Bipartisan abandonment of the poor

Published on Intrepid Report, by Jayne Lyn Stahl, February 11, 2011.

… What’s more important to the “family values” right-to-lifers? More federal raids, or more federal lunches? Looks like Boehner and his gang already answered that question.

Time to take a deep breath, and demand bigger cuts to defense, and so-called “intelligence” agencies that frustrate the White House claims anyway. Time to put Homeland Security on the table. Anyone who thinks of “homeland security” as anything other than a sugar pill seriously needs to be evaluated.

The president must understand, and agree that moving forward is a good thing, yes, but not on the backs of working men, and women, and not on the backs of the poor.

Any plan to cut federal heating assistance to low income families in half must never see the light of day, or those who support it, regardless of their party affiliations, must only meet with political defeat … //  

… What’s more important to the “family values” right-to-lifers? More federal raids, or more federal lunches? Looks like Boehner and his gang already answered that question.

Time to take a deep breath, and demand bigger cuts to defense, and so-called “intelligence” agencies that frustrate the White House claims anyway. Time to put Homeland Security on the table. Anyone who thinks of “homeland security” as anything other than a sugar pill seriously needs to be evaluated.

The president must understand, and agree that moving forward is a good thing, yes, but not on the backs of working men, and women, and not on the backs of the poor.

Any plan to cut federal heating assistance to low income families in half must never see the light of day, or those who support it, regardless of their party affiliations, must only meet with political defeat. (full text).

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