"Shutting down the government" is back.
Liberals are saying conservatives should not "shut down the government." Conservatives have no such plan, nor has it been discussed.
What's that all about.
Libs have not had many good days. One they think was good was when the government "shut down" in the 1990s during a dispute between the Republican Congress and Bill Clinton over spending.
Let me ask this: Do you remember where you were the moment the government shut down? Is it firmly etched in your memory, like the morning of Sept. 11, 2001?
What actually happened. Thousands of government employees got a few days off with pay.
No one died. Hardly anyone noticed.
But the polls showed people didn't like it, and so libs think they had a great victory.
May all their victories be so triumphant.
Now, can we talk about 9 percent unemployment 17 months after the recession supposedly ended, and the trillion dollars that was spent to "create jobs"?