March 13, 2013 by Jan Stone
Yep, Mr. Perry paid his friends in Congress $50K each to vote today for the budget he used during the failed Republican presidential campaign. It doesn’t contain any reality, but if you pay people $50K each of course they’ll vote for it.
What? You don’t believe me? Are the facts relevant, anyway? Of. Course. Not.
And those 53% whom Mitt Romney believed would vote for him because they weren’t part of the 47% living off of the government? Well, that 53% were promised big tax loopholes to move their businesses to China IF Mr. Romey got a kickback of $100 for each $100,000 the 53% saved.
Are you questioning me? That’s not fair. When did the truth become necessary in the blogosphere or much of the news for that matter? This is kind of fun. I can work on fiction writing techniques while practicing Republican news making. Maybe some will stop calling me a socialist…….
p.s. This is such a weird experience–making things up and communicating them as fact! It’s a first for me. One really must try it to understand how insane it is.