Bend over…

10 Dec

Here it comes… ready or not.

Congressional negotiators reach tentative 2-year budget deal

House Speaker John Boehner, playing both sides of the fence, and (assuming he wins his next election) soon to become an open Democrat agent, claimed Tuesday he was “optimistic” about the chances a deal would be passed.  The speaker likely would be reluctant to once again try to pass a bill that a majority of Republican members do not support.  He resorted to passing a budget bill with a majority of Democrats in October, in order to end the partial shutdown.  Unless, of course, Republicans refuse to march lock-step with the rest of the criminals.

This one will increase spending.  The proposal would restore about $63 billion in funding that had been cut by the so-called sequester. Though it would also include roughly $23 billion in net deficit reduction over a decade.  That is a 61 billion dollar increase, the way I see it.  But it will keep the federal government open, provide them with raises, health care (outside of ObamaCare), and produce new Federal jobs as the IRS increases its payroll to enforce actions against you.  And this doesn’t count the other increases being planned by the criminals!  Yeah, Immigration will be next.  AND you’re going to pay for it all

The message Washington just sent us today?

(Screw you.  Screw your family.  Screw your plans.  Just shut up and pay, or we’ll destroy you and take everything you own.)

Oh, well.  Does anyone doubt that once people are forced into bankruptcy, or openly refuse to pay their Federal Taxes, that we will last two more years?


Posted by on December 10, 2013 in Uncategorized


8 responses to “Bend over…

  1. Jamie

    December 10, 2013 at 9:18 pm

    rat, I hate to say it but I’d rather know the plan of stupidity rather than try and guess when the D.C. idiots have no plan at all. I’m sticking to my forecast of fall of 2014 is when everything goes all higgley-piggely and we see a world-wide collapse of all Fiat currencies. All I need is the greenhouse and I will keep buying wood and keeping up my inventory of basics but I’m going to go hardcore on my silver stacking.

    I think all a person can do is try and stock up, get as self reliant as possible and think local. I live in Idaho and while I think folks are starting to wake at a local level. I think it will be to little to late and the “pain is coming”. Most humans tend to only learn from personal experience and pain and like all people through out history we too shall learn the hard way.

    Don’t worry about the goombas at county, state and federal levels though watch the bastards! Do the best you can at a local level and with individuals. One thing the progressive/communist/fascists always forget is the “collective” is a myth and all people are individuals.

    • Dannyboy53

      December 10, 2013 at 9:35 pm

      Well said Jamie. Damned well said Lady!

    • The Soffitrat

      December 10, 2013 at 11:13 pm

      That is why I am forging relationships with those who will (initially) be in power on the local levels. Those are the primary ones I’m concerned about. Hopefully, we’ll be able to just direct the Feds to keep on moving. To DFW!

      • Jamie

        December 10, 2013 at 11:44 pm

        rat: I think that is the smart play. Right now the PTBs think they have total control though even they are starting to recognize that they have no control if people don’t play the game. I think that if TSHTF many states and smaller entities will find good reason to ignore the Federal government diktats if only to keep their own power intact.

        The reason the the PTBs are reacting with NSA, TSA and militarizing the police is that they are resorting to terror tactics. Which is a tactic of weakness, though often quite effective for a short period of time.

        • The Soffitrat

          December 10, 2013 at 11:55 pm

          Jamie, but we agree that that tactic is only for a short period of time. Maybe longer in the cities, but then that is where most of their efforts will have to be concentrated. Law of diminishing returns. Do you think they’ve thought of that yet and might concentrate more on the rural areas you describe?

      • Dannyboy53

        December 11, 2013 at 10:06 pm

        This concept, I believe, is the only workable solution we have for free governance. Christian, conservative, gun toting, Bible thumping, hard working, Patriots governing themselves as the Founders intended. And as terrible as the thought of it may be, to band together and defend what they have at ANY cost “from all enemies, foreign and domestic”.

        Now THAT is utopia, American style!

  2. Jamie

    December 11, 2013 at 12:31 am

    rat, I don’t know. Most nations that have fallen to the seduction of the “collective” have a history of Aristocracy or a top down central authority. I could see that happen in urban areas and the east and west coast but I’m not so sure about fly-over country.
    It might be a bit different if the urban areas still were manufacturing powerhouses but they are not and are slowly dying in relevance. Look at the booming areas of the USA are in flyover country and deal in basics of energy and agriculture as far as real tangible goods.

    The PTBs are starting to focus on rural areas. Of course it’s out of kindness and looking after those poor rubes who don’t understand just how wonderful the benevolent government is for them! The government can’t maintain the lands in the west they already own, but they want to buy more and lock it away from development.
    I think those of us that believe in the “Republic” will be like Cicero railing against Caesar. I hope not, but the progressives have done a great job on training human sheep for the collective. Reacting on emotion is always easier than thinking things through and using logic.

    I wish I had a better answer but I believe the system is so corrupt that a person can’t fix anything within the system. So forget about the system and create a new paradigm is all that is left. Our founding fathers created a new paradigm and that is what made the USA. The odds are against it and we might get crushed but I could live and die with that outcome. I may fail but I will know I did what I thought was right.

    • The Soffitrat

      December 11, 2013 at 3:39 am

      I think that you under estimate our rural areas. I hope that TPTB does too. While it may entail a post-War of Northern Aggression fear come true, a true guerrilla war that last for years and years, I believe in the end, that a free people will emerge. But then, why would we not believe that liberty would prevail? One thing is working in our favor. It is that the money printing is about over with. The Fed has about scarfed up all of the worthless bills they can. They have flooded the world with our dollar, so that the time needed to operate without the taxpayer’s ‘contributions’ (which they could have accomplished) has now been greatly reduced. This will force them to (literally) sell America. They won’t have control over the new world exchange currency, and it will no longer be their own currency. When they do that, they lose the vast majority of the people. So the QE program of the Fed will, in the end, work against them.


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