That’s What I’m Talking About or Last Man Standing
ALG, Americans For Limited Government, at GetLiberty.org came out with the following article
Mr. Bunning is a Senator and a Republican and is taking a principled stand on bill extending unemployment benefits. His stand is a simple fiscally responsible stand. He is asking his colleagues in the Senate to fund the 10 Billion dollar bill; instead of adding that $10 billion to the deficit.
For this he is being dragged over the political coals and being accused of the same old things; such as having to furlough 2000 workers. Hogwash. He is simply asking where is the money coming to pay this $10 billion.
To make the point more clear he said the following. ““There are going to be other bills brought to this floor that are not going to be paid for, and I'm going to object every time they do it.”
What do you think of them apples? Well all the Democrats and most of the MSR (Main Stream Republicans) think those apples are sour. They, for all their preaching of a Republican Revolution are beginning (before it happens) to remind me of how they lost their way in the last Republican Revolution.
As the Republicans look to the Tea Party movement for support they should realize that in order to get some credibility they would do well to back a fiscally responsible adult. If they can’t watch the back of a fellow Republican when he takes a principled stand, what good are their words – what credibility do they think their spineless actions inspire?
They should pay attention to this or be lumped under the moniker of Bums as in “Throw the Bums out”.
At times of national stress as is now the case, some people pay less attention to the cliché “Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water” and more attention to the cliché “you have to break some eggs to make an Omelet”
Or along the cliche line, I'm doing all I can to see Senator Jim Bunning be "the last man standing"
Regards, Live Dangerously Be A Conservative