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Want to see what propaganda looks like?

Then take a look at how “The Hill” reports the likely defeat of an idiotic democrat scheme to help union bosses make more money and lard democrat campaign coffers at the expense of economic growth, in the democrat controlled senate of all places, is happening because of republican resistance! As if you needed more proof that this is just political jockeying by the democrats, I show you this:

The Democrats’ minimum wage bill is set to die on the Senate floor Wednesday. Despite an intense push by President Obama and Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill, Senate Republicans haven’t budged and will reject the measure that would increase the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. The procedural roll call to advance the bill is expected to fail on a party-line vote, short of the 60 votes needed.

The legislation is coming up for a vote after weeks of delay, but a multipronged pressure campaign against Republicans has failed to fracture the GOP — in sharp contrast to prior election years. Democrats could bring the bill back to the floor many times between now and the midterm elections, but the small window for a bipartisan compromise or a GOP capitulation has all but shut. The GOP-led House, meanwhile, is adamantly opposed to the Senate measure.

Yeah sure. The problem this thing can’t pass in a democrat controlled senate, where Harry Reid and the democrats have held the nation hostage for going on 6 years now, is the republicans. And democrats thinks this minimum wage hike bill is such an important thing to have – for economic growth I bet – that they are going to keep bringing it back, many times, the article quotes, before the midterm elections. Seriously, do we need to rehash how idiotic this all looks and plays out to be? The idea is idiotic and will cause economic harm, and the democrats know it, but it plays well with the envious idiots that think families actually exist out there where the main bread winner is only getting paid a minimum wage.

Jackals, I tell you. The fucking class warriors do not care who they screw over and how much lying they have to do to help them steal elections. They would rather burn the house down than concede their ideas abject are failures with real and detrimental economic consequences. You want to really tell me that the scorched earth machine Reis has been running with an iron fist can’t find a few east coast RINOS to vote along with them to pass this thing? Ask yourself why that would be the case.

I usually don’t hold a very high opinion of the young and mushy headed, but I am surprised that so many amongst them get it. The sad thing is that this distrust should be prevalent amongst all of us. Just look at the track record of these credentialed elite. Look at their bank accounts before and after they got elected too. That will give you a clear picture of what is going on and why things are broken beyond anything they had ever been before.

This is what that “hope and fundamental change” Obama promised you idiots that voted for him, not once, but twice, looks like. Instead of doing things to help the average person, they grandstand and want things that will cause even more economic ruination. And then simply because it helps enrich them. Fucking parasites.

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  1. Miguelito says:

    We’re even trying to outdo them here in San Diego. Already being one of the most expensive places to live, sky-high housing costs and regulations and such up the ass isn’t even enough for some progressives apparently.

    Fricking ridiculous..

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  2. AlexInCT says:

    Speaking of San Diego….

    I had a buddy that had a gaming startup he put together in 1999 that asked me to move out to San Diego to work with him. The guy offered me 4 times what I was making at that time, working as a software consultant, doing 60-80 hour weeks, and billing all the worked hours, and told me he would even give me stock options. He even flew me out there and gave me the spiel despite the fact that I had already been to San Diego before. San Diego is beautiful, and making 4 times as much doing a 50 or so hour week appealed to me bigtime. My ex, whom wanted a big house, asked me to look at places there, so I stayed for the weekend to do that. When I saw that the same size house I bought in pricy “People’s Republic of Connecticut” just 3 years before for less than $150K (2500 SQ feet on 2 ½ acres) would cost me over $1 million, and then on a ½ acre patch to boot, I decided that I would turn down the offer. The cost of housing, and of living in general, would make me live on a tighter budget, even though I was making 4 times as much. And I could not stand the tards out there. They made the leftards in CT look semi-decent. I should mention that am glad I didn’t do that move because when the dot com bust happened a year or so later, my buddy lost everything, and had I taken the job, I would have been in the same boat.

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  3. Seattle Outcast says:

    California is doomed, and companies are leaving for Texas as fast as they can.

    Don’t blame them one bit, but my corporate headquarters are in Orange County, and when that has to move out of state due to taxes and COL, it’s not going to be a fun time.

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