In the game Rapelay the reviews indicate that the rapist can even convince one of the animated computer characters that they like what's happening to them.
In Washington DC liberals in Congress sent their lapdog "Mr. President" out to the masses to do the same thing.
In the game, players take what is not theirs and laugh about the outcome.
In Washington DC, liberals take what is not theirs and laugh at the stupid people that gave it to them.
This week the Congressional Budget Office fell into conflict with the 2008 Financial Report of the United States Government. The CBO had previously reported our deficit to be in the neighborhood of 450 billion dollars, but the 2008 Report puts the actual number at 5.1 trillion.
Worse yet when the financial obligations promised under all current spending are factored in for Social Security, bailouts, stimulus package, interest, and the like the United States runs a deficit of $65,000,000,000,000. (Sixty five trillion dollars.) That's a deficit of over $214 million per person (man, woman, baby) in the United States population.
It is also more than the Gross Domestic Product not of merely the United States, but of the entire planet.
In other words when Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and President Obama got done "financially raping" you this week they left you with a tab to be paid that is a higher price tag than the globe's resources could combine to pay off.
Political leaders with no morals see little difference between nominating administration members who will not prosecute those harmful persons that create elements that lead to sexual assault on innocent girls, nor the physical equivalent of doing the same thing to your pocketbook, future earnings, and any ability to dream of self sufficiency.
They merely take what they want, throw you in the gutter when they are through, and laugh while you and I are left to pay the bill.
I've tried to be as tasteful as possible in explaining this comparison, and due to the passion of the natural man that was not an easy thing to do!
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