The President Has Never Seen A Crisis He Hasn't Created!
Toles not only captures the " medieval imp of Satan" aspect of W, but also the batshit goofy aspect as well.
Democrats, Party of NO. I really think they need to take that criticism, own it and turn it around to their advantage. Such as, "He's right, we are the party of NO. No, we will not let you drive seniors further into poverty. No, we will not let you starve Medicaid. No, we will not let you give more tax breaks to the wealthy at the expense of the middle class."
Sliming Social Security gives new meaning to the old adage, If you can't dazzle them with brillance, then baffle them with Bull Shit!
I'd like to pull a few pieces forward to propose a cohesive message:
In 1936, 99% of House Republicans and 63% of Senate Republicans voted against founding Social Security.
In 1939, 75% of Congressional Republicans voted against Social Security as we know it.
In 1950, 89% of Congressional Republicans voted against Social Security as we know it.
In 1956, 86% of Senate Republicans voted against Social Security as we know it.
In 2005, how many Republicans will vote to end Social Security as we know it?
The pattern is clear: Republicans consistently vote as if Retirement Security should be reserved for only the very wealthy in America.