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Jindal: Obama, Congress Are “Psychologically Incapable of Getting our Fiscal House in Order”

tuttletacoma Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 3:47 PM
repubs need to get serious about winning the oval office right now and campaigning for the real changes needed in dc as well as a plan for undoing the damage that 4 years of comrade hussein will have done to America the real question will be, can the imbeciles who voted for comrade hussein who are not part of the parasite class finally understand that the marxist party is the problem Romney was a decent person but never understood that when running against the marxist party getting down and dirty is the way you fight them and convince the voters that failed policies only guarantee failure for America

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has penned an interesting op-ed in Politico today in which he recommends four structural reforms congressional Republicans should pursue vigorously during the so-called “fiscal cliff” negotiations. They are as follows (emphasis mine):

A federal balanced budget amendment. States have balanced budget laws, small businesses have to balance their budgets, and families have to do the same. This is an idea that is supported by virtually every American who does not live in the 202 area code. It’s common sense. It is also laughed at in Washington. When you mention the BBA as a solution, they...