Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Sen. Specter, "Nunyabidness" Doesn't Cut It

Ol' 'Scottish Law' goes apocolyptic.

All very mysterious, you know, and don't ask questions!

The nation is on the "brink of a depression," but there's a "reasonable chance" that the $787 billion economic stimulus package will help ease the situation, Sen. Arlen Specter said Monday.

Specter, R-Pa., said the nation's economic situation is more dire than the public has been told, but did not elaborate.

"Our economic problems are enormously serious _ more serious than is publicly disclosed. And I think we're on the brink of a depression," he told reporters at the state Capitol


What's with the "nunyabidness" BS, Arlen?

You mean to tell us that all those who voted against Porkulus were either NOT informed of how "dire" the situation is, or that they knew and voted against it anyway?

Second: if it's so godawful "DIRE", then how come the money doesn't get out there for another YEAR--or longer?

We're waiting, Arlen.

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