Monday, January 21, 2013

Brokaw on Deficits


8 comments:

DeistPaladin said...

@Brokaw
Go back to your ranch and stop pretending to have any insights to offer on what Americans need to "share"!

steeve said...

It's a little cute watching these mollusks attempt to emit a thought. Hard to do when the most taxing thing asked of your brain is using the right fork at dinner.

Suzan said...

Deficits don't fucking matter.

Unless you're a Rethug and the Dims are in office.

Then you're frightened as hell that they are gonna give away all the money.

Before you can start more self-benefitting wars with it.

Or figure out how to extract a few more tax breaks.

And Broke-awe's been an inside player since the fraudulent Greatest Generation BS was foisted off on a going-broke population that needed representation for those in the present.

Keep up the good work, family!

Love ya,

S

Anonymous said...

Wasn't dim bulb Brokaw the model for the William Hurt character in "Broadcast News?"

Didn't dour, overpaid Tom-Tom begin his career in "journalism" as a teevee traffic reporter in sunny California?

What has he done since then to deserve this elder statesman status? A few decades reading (chewing) the nightly claptrap with a straight face makes a wise man of a square-jawed, on-camera dolt?

C'mon, Tommy. Name 'em: the full cabinet, in order of succession. ... (I didn't think so.)

knowdoubt said...

Is "stuff" like "junk"? I think he should "junk" should be kicked hard.

n1ck said...

The bigger they are, the harder they fall: or

Guillotines.

These mother fuckers are literally asking for it: or

They only call it class warfare when we fight back.

All these old, senile, selfish fucks are going to get what they deserve. It's not so much that I want them to get it, as much as they're just fucking begging for it.

Just sayin' :)

marindenver said...

@Anonymous - I always assumed it was Dan Rather but it could have been any of them.

daver said...

I'm a bit behind on the blogtubez, so I don't know if you caught this gem from Charlie P. on the Mouse Circus:

"Sooner or later, on one of these Sundays, one of these shows is going to pass out of the plane of physical reality and disappear into a higher realm in a chorus of fairy farts."