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Quote Of The Day

by @ 10:48 am on January 30, 2010. Filed under Economics, Political Parties, Politics, Republicans

The GOP is as interested in restraining spending as I am in wanting to have sex with women. But at least I’m not in the closet.

Andrew Sullivan

8 Responses to “Quote Of The Day”

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  2. Grady Foster says:

    It’s actually a spending and tax increase bill with no-spending fig leaf language.

  3. Uh, this bill was to raise the debt limit. So, I’m kind of confused as to how you’ve arrived at your conclusion that voting against the bill is fiscally irresponsible.

  4. It is a general statement based upon Republican behavior over the past 15 years

  5. Vast Variety says:

    That statement works for pretty much every politician that has held office for the last 100 years regardless of party.

  6. Vast Variety says:

    The fact that they voted against Paygo shows that the GOP doesn’t really care about spending.

  7. VV,

    You are true in your first statement.

    As to your second, it’s fairly clear that PayGO is a phony mechanism the powers-that-be designed to make us think they are “doing something” to reduce government spending:

    http://www.thelibertypapers.org/2010/01/30/is-the-paygo-rule-fiscally-responsible/

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