We have a bunch of clowns disguised as leaders

2013-10-20T00:00:00Z We have a bunch of clowns disguised as leaders nwitimes.com
October 20, 2013 12:00 am

Calling all conservatives, reactionaries, liberals, progressives, Libertarians, socialists, utilitarians and vegetarians. Aren't you sick of getting ripped off by Washington?

I would think that anyone, regardless of politics, would be so sick of the spoiled-child antics of our president and his cohorts in crime (Congress) that they would want to downsize government just to keep these losers from getting more money to waste and give out to their cronies.

Our government has become nothing more than a bloated hidden welfare system designed to support a group of men and women who are useless yet need to be kept off the welfare rolls. They create nothing except chaos, arrogance, insolence, and a total disregard for the citizens of this country.

We have a bunch of clowns disguised as president, vice president and Congress, and by the end of the month, I'm sure we'll see more tricks than treats!

- Dave Bashore, Valparaiso

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