America To GOP’s Pledge: TALK TO THE HAND!


Don’t be fooled by this comic book cloaked in the RED, WHITE & BLUE.  The GOP’s Pledge to America is to revert her back to the days of old, where they were WHITE, RIGHTTIGHT, where they were NOT DOWN WITH BROWN, where YELLOW was told to MELLOW, and REDS could not get AHEAD, and BLACKS were told to GET BACK.


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9 Responses to America To GOP’s Pledge: TALK TO THE HAND!

  1. Ametia says:

    PLEDGE TO AMERICA’S BILLIONAIRES: Rove, Murdoch, Koch Brothers Recite the GOP’s Pledge!!!

  2. Ametia says:

    REMEMBER, Americans, don’t get sick!

  3. Ametia says:

    GOP, more of the same. Now they are suppsoed to be America’s “New Founding Fathers?”
    With ‘Pledge to America,’ Republicans are new Foundering Fathers
    By Dana Milbank
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Thursday, September 23, 2010; 11:08 PM

    It took the Republicans just three minutes to violate their “Pledge to America.”

    In a lumberyard near Dulles Airport on Thursday morning, House Republicans handed out copies of the Pledge, which, among other things, promises to rein in an “arrogant and out-of-touch government of self-appointed elites.”

    Yet moments after taking the stage to face the cameras, GOP leaders appointed themselves arrogant elites. They compared themselves to the Founding Fathers and likened their actions at Tart Lumber to the signing of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia.


  4. Ametia says:

    The GOP’s Hooey to America
    By Eugene Robinson
    Friday, September 24, 2010

    The Republicans were doing pretty well as the Party of No. So why did they decide to rebrand themselves as the Party of Nonsense?

    All right, I’m being slightly disingenuous. Inquiring minds demanded to know just what the GOP proposed to do if voters entrusted it with control of one or both houses of Congress. But if the “Pledge to America” unveiled Thursday is the best that House Republicans can come up with, they’d have been better off continuing to froth and foam about “creeping socialism” while stonewalling on specifics.

    The problem with the pledge is that the numbers don’t remotely add up. The document is such a jumble of contradictions that it’s hard to imagine how it could possibly pass muster with anyone who survived eighth-grade arithmetic — unless, perhaps, the Republicans have something in mind that they’re not prepared to talk about quite yet.

    The pledge bills itself as a plan to “create jobs, end economic uncertainty, and make America more competitive.” These sound like worthy initiatives, but the GOP also promises to “stop out-of-control spending and reduce the size of government.” Most economists would contend that right now, given the level of economic distress throughout the nation, those goals are mutually exclusive. No matter, I suppose, since the pledge wouldn’t really do either.

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