Thursday, March 28, 2013

Republicans Victimhood on Full Display thanks to Dumb Ron Johnson's "Victims of Government Project."

Republicans are so emboldened by their power and the tea party jackals that they're telling us point blank how they want to hurt us. Yet they're the victims?
Have I got a deal for you...

Conservatives have had to hide in public, cower on campus and hold their tongues at parties. Their policies have suffered and failed because there are too many Democratic laws still in place.

They’re the unfortunate victims of a society rotting from liberal socialism. What they've earned is being taken from them blah, blah, blah.

Dumb Ron Johnson has become the mood ring of tea party whiners, and a window into the dark victimized world of well-off clueless conservatives, scratching and scraping for another excuse to blame their troubles on somebody else, namely the poor.

"Victims of Government Project?" Johnson has offered up a pathetic big government shoulder to cry on for our spat upon conservative victims, who just so happen to have opposition crushing political power in our state Capitol.
Cap Times-Steve Elbow: The freshman GOP senator from Wisconsin unveiled his “victims of government project,” inviting Americans to share their stories of excessive federal regulations. “The root cause of our economic and fiscal problems is the size, the scope, and the cost of government — all the rules, all the regulations, and all the government intrusion into our lives. The Victims of Government series is designed to demonstrate that — in a very personal and powerful way. Over-regulation consumes massive amounts of the people’s money, too often lacks common sense, has no heart, costs jobs and economic growth."
Ouch, things must be pretty bad, I guess. Johnson’s victimization platform skips over the Clinton presidency, when Bill and the Democratic congress passed a tax increase that was then followed by budget surpluses “as far as the eye could see!!!” Big government and regulation...didn't seem to victimize too many people back then.

But it's government by the people that has too much control. We need to give that up to the private owners class.
Johnson can even point out one man’s story. ONE MAN?

I bet I can come up with more than one victim's story when it comes to our private health care system…oh that’s right, Johnson isn't interested in stories of horror and death resulting from the rules and regulations developed in the private sector.

Freeloading Dumb Ron Johnson forgot his own job description; lawmaker. The purpose of the house and senate, among other things, is to go back and change conflicting rules and clashing regulations. Doh!

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