The GOP is in disarray! Congressional Republicans are wavering on taxes as Speaker John Boehner’s eyes well up with tears at the sight of the oncoming fiscal cliff.
What happened? Obama found his backbone with nothing left to lose now that he has four more years to party it up. The polls favor his tax increases on the rich and he knows that his media allies will assure that the GOP takes the blame for the resulting tax raises on the middle class, the resulting recession, or both.
Never before has the GOP needed some balls more and yet found them in shorter supply.
A day may come, when the courage of conservatives fails. When we forsake our oaths to Grover Norquist and break the fellowship of the Tea Party. That day is not this day. That day will probably come in December.
This week, we need to gather up and melt down some brass for John Boehner’s balls. This will require:
1. Any track that uses brass instruments (e.g.: trumpets, saxophones, tubas, trombones)
2. Genres to consider include Big Band, Swing, Jazz, Ska, Blues, etc.
Predictable first selection is In the Mood by Glenn Miller
For last week’s smart shoppers:
pfluffy, who elbowed me in the ribs for that XBox*: Night Boat to Cairo by Madness
Iconoclast, who trampled over me at Best Buy* for the last Blu-Ray copy of The Complete Works of John Hughes Collection: Us and Them by Pink Floyd
Biggie G, who delivered a crippling kick to my kneecap and ran off with the iPad I wanted at the Apple Store*: Super Bad by James Brown
Mississippi Yankee…there I was at Toys R Us*, reaching for that super-cool Thomas the Train set. The second I touched it, MY emerged, grabbed my hand, and bit it. He didn’t take the train set though. Just wanted to share the pain. The true spirit of the holidays? Green Hornet Theme by Al Hirt
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