"Respectfully, Scott Brown ought to be ashamed of himself," Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.) told Neil Cavuto on the Faux No Business Network. "This is the defining moment of this generation. We have got to be bold. We know these entitlements have to be reformed to be saved. He knows that."Defining moment? Yep, Walsh knows that with Michael Madigan's congressional redistricting map he has no chance of winning another election. As such this 2 year window is his moment to do as much damage to the poor and middle class as possible. Which is why Joe Walsh supports eliminating reduced school lunch prices for struggling parents, the destruction of Medicaid, the theft of Social Security, voting to continue Corporate Welfare for Multi-National Oil Companies and then disingenuously saying we should end them, and the transfer of US taxpayer dollars to the Plutocratic Class and their off-shore bank accounts.
Walsh added, "Any Republican that doesn’t vote for this or doesn’t support this is purely being guided by political reasons."Unlike Walsh who is being guided purely by Class Warfare and the $$$ he expects to collect from the American Enterprise Institute, Heritage Foundation, the Cato Institute and other Right Wing Grift Tanks. As well as, the influence peddling he will do once Walsh settles into his role as Special Interest Lobbyist.
Walsh continued. "This is not time to be politically scared. Every day I am in this town I am more convinced this president has no clue as to the financial cliff we are about to fall off of.”The Republicans are running around like Chicken Hawks with their heads cut off. Every Republican is facing the prospect of defeat if they support Paul Ryan's plan to Abolish Medicare and Enslave America. But, they are also facing the Grover Norquist Inquisition on the grounds of not being enough of Fiscal Terrorist.
Now, Joe Walsh won a close race against a centrist Democrat, Melissa Bean in 2010. But, whenever a Republican wins a seat in the Federal Government he knows his job is to do as much damage and throw as many (rhetorical bombs) at the middle class and poor as possible.
But, the funniest thing about certain Republicans, like Joe Walsh, is no matter how hard they flog that chicken of fiscal disagreement with President Obama, one other thing comes back into play every time the totally not Racist Republicans speak. See if you can identify what Joe Walsh is talking baout in his latest quote:
"Why was [Obama] elected? Again, it comes back to who he was. He was black, he was historic. And there’s nothing racist about this. It is what it is. If he had been a dynamic, white, state senator elected to Congress he wouldn’t have gotten in the game this fast. This is what made him different. That, combined with the fact that your profession”—another friendly tap of the bumper sticker—”not you, but your profession, was just absolutely compliant. They made up their minds early that they were in love with him. They were in love with him because they thought he was a good liberal guy and they were in love with him because he pushed that magical button: a black man who was articulate, liberal, the whole white guilt, all of that.”