Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The LuLac Edition #1330, Oct. 13th, 2010




A recent letter to the Harrisburg Patriot News wins our place for “Write On Wednesday”. Not necessarily for the content or the brevity but for the scoop. Ed Rendell as Obama’s Chief of staff? Mr. Obama appointed a placeholder and if any President needed a Leo McGarry, this is the one. Anyway, here’s that letter:
The Democrats have control of the presidency, the Senate and the House yet they can't get anything done except run up huge deficits. They call the Republicans "The Party of No." Of course the Republicans are saying no. If they were saying yes to spending all this money we don't have they would be Democrats.
We now have 44 million poor people in this country. The Obama administration won't tackle poverty or illegal immigration. Obama wages war on the business community and the people who have investments. Who does he think takes the risk to create markets and jobs?
ROBERT W. BLACK, South Middleton Twp.


At 7:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go Eddie ... Go!

At 7:30 AM, Blogger PoorRichard said...

Damn it upsets me when people defend the Republican Party of NO. Yes Obama has taken a few shots at bug business and why not? It is big business greed that has shipped our jobs out of our boarders. It is the Republicans who come up with cute terms that only help the wealthy, terms such as the "Death Tax" ..... hell, you and I could only hope to be hit with the "death tax". That would mean we are multi millionaires. Obama Care rather than Health Care reform .... why? Because the insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies are terrified of the word "reform". Tax Break ...... give me a "break"! The tax break Obama wants is for people who earn up to $250,000 while the Republicans want it for the mega rich. I have to say that being forced to respond to this type of bullshit is very tiring, especially when the working class are convinced to vote against their own best interest by the Karl Roves of the Republican Party. These same voters think hat a council of 11 members and an appointed manager who can control government behind closed doors is a step in the right direction. If the Republicans rule heaven, I'll gladly go to hell.


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