September 14, 2005

Tom DeLay and the Moment of Truth

I should be angrier with DeLay than I am. I should be fuming at the betrayal of Republican principles, at the unmitigated gall of a man who calls the most pork-laden budget in our history as one with “no fat left to cut”. A budget that leaves us with a deficit of a mere $331 billion, a budget that earmarks money for bridges to nowhere: No fat left to cut indeed.

But I’m not. It’s not like this hasn’t been the mindset of the current administration and the party leadership since the start. Wasn’t it Cheney who said, “Deficits don’t matter?” If anything I think that DeLay should be commended for proving the obvious: neither party gives a damn about fiscal sanity anymore.

Huh... the Heritage Foundation found some fat. Why not take some of this out?

Posted by Frinklin at September 14, 2005 07:50 PM | TrackBack

this clearly is a misleading..tom delay has NO moments of truth

Posted by: Brad at September 15, 2005 10:54 AM
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