Monday, January 19, 2015

Boehner has a dream

I rarely see anything from  Boehner that has an actual agenda attached to it. So, is that because Boehner has no agenda or because the press declines to publish it?

Taylor Swift apparently has the answer. As the press describes it: "reform the tax code, solve the spending problem [solve?], reform the legal system, reform the regulatory system and improve the education system.

Sure sounds like Boehner. Reform, solve, reform, reform, improve. Mr. Tepid and Mr. Turgid. Let's see how he describes it himself: "All we need is a plan."

Sigh. Perhaps if we elect Republicans who will just give us a government jobs plan, things will go swimmingly. 


Anonymous Anonymous said...

So you don't like government reforming, solving or improving things. What is it you want then?

8:04 AM, January 19, 2015  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Good Lord, yes, I would be ecstatic if we had a government that would quit reforming, solving and improving things.

9:51 AM, January 19, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kind of Big Brother-type language from the man from the land of crazy golf club pourers and wannabe Queen City jihadis

3:40 PM, January 19, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have we finally found a commenter as hard to understand as Columbusguy?

4:07 PM, January 19, 2015  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Bah. Amateurs.

2:26 AM, January 20, 2015  
Anonymous Denver Guy said...

There is a difference between gov't fixing and reforming messes already created by government (like the Tax code) and gov't efforts to fix and reform perceived problems (especially Fed Gov't efforts that often results in worse messes than whatever the perceived problem was). How many education programs have been implemented by the Fed Gov't (by Dems and Reps) over the last 40 years? What has been the trend in the quality of public education over the last 40 years?

8:19 AM, January 20, 2015  

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