I've written in the past about the Republi-Con fiscal conservative hypocrisy and their dearth of ideas. But the Republi-con strategy is to just say no and hope for failure. Others agree. Read The New York Times, Taking a Depression Seriously, in the which the Republican writer states that if the Republicans wanted to do the country some good, they’d embrace an entirely different approach on the economic crisis.
Even the local paper has wised up. After printing our local congressman's embarrassing partisan press release, Stimulus won't help US, the editors asked for Some ideas please, Jeff.
Next the editors should ask Congressman Miller to explain why, if he is opposed to 'big government' and wants 'lower taxes,' his wealthy family member received millions of dollars in farm subsidies.
Who does he think pays those farm subsidies? And where does he think the money to pay those subsidies comes from, trees?
His relatives know that those subsidies are paid by the government from the U.S. Treasury.
I don't call them Republi-CONs for nothing.