D. C. Circus

The great circus, Barnum and Baily, has closed.  It’s okay.  We have another, the one in The Capital Building.  Unfortunately, it’s not just for entertainment.  It is for real.  One representative argues this.  The other argues that.  Before you know it, it takes over a year to pass some kind of tax bill, one worse than the one they are replacing.

There are some representatives and senators who have the idea that the higher the taxes are, the greater the revenues.  That simply does not hold true.  It assumes that the spending and working habits of the populous are unaffected by tax rates.  It doesn’t take a genius to understand the hole in that logic.

Moreover, their decisions are warped by people with large sums of money, lobbyists and lawyers who do not represent the national good.

So we sit here and watch the circus.  We would laugh, but it simply isn’t funny.

 

By the way, there was the promise to repeal Obama care.  It is now almost one year later.  Over half of my Social Security goes to pay the $940 a month for my wife.  I wonder if Sen. McCain would like to help me pay the bill.

My observation is that they really don’t have our interest in mind.  So they come up with all kinds of distractions.  McCain insists on following the senate rules.  Really?  (Proof positive, not all military heroes make good senators)

Shoes Talk

I am sure that the democrats and the media (possibly the same thing) looked high and low for something to make Pres. Trump look bad during his recent visit to Texas.  Really, a pair of shoes.  I don’t think a choice of shoes can be called a deadly sin.  Really???  For that matter, considering where she went, I don’t think it was a horrible choice.

My main complaint about the woman is that she ages one year for every two of mine.

As a side note, Pres. Trump wrote a one million check for the the storm victims.  Considering he has four-billion, it might not have been that painful.  However, I would sure like to know what kind of checks the democrats and media have donated.  I am sure many of them could write a $100,000 check without it causing too much pain on them.

Then again, I guess they are too busy looking for faults in others.

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