Barack Obama apparently believes bankruptcy wormholes will save the nation. Here’s how it works:
- Blow up the national debt until it’s the size of a Red Giant.
- Watch as the Nanny State collapses in on itself, becoming a super-concenrated mass of nastiness.
- Try not to blink as the United States is sucked through the Bankruptcy Wormhole (known as an Entitlement Wormhole to the layman) at the speed of light and comes out safe and sound on the other side.
Don’t believe me? Read on, Silver Surfer:
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama says he did a full court press for a health care system remake because “this country was going to go bankrupt.”
“You had others who said this is the end of freedom as we know it…so after I signed the bill I looked around…and I looked up at the sky to see if astroids were coming, I looked at the ground to see if cracks had opened up in the earth–and you know, it turned out it was a pretty nice day!”
Did you get that? The federal government had to take over 1/6 of the economy in order to prevent us from
going broke. Silly me, but I thought we already are broke. And since we’re going with the celestial terminology, one might want to consider the upcoming liabilities of established entitlement spending and how it dwarfs the stomach-churning spending of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).
It’s rather humorous that President Obama made light of the environment —the environment of that very moment—as he signed the bill. He’s very fond of living in the here and now:
“Do it for the people who are really scared right now…because of an accident or ailment they’re about to lose their house…do it for the American people; they’re the ones looking for action right now.”
President Obama can make all the jokes he wants, but the writing is on the wall. You can’t afford this administration, your kids can’t afford this administration, and your grandkids…well, let’s just say it isn’t pretty for them. Maybe Republicans will sing us a cigarette lighter love song?
“All I can do is try not to screw this up again…and just be friends.”
A Conservative can hope, can’t he?