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Mar 25 2013

Even With Sequester, We Thankfully Still Have Chairs

Even Chairman Zero appears to be aware that the Sequestrocalypse is a joke:

But there still won’t be any White House tours; not until Republicans officially renounce the possibility of slowing the rate of growth of government spending.

On a tip from The Only Other Conservative in Seattle.

10 Responses to “Even With Sequester, We Thankfully Still Have Chairs”

  1. let them eat cake says:

    Mere mundanes shouldn’t be allowed a tour in the crackhouse in the district of cesspool lest they distract the immaculate chicago messiah from his eternal campaign, fund raising, latest appearance on teevee talk shows and party party party duties.

  2. Bill T says:

    Here comes Team Obama’s carbon tax
    The Office of Environment and Energy, if you’ve never heard of it, is housed in Treasury’s Office of International Affairs and exists principally to wait for authority to administer the revenue from a cap-and-trade scheme or carbon tax. And, apparently, to trick Americans into supporting the tax to provide it the money. So the documents they’ve reluctantly released are worth a careful look.

  3. Steve says:

    You Tax Dollars at Work. IRS Video Spoofs Star Trek Episode…

  4. Flu-Bird says:

    The perfect car for Obama,Gore and the rest of them THE FLINTSTONES car just use your feet

  5. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Slime magazine anxiously awaits for the workers of the world to fulfill Marx’s dreams and cut down Capitalism with Obama as drum majorette, leading the envy parade.
    Meanwhile in the real unpropagandized world, it’s actually Obama’s brand of corporate cronyism that is expanding the wealth gap
    In the 2009-2010 period, a time of modest economic growth, the top 1 percent of U.S. earners captured 93 percent of all the income growth in the country.

    Got that? Now compare it to how the mega-rich made out during the Bush upswing years of 2002 to 2007. During that time, the top 1 percent of earners captured just 65 percent of all the income growth.

    That means the rising tide has lifted fewer boats during the Obama years — and the ones it’s lifted have been mostly yachts.

  6. Ummah Gummah says:


    I have an idea. Why don’t we get rid of Obama by cutting off his salary? As long as the sequester is in effect, all of them, not only Obama, should be means-tested and if they are found to be able to survive without their gubmit paychecks, let them “serve” as their patriotic duty calls for.

    I wonder how many RATS would be leaving the ship if that were ever implemented.


  7. Ummah Gummah says:


    Thankfully, we also still have tables in the White House for him to put his feet up on.


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