What is up with that?
People know that when you point fingers and call people names that you don't really have anything to say. Don't they? Please see my previous post, Petulance.
The fiscally-responsible, calm, logical adults in the room are being called:
-they have bombs strapped to their chests,
-they are holding the government hostage,
-they are pointing guns at people's heads.
There are probably more that I have missed. Those are just a few of the things that the fiscally conservative are being called because they want to:
-get rid of a law that 7 out of 10 people don't want, a law that congress passed (questionably) and then exempted itself from, all congressional and White House staffers have been exempted, unions have been exempted and big businesses have been exempted. Small businesses and individuals, who don't want this law, are having this law shoved down their throats.
-stop wasteful government spending,
-stop giving a blank check to the president who wants to take money from hard working Americans and give that money to felons, illegal aliens and people who just don't feel like working,
-try to balance our budget, get rid of the $4 trillion deficit and do something about the $17 trillion national debt.
The name calling isn't working. It just shows that they don't have anything to say. Doesn't it?