Maxine Waters thinks everyone will lose their job over sequestration, and then some
I kid you not:
For what it’s worth, as far as Maxine’s impact on me, I don’t blame Maxine for being stupid, I blame the voters of California’s 43rd District for voting for her. These people right here:
She’s been saying stupid stuff for years and the people of Los Angeles just keep voting for her. Is there truly no one else in Los Angeles that can represent you guys better than this? Do you really think that because she is so clueless about an issue she makes the right decisions? I mean, losing 170,000,000 jobs is really bad! We better do something about that awful sequester huh? Every single person in the United States, plus a few million more, will lose their jobs today. That’s really bad isn’t it?
Oh well, thanks Los Angeles, for taking the time to think so hard about who you’re sending to Washington. With so much consideration put into the process of selecting our leaders, it’s hard to imagine why we’re in the mess we’re in right now.
I hear CNN and MSNBC are still working on a scathing expose on Maxine’s fuzzy math. News at 11, I’m sure.
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