Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, Senator McConnell

"If we truly want to get our deficit under control, then we're going to have to cut excessive spending wherever it exists," said President Obama.

That means Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and defense."

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said, "Refusing to agree to even try to live within your means is extreme."

For once, I agree with you and disagree with President Obama. The problem is not excessive spending, it is not enough spending. Greedy people like you, Senator McConnell, and the banks, are sitting on the money. You keep talking about "living within means," yet refuse to explain why you aren't practicing what you preach.

When you fail to spend every cent you make like others must do in order to survive, you are living BELOW your means. That is far more disgusting than what you imply others are doing.

I've asked, several times, if you are living within your means, spending what you make in the United States, hopefully in Kentucky. But you never answer. Why?

Put your money where your mouth is; live up to what you ask of others. Explain what jobs you are creating with your tax breaks, and what you, personally, have given up before you ask others to give up the basics.

Shame on you. And on President Obama if he caves to your disgusting demands again.

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