March 19, 2008

nrcc survey

Malkin had this posted...Where do I even friggin' start here?  Let's do a breakdown on these questions.

1. Do you support the House Democrats' "slow-bleed" strategy to "choke-off" funding for our troops in Iraq, leading to their withdrawal and a perception of American defeat?

*Sigh* Do you braindead assclowns really want to do a survey, or are you going to flog tired talking points?  Obviously the answer is No, we do not support the slow bleed defeatist strategy of the Democrats, now how about a real damn question.

2. Should Republicans continue fighting for full implementation of a ballistic missile defense system?



Yes, obviously I want the ballistic missile defense system operational, we need to constantly enhance our defense systems, that and Cuffy's gotta eat too.

3. Do you agree with the Nancy Pelosi Democrat Majority’s decision to impose massive tax hikes on the American people?

Er...they haven't yet (thank God), but if it happens, I know who I'm blaming, and its more likely to be the idiots who make up the top echelon of the GOP.

4. Do you support making all of the Bush tax cuts permanent?

Why yes, too bad a certain GOP presidential candidate didn't think so when we had the chance to do it.

5. Do you think that House Republicans should continue to push for pro-growth policies that create jobs and oppose tax increases that would add a burden to working families and set back our economy?

Wait, what?  When the hell did they start?  Seems to me they thought they could skate on the bare minimum...and still do.

6. Do you support Congressional Republicans’ efforts to decrease domestic government spending in order to reduce the national deficit?

So we started with obvious, tedious talking points, now we're throwing loaded questions?  If I answer Yes, then they'll take that as approval of their current "effort" and give them clearance to continue their pork-laden big-spendah ways.  If I answer No, then they'll read it as, "no, he wants more big government and pork!"  Nice try, chumps.

7. Do you support the Democrats’ efforts to give federal government bureaucrats complete control of your health care costs and choices?

No, and I don't support the GOP's stupid prescription drug plan either, how much did that cost the government, and how many votes did it get you? 

8. Should Republicans in Congress make expansion of Veterans’ benefits a priority?

Here we go again, yes, obviously our veterans deserve better about better pay while you're at it?  Beyond that, how about actually meeting the commitments the government has already promised to vets? 

9. Do you support maintaining anti-terrorism laws that give law enforcement and intelligence agencies the far-reaching powers to track, detain and prosecute terrorists and their accomplices?

Why not just say the name of the bill?  There are obvious concerns about this expanding into abuse of power, but we do need to be able to track terrorists and other enemies of the US. 

10. Should Republicans in the House of Representatives make securing our nation’s borders and enforcing our nation’s immigration laws, including combating the hiring of illegal workers and ending the "catch and release" policy a top priority?

Did you miss the Amnesty fight last summer?  The plummet in donations?  The plummet in GOP membership?  The piles of angry letters and faxes?  The barrage of angry phone calls?  The entire base in a state of rebellion?  YES, YOU STUPID DUMBASSES!

11. Do you think House Republicans should continue fighting for comprehensive education reform to ensure that every child in America receives a first-rate education?

What, by letting Ted Kennedy write the biggest education bill in the past eight years?  Genius.

12. Do you agree that winning back a Republican Majority in the House of Representatives is essential to stopping the Nancy Pelosi Democrats from raising our taxes, destroying our economy and endangering our homeland?

Are we talking bringing in more of the same RINO brigades and kleptocrats that caused this little Democrat problem in the first place when we say GOP Majority?  Because if it is, then I'd say its irrelevant. 

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