Dems in Race Against Reality on Economy, History and Healthcare

John Ransom
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Posted: Oct 09, 2014 12:01 AM
Dems in Race Against Reality on Economy, History and Healthcare

Hot news: The Dems are in a race against reality. Which Dems and which reality will win are the only questions. Unfortunately this is a multiple-choice question and all of the answers are correct.

A, B, C, or all of the above work just as well.

Let’s start with the question (A) about the Federal Reserve Bank (Dem), interest rates and the economy.

Yesterday was a great day in the market because easy money is here to stay…and least for a little while. And as long as interest rates stay low, the market goes up…at least for a little while.

There is a growing fight however between the economy and the Fed (Dem) over who really rules the economy.

The Fed—which come on, are really a proxy for Dems these days-- thinks that they can make the market seas rise – or stop rising—just like a certain professor of constitutional law, HA!, who once was spotted a Nobel Prize (Dem) in advance, because his race combined with an election was supposed to trump results.

But eventually we’ll have to see what the markets will do without the goosing done by the Fed (Dem).

It’s gotten so bad the even that Apostle of Big Government, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), thinks perhaps the reserve banks have gone too far in accommodating the financial markets.

Jose Vinals, the IMF’s top financial counselor just warned that “the buildup of certain excesses in financial risk taking” might end badly.

Really?

Hm. Never thought of that outcome.

The risk is that the reserve bank in the United States might unwind quantitative easing or other simulative measures too awkwardly says Vinals.

But come on: When does anything associated with our government (Dem) do THAT?

Speaking of awkward (question B):The guy with Ebola in Dallas died, as do anywhere from 60 to 90 percent of patients with the hemorrhagic disease, despite what Pope Obama (Dem) says about it here in the USA.

As a result the company that makes HAZMAT suits, Lakeland Industries (Stock), is shooting up from $6.00 to over $12 per share.

That makes the Big O Poppa’s (Dem) record of creating no jobs but tons of millionaires secure even if he angers guys like George Soros (Billionaire): “We said billionaires, not millionaires! Billionaires with a ‘B’.”

It’s Soros’ fault though.

Obama (Dem) thinks only about trillions, not millions or billions.

Which brings us to question C: Columbus Day (Holiday).

No, really. Hear me out.

Rather than celebrating history’s most famous lost person on Columbus Day (Holiday), Seattle will from now on celebrate “Indigenous People’s Day” (Dem). After all, what’s so important about an Italian entrepreneur and explorer (Columbus) who managed to single-handedly alter our understanding of the known world? And thus usher in the greatest experiment in human development and freedom since God (GOD) created natural selection?

"This action will allow us to bring into current present day our valuable and rich history, and it's there for future generations to learn," said Fawn Sharp (Dumb), president of the Quinault Indian Nation on the Olympic Peninsula (Redskin), who is also president of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (Redskin) according to Fox News.

"Nobody discovered Seattle, Washington (Microsoft)," she said to a round of applause.

So there we have it.

Which thing will government (Dem) screw up worse?

A: Our economy?

B: Our healthcare?

Or C: Our history?

And of course if you answered (D)em or all of the above), congratulations: You’re a conservative… (or R, still Republican).