Monthly Archives: July 2011
Well, it’s official. Boehner’s plan didn’t come up for a vote yesterday because he couldn’t get the necessary votes. The hows and whys are not important. (Although they are delicious.) What matters is that with five days left before everything … Continue reading
Okay. Here’s the plan. Boehner’s plan is dead on arrival. Reid’s plan won’t pass the House. Obama has ruled out the 14th Amendment option. The only way out is that we have to pass a clean debt bill. And I … Continue reading
So. Let’s review… Boehner pitches his plan that’s dead on arrival. Reid’s plan not going get passed in the House. We are six days away from everything going tits up and the only thing that may walk us through this … Continue reading
Right. I get it. We’re supposed to call our Congress Critters and ask them to support a balanced approached to the debt limit, using both cuts and enhanced revenue. I get that. Hell I applaud that! Scare the crap out … Continue reading
Murdoch, Wisconsin and the Debt Limit: “There is always hope. Only because it’s the one thing that no one has figured out how to kill yet.”.
I’m not gonna lie to you, Marge. This has been a rough couple of weeks for me. And it’s not over yet. Watching the Debt Limit negotiations play out has been like being trapped in a car on the train … Continue reading