The Senatraitors have decided to go ahead and vote on the unconstitutional Porkulus Albatross Monstrosity that has billions of those non-earmark earmarks inserted that Czarbie says don't exist. At this moment, the Fools on The Hill have concluded, for the time being, more of the same idiocy that has become the norm of those oblivious to the content of the United States Constitution.
The vote to vote was 61-36. Have you ever wondered how odd it is for "executives" to hold meetings to schedule further meetings? If the Senate has decided to go ahead and vote, why then don't they just get it over with and violate the US Constitution? What's the hold up?
[...] By the Way: It's even more expensive now. It's up to $829 billion, ten billion more than the House bill it was "slimmed down" from. [...]
So, now, more is "lean". I can only surmise now that "less" is "fat". I keep going back to Gateway Pundits' post: "Good Is Bad, Up Is Down, Black Is White, War Is Peace, Tax Evasion Is a Glitch... America Is Safer With Gitmo Closed" A wise man once said that "we live in upside down land". Global Warming causes cold temperatures and you can now lose weight by eating 30 donuts a day.
[...] Democrat Sen. Ben Nelson of Nebraska is defending the Turncoat Caucus plan.
He just called it “lean.”
If the trillion-dollar-spendulus is “lean,” Oprah Winfrey is anorexic. [...]
Porkulus is being praised by MSLSD ... Senate Votes to Cut Off Debate on Stimulus Bill (Obama Returns to Campaign Tactics to Push Legislation)
A massive economic stimulus bill overcame a key procedural hurdle today as senators voted to cut off debate on the measure, virtually assuring Senate approval in a vote scheduled for tomorrow.
Senators voted 61 to 36 to invoke cloture on the legislation, which President Obama today urged Congress to pass "immediately" to avoid the prospect of a "deepening disaster." He also plans to talk about the package in a news conference scheduled to start at 8 p.m. Eastern time. [...]
Weren't we told that fear mongering was taboo?