My, we’re certainly feeling our tiger blood today aren’t we?
Odd, I didn’t think that Charlie Sheen would still be relevant on any level in 2013. Butt like they say, there’s nothing like the smell of WINNING in the morning. And apparently it doesn’t matter whether you’re stoned or not.
How can you not WIN when you’re made of tiger blood and Adonis DNA? That’s a potent formula guaranteed to bring your weak enemies to their knees, bowing to the Great Obama at last.
Finally, Big Guy’s made the greedy, rich, evil Republicans see the world through his eyes:
Congratulations Barack! Now that you’ve WON-WON, what are you going to do?
“I’m going to Hawaii!!! To finish my vacay, play a little golf, have a little ‘me-time.’ Woo-hoo!!!”
Just before departing on Air Force Won to complete his well earned second Christmas vacation, Big Guy issued the following statement:
“For the first time in 20 years, Congress will have acted on a bipartisan basis to vote for significant new revenue.
“This means millionaires and billionaires will pay their fair share to reduce the deficit through a combination of permanent tax rate increases and reduced tax benefits.”
Only two problems there: millionaires and billionaires are already paying more than their “fair” share; and it’s not going to reduce the deficit. Other than that, it totally looks like a WINNING strategy – if your strategy is to be more like Greece. Or France.
So, 2013 is off and running; promising another fun-packed year of political hijinks. Just to kick things off, I’m awarding my first political-snark-of-the-year award to Louie Gohmert for his compliment to his Democratic colleagues yesterday as they passed the first bi-annual fiscal cliff avoidance bill:
10:07 p.m. ET - On the House floor, Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas thanks Democrats for "finally recognizing that 98% of Americans were helped by the Bush tax cuts." The fiscal cliff bill will extend the Bush-era tax breaks for households making under $450,000 per year and individuals making under $400,000 per year.
That certainly locks all Congressional Democrats into contention for WINNING the 2013 “I was against the bill, before I was for it” award.