Thursday, January 17, 2008

Leggies to Corn-a-Hole Taxpayers in Wisconsin

It's becoming clear that

Senators KREITLOW, OLSEN, JAUCH, SCHULTZ,
HARSDORF and VINEHOUT, [and] Representatives SUDER, JORGENSEN,
ALBERS, HRAYCHUCK, MUSSER, SHERIDAN, SMITH, HILGENBERG, GRONEMUS,
ZEPNICK, GARTHWAITE, DAVIS and SINICKI


have an interest in food-price escalation, which they will merrily impose on residents of Wisconsin by forcing them to use food as fuel.

The above-named whores will force corn into gas tanks with their latest proposal, and force most of the current auto fleet into junkyards by 2015 with their latest/greatest idea (linked above, HT: Belling via Eggster.

Sometimes one wonders what it might take to "help" these jackasses understand economic realities.

Pitchforks? Tar and feathers? Or more, ah, interesting confrontations...such as that faced by King George and his boyzzz.

It is particularly galling that Olsen is a co-sponsor of this piece of crap--which will serve to enhance the wallet of his brother.

It's no wonder that Olsen voted against concealed-carry...

3 comments:

grumps said...

I'm betting that all it will take is a few more threats and a little name-calling. Give them a ring and tell them how you feel.

That'll help.

Dad29 said...

It's tiring to re-hash the simple economics arguments with stoneheaded morons.

And, with grocery-inflation running around 6%+/annum, this is no longer a "cute little proposal" from some newbies who ought to know better.

It's friggin' assault.

Why should I make "nice-nice" to these arrogant thieves?

Peter said...

They don't care what you have to say. The likes of Sgt. Schultz made that very clear in the last ethanol mandate debate.

They do care what Larry the Lobbyist has to say, especially when Larry comes in with a wheelbarrow full of cash.

Although fuel prices and food prices are factored into the CPI, they are not included when economists talk about inflation. That's how the pundits can get away with saying there's no inflation out there despite the rising fuel and food prices.

Those are killing average Americans.