I'm so sick of all the talking-heads that spout only drivel, second-guessers, back-seat-drivers, know-nothings and do-nothings that I could vomit.
At the same time that they're telling Obama that he's not doing enough: that he should have solved the economic crisis by now— you know, the one that took at least all the years since Reagan took office to create —they're telling him that he's doing too much. Somehow, they've managed to convince themselves he can do both simultaneously.
And they accuse us of calling him Superman.
What they're actually saying is that they don't want to save the environment and create sustainable energy sources. They don't want the rest of us to have affordable health care. They don't want to care for our veterans. They don't want to allow the children of us peons to receive an education. And they absolutely refuse to see how all these matters are related to each other and the economy.
What they do want is a return to the early twentieth century when the workers had to live in company housing, shop at the company store and there were no workplace safeguards.
Or, better still, they'd like to return to Medieval Times.
And now a bunch of DINO's are switching over to the Rethuglican side and yelling, "Whoa! Put the brakes on! Don't spend any money! Do what Hoover did!"
The truth is, without exception, they hate FDR and they see us headed toward a new New Deal— one that's something like the old one they've been trying to dismantle for the last 70 years.
The Rethugs may be irrelevant and to have run out of ideas. But I can say one thing for them: at least they stood together— even if it was for all the wrong things.
Keeping Democrats together is a lost cause— it's herding cats.