Her Train has left the Station and Jumped the Tracks – Sheila Jackson Lee Compares Bush Tax Cuts to Iranian Hostage Crisis


Guilty of Moonbattery in the First Degree.

From Newsbusters

Just think of the happy place, congresswoman, and everything will be fine.

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Democrat of Texas, appearing on Ed Schultz’s radio show Tuesday, made one of the most ludicrous analogies in recent memory.

We saw what happened when Iran took hostages in 1979. A president lost his re-election. The prestige of the United States was challenged. I am not going to be taken hostage again to extend the Bush tax cuts when every economist says that it’s absolutely absurd forever and points to the fact that no jobs are necessarily created by extending the Bush tax cuts, at least on the top one percent of Americans, and when the top one percent population polled have said that they have no problem with losing that ludicrous benefit forever and ever. And then, when everyone understands the question of mutual sacrifice, benefit and sacrifice, with all of our soldiers coming home we’re now going to talk about being held hostage to the Bush tax cuts forever.

There is no shortage of idiocy among modern Democrats. It is hilarious they are still referring to these “cuts” as “the Bush tax cuts,” when they were renewed last fall by Democrats, who ran the whole country back then. The continued use of the “Bush tax cuts” moniker just proves this is nothing but politics at play, to help convey the class warfare nonsense to the kook base of the Democrat party.

Look Sheila, truth is told we Conservative bloggers work out of a secret base on Mars. You know the one we built in 1969. I think you should call for a congressional investigation at once.

Thanks for the laugh Congresswoman.

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