Democrat Unhinged Over Bailout, Plus Barry Offers Hot Air

Whoa. Open Left received (supposedly) an email from a Democrat lawmaker, which starts out thusly (note: I’ve edited the bad language)

Paulsen and congressional Republicans, or the few that will actually vote for this (most will be unwilling to take responsibility for the consequences of their policies), have said that there can’t be any “add ons,” or addition provisions. F*** that. I don’t really want to trigger a world wide depression (that’s not hyperbole, that’s a distinct possibility), but I’m not voting for a blank check for $700 billion for those mother f*****s.

Funny how an elected Democrat lawmaker sounds pretty close to either a drunk fan watching his team lose or one of the rabid, insane, moonbats who vote Democrat.

Nancy said she wanted to include the second “stimulus” package that the Bush Administration and congressional Republicans have blocked. I don’t want to trade a $700 billion dollar giveaway to the most unsympathetic human beings on the planet for a few f*****g bridges. I want reforms of the industry, and I want it to be as punitive as possible.

In other words, this elected, unhinged Moonbat, who probably has whined tremendously over the treatment of Islamic jihadi’s, wants to hose all those involved in capitalism, with probably a few hundred government controls thrown in for good measure.

Meanwhile, Barry

In his first comments about a $700 billion government bailout package meant to help stabilize Wall Street, Sen. Barack Obama on Sunday stopped short of saying whether he supports the proposal, as he laid out some broad economic goals he believes such a plan should include.

“As of now, the Bush Administration has only offered a concept with a staggering price tag, not a plan,” Obama said. “Even if the U.S. Treasury recovers some or most of its investments over time, this initial outlay of up to $700 billion is sobering. In return for their support, the American people must be assured that the deal reflects the basic principles of transparency, fairness, and reform.”

Say, Barry, can you tell us the plan that the Democrat led Congress has offered? Since they, in effect, punted the ball to President Bush in a “Do Something, Dubya!” moment. And, how about your plan?

“First, there must be no blank check when American taxpayers are on the hook for this much money,” Obama said. “Second, taxpayers shouldn’t be spending a dime to reward CEOs on Wall Street while they’re going out the door.”

Two words: Franklin Raines.

And, the Maverick responded

“Two days after he confessed to not having a plan for the banking crisis, Barack Obama called for ‘decisive action’ while offering absolutely no new ideas, policies or concrete solutions – it shows he is just not ready to lead. John McCain rejected complacency and political calculation in favor of a direct call for updated, effective regulations that will protect Americans’ homes, savings and jobs – we cannot afford a directionless driver like Barack Obama.

If elected, who does Barry pawn off the tough decisions to? He’ll get all serious and angry looking, and then, “well, er, ah, ya see, um, oh, wait, I’m supposed to make the call? Crap!” For those of you old enough, ‘memba the Steve Martin bit about Carter needing a banjo?

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