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Political Cartoons by Ken Catalino

The 2013 Homeland Security appropriations bill would increase one-way fees for passengers from $2.50 to $5 in order to close a budget shortfall at the Transportation Security Administration.

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) said the $315 million in funding would otherwise come from taxpayers and argued it is better to stick passengers who rely on TSA with the bill.

The 2013 Homeland Security appropriations bill would increase one-way fees for passengers from $2.50 to $5 in order to close a budget shortfall at the Transportation Security Administration.

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) said the $315 million in funding would otherwise come from taxpayers and argued it is better to stick passengers who rely on TSA with the bill. (The Hill)

Does Mrs. “Louisiana Kickback” understand many of them ARE taxpayers? probably not. Or that Maybe the TSA, besides being a pedophilic mob of brutes and brainlessness is yet another government inefficiency.

Naw, Let’s just TAX & SPEND! The money never ever runs out. Spend more money and we’ll get more expensive brainless morons.

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And it’s Still Bush’s Fault! and if you elect Romney he’s just Bush.

Even nearly 4 years later the mindless obsession continues.

President Obama and his surrogates are making repeated references to the economic policies of former President George W. Bush, seeking to tie Mitt Romney’s platform to that of the previous administration. 

Team Obama argues the Romney campaign is advocating tax and economic policies that would repeat the problems that put the country into recession, exacerbate income inequality and prevent middle-class Americans from getting a “fair shot.”

At a speech last week at Florida Atlantic University, Obama—without mentioning Bush by name — sought to link tax policies put forth by Romney and other top Republicans to Bush, drawing a distinct us-versus-them contrast.

“We tried this for eight years before I took office — we tried it,” Obama said to roaring applause from the college crowd. “It’s not like we didn’t try it.”

Obama went on to explain that “at the beginning of the last decade,” with Bush at the helm, the wealthiest Americans got two huge tax cuts while financial institutions were “allowed to write their own rules or find their way around rules.”

“We were told the same thing we’re being told now — ‘This is going to lead to faster job growth,’ ” Obama continued. 

“ ‘This is going to lead to greater prosperity for everybody.’ Guess what? It didn’t.”

But neither have you. But then again….That’s Bush’s Fault! 🙂

Anyone else really tired of this dead horse?

And throw in your Class Warfare to boot. It’s like its 2008 and the last 4 years never happened.

Watch how history is manipulated in this quote:

“Yes, the rich got much richer, corporations made big profits,” he said of the Bush years during the speech at Florida Atlantic. “But we also had the slowest job growth in half a century. The typical American family actually saw their incomes fall by about 6 percent … healthcare premiums skyrocketed. Financial institutions started making bets with other people’s money. … And then our entire financial system collapsed. You remember that?”

He skillfully weaved the last 4 years in to look like they happened PRIOR to his administration and then blamed it all on Bush.

Are you that stupid? He hopes so. And the media will certainly help him.

Alinksy’s Rules For Radicals Rule 11: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, polarize it.

Here are a few gravity-defying pickings from today’s new ABC News/Washington Post Poll:

Only 16% of Americans say their economic situation has improved under Barack Obama’s reign. Fully 30% say their situation is worse. Yet 49% of these 1,004 registered voters back Obama’s reelection, while 46% prefer Mitt Romney.

Barely one-third of Americans (34%) blame Obama for the ongoing economic problems while nearly half (49%) blame George W. Bush, who hasn’t been around the Oval Office in his tie and coat for 1,218 days.

The poll reports that the man having the better personal character to be president is Obama, 52%-38%, over Romney. Not kidding here.

Of those Americans who say the economy is “not so good,” 58% still support the guy who added nearly a trillion stimulus dollars to the national debt to little noticeable effect.

In terms of who “better represents your personal values,” Obama beats Romney 47% to 43%.

Unemployment has been above 8% for the longest period in three-quarters of a century. So in terms of better understanding the economic problems people are enduring, the Democrat president who’s presided over the last 40 months beats Romney, 48%-40%. (IBD)

So they probably are. And virtually 50% of  all Americans are dependent on the government so they’ll vote to have you pay for them.

Shared Sacrifice, don’t you know. They share your sacrifice to to the almighty Gods of Class Warfare.

Tipping point? How about Tipped…

Titanic anyone? Hey,was that an iceberg…

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