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Romney at the Bat

Incredulous2 Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 2:26 AM
And with that, "strike out" Debra, let's reluctantly yet remedially go over that fiscal cliff. There indeed are consequences to elections. "Kaw-Kaw-Kaw the opposition hawked on about the Bush tax cuts for the rich only. O.K! Let's see how quickly the middle-class realizes that's not so. The fantasy of fiat via gooberment is getting and shall continue to become so ever much more difficult to maintain. The Dem/Prog/Lib cabal members already feel heat with the glimmer of reality the fiscal cliff will bring to counter-balance the baloney of their phony construct. It's all about consequences. FIX OUR ECONOMY DEMMY'S. FIX IT NOW! YOU INDEED WON!
With humble apologies to Ernest Lawrence Thayer, who wrote "Casey at the Bat," which was published in The San Francisco Examiner in 1888.

The outlook wasn't brilliant for the GOP this year:

The economy had tanked; hope and change had morphed to fear.

The strong and swift refused to join the presidential race.

So the weak and doubtful rose -- and tried to take their place.

Our Herman Cain, for instance, flogged his taxing 9-9-9.

To 10 parts cuts but 1 part tax, all said that they'd decline.

Newt brought his wife, who wore her hair as if it were a hat.

Forget the freak show, sages...