Monday, October 18, 2010

The most productively destructive Congress in history

I just saw this headline at Yahoo and was so annoyed I had to do a post on it: A productive Congress gets no respect from voters.
Not since the explosive years of the civil rights movement and the hard-fought debut of government-supported health care for the elderly and poor have so many big things — love them or hate them — been done so quickly.

The article goes on . . . "successes" . . . "accomplishments."

They've GOT to be kidding. But I know they aren't. Right, ramming through their destructive legislation against the will of a majority of the people is styled as "productive." Success, accomplishment. Right, productive of evil, successful at flirting with national bankruptcy, accomplished at destroying the middle class, productive of government oppression of the people. This is no longer government of, by and for the people, it's government for government, the government of a tyrant, a despot, just what our Constitution was intended to prevent and the founders warned against.

Another example of how words don't mean anything any more, or they mean whatever the disgustingly corrupted politicized media want them to mean. "Productive" is now the euphemism for "destructive." This has been absolutely the most destructive Congress in history. It's practically brought down the nation in two short years by supporting this destructive President's destructive policies.

I HOPE we vote them out, and it's looking hopeful, but I don't know if God is going to be that good to us in these days of judgment.

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