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February 11, 2009

Quote Of The Day

by Doug Mataconis

The current state of America, summed up quite nicely in this comment over at Donklephant:

Instead of wasteful fiscally irresponsible and corrupt Republican controlled government spending money we don’t have on Republican pork, constituencies, contributors, and unproven pet ideologies led by a president who couldn’t talk…

We now have a wasteful fiscally irresponsible and corrupt Democratic controlled government spending money we don’t have on Democratic pork, constituencies, contributors, and unproven pet ideologies led by a president who talks a good game.

Yea, that about sums it up, doesn’t it.


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