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What "averting a fiscal crisis" looks like to DC. (Helpful Infographic)

I'm not the biggest fan of freedomworks but this is a good chart to have.

When Washington raised the debt ceiling this week, the Beltway media breathlessly reported that the fiscal crisis had ended. Lawyers danced in hallways, bureaucrats twerked on the Metro, congressional aides kissed strangers in the streets — the Tea Party has been defeated! It was like VJ day for wonks.

As our political class exchanged high fives and reporters praised a return to “sanity,” I wondered how these odd creatures defined insanity.

America’s fiscal crisis is not that our debt ceiling was too low, the fiscal crisis is that our debt is too high. When I mentioned this to left-leaning folks, they...

Read more here: http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/joncgabriel/the-reality-of-...

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Sanity/Insanity

Reality is always the opposite of what the "political class" says. Whatever they say they are and whatever they say they are against, just switch it and that is usually the reality. Twisted psychology but it obviously works. This article is a good demonstration of it.

Wow, that's one helluva picture

of the state of our nation.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul