS FUCKER.
800 thousand people have to survive NOW. This rich fuck says he is worried about his grandchildren, though he could obviously give a fuck about everyone else's. This guy needs to be tossed out of politics, banned from polite society, and branded an enemy of the people.
To hold up a point of pride that shoves families into the streets shows you have nothing to be proud of at all.
COBURN... you might think you are being a rebel, and sure some assholes are going to applaud you, but there are a hell of a lot more of us than you.... and we are going to be watching you, hounding you, funding your opposition and showing you just what a bitch you are.
I authorize anything short of breaking the law where this guy is concerned. Attack him hard.
Tom Coburn to play politics with the lives of a "relatively small amount of people"
Wed Apr 07, 2010 at 08:32:12 AM PDT
The entire concept of the Party of No has been a dream come true for Tom "Dr. No" Coburn (R-OK). Long known for holding up spending bills in the senate, Coburn is now vowing to:
... block all future spending bills in the Senate that aren’t fully “paid for” with cuts to other spending programs.
That spending includes the extension of jobless benefits ... a political decision that means 200,000 people are losing their benefits this week. Coburn's response?
Coburn cast doubt on any political backlash against the GOP over the issue, noting that when an unemployment extension is passed, it will include retroactive benefits for those who apply.He argued voters will support the GOP given concerns about the deficit.“The easiest thing in the world is to pass this bill unpaid for, but consider the millions of Americans whose financial futures would be damaged, versus the relatively small amount of people who will be affected by this delay. Now you tell me which vote takes the most courage.”
After all, it's only 200,000 people and their families who will be unable to pay the rent or put food on on the table. What a courageous, self-described Christian.
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