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Every once in a while, I’ll just happen to run into a hard copy of the Dullest Moaning Snooze – as long as I don’t have to pay for it, I don’t mind reading it, thus I’m living up to my boycott thereof – and I happened to come across this screed from the biggest shit-for-brains I’ve seen in a long while.

Social Security is not the biggest problem with the federal budget. The Greenspan Commission in the ’80s made sure that the Social Security system is well-funded for the baby boomers.

This dumbass Dan Mosher has obvously never read this article at what should be one of his favorite papers, the New York Slimes, nor must ne not have read, heard and/or seen the other major media outlets do their converage on the story (and for once, they did  cover it), else he wouldn’t have gone out of his way to expose the vacuum in his head.

Social Security is broke.  Medicare is brokeThe United States of America is broke.  What about that does this asshelmet not understand?

In fact, the trust fund will last well into the late 2030s, when the early boomers have mostly died.

Scripture admonishes us not to say things like “Thou fool” to anyone.  In this case, however, I don’t think I’ll be able to help myself.

Mosher?  Thou fucking fool.  Just because Alan Greenspan, 20 years ago, said that this dumbshit little Ponzi scheme was financially stable doesn’t mean  it was.

We were saying thirty years ago, during the days of Reagan, that Social Security was facing economic collapse, unless drastic changes were undertaken to stabliize it.

Did any of your butt-buddy Demoscum listen?  HELL, NO!!!  All they did was slap economic Band-Aids© on it, kick the can down the road and pronounce it “fixed”!  Now, in about 20 years when I’m going to start needing it, I’m likely not going to get a @%*@!! cent  of it back!

And neither will you, Mosher – and you’d realize that if the matter between your ears was grey, rather than fecal.

But Denizens, what this shit-for-brains says next is quite possibly the stupidest, most asinine, most idiotically foolish  thing I’ve ever read.  (And that includes anything from the Church of the SubTarded, so that’s saying something.)

Charles Krauthammer is just as wrong as if he had said that a person struggling with $10,000 in credit card debt at 24 percent and a $100,000 mortgage at 5 percent should be most worried about the mortgage. The mortgage is the largest, both in total balance and yearly interest, but we all know that it is the credit card debt should be paid first.

He didn’t just say that.  Tell me he didn’t just say that.

Boyz & girlz, I’ve owned a home, and I’ve been in massive, unrepayable credit card debt.  I think I know whereof I speak.

I’m not sure how things are in other states, but I know how they are here.  If you don’t pay your unsecured credit cards, here’s what happens:

They start sending you letters.  They start calling you.  You ignore them.  More calls.  More letters.  More ignoring.  Eventually, they turn your account over to a collection agency, which sends you a collection letter.  If you don’t know how to use the United States Federal Code to handle those (and I do), or if you don’t act quickly enough, you get sued.

Then, if (for whatever reason) you lose the case, they can then file for possession/repayment – which will most likely be pennies on the dollar, and you might have to sell a few personal items, a couple of guns (if you have them), but not a whole heck of a lot else.  And if you do  declare bankruptcy, they’ll get a whole lot less than that.  But at least in Texas, you don’t lose everything.  (And, if you have the Texas Homestead Exemption, you can’t lose your house, period.)

In other words, with very few exceptions, the credit card companies can’t touch you.  Especially if you know how to handle them.  (You will take a hit on your credit record, but we’re not discussing that right now.)

Now.  Contrast that with what happens if you don’t pay your mortgage:  You stand to lose your home – and anything that might happen to be in it when they post the foreclosure notice and padlock the place.

So you tell me, Denizens:  What are you  gonna pay first?

The logic that “the largest is the problem” is simply flawed.

There’s indeed some flawed logic here, dumb fuck – but it’s sure as Hell not Charles Krauthammer’s.

The real problem with our federal budget is the excessive military spending.

Ah yes – here’s where we get into “it’s all Reagan’s/Bush’s/Bush’s fault”.  The little pussy hates our military, so he blames it for everything from his widdle hangnail to the 600,000,000 quadrillion trillion billion million that Dubya personally shot to death in Iraq.  (Not that widdle Danielle can give us any names or anything, but you get the idea.)

We involve ourselves in far too many of the world’s problems and then cut taxes instead of raising taxes to pay for our expeditions.

And then he goes on to demonstrate his absolute fuckwittery when it comes to taxation philosophy:  “Tax hikes goooood, letting people keep more of their own money to stimulate the economy themselves, baaaaaaaaaaaad.

Never mind that when you cut  tax rates, you bring more money into the Treasury.  This putrid ‘tard didn’t read the lesson debunking Keynes, though – must’ve been off huffing his bong during that class.

And Daniella, I’m so  very sorry that we spent that money on killing people, breaking things, and defending this country instead of using it to produce mass quantities of unicorn farts like you’d have preferred.  But we rather dislike ragheaded pussies taking planes and flying them into our buildings, y’dig?

President George W. Bush and the Republicans nearly doubled our national debt during relatively good times and left us in much worse shape to deal with the fiscal meltdown that their “don’t regulate” policies brought on.

Well, finally, he got to the “blame Bush” part.  Bush Derangement Syndrome does, indeed, live.

Never mind that his honeyboy Bambi, in only two years has about quadrupled  what Bush accomplished in eight.

But that’s liberal retardia for you, isn’t it?  Good thing morons like him aren’t in government…uh, wait… 

4 Comments to “This may be the stupidest thing I’ve ever read”

  1. LC Purple Raider — March 17, 2011 @ 4:58 pm

    I am 52 years old, and I will never see a penny of what I “paid” into Social Security.

    Even in the most optimistic worldview, Social Security was going to go broke by 2020, even with the “fixes” by Greenspan.

    What a Maroon!

  2. Alan K. Henderson — March 18, 2011 @ 12:03 am


  3. David Hartung — March 19, 2011 @ 7:13 am

    Unless they have changed the rules and I don’t know, I will qualify for full Social Security in 2019. I don’t expect to get the first penny.

  4. Alan K. Henderson — March 19, 2011 @ 11:30 pm

    Maybe SSA should offer retirees something in lieu of a monthly stipend – forty acres and a mule or something.

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