Wednesday, September 21, 2005

DFL Twit Needs an Editor

A large fireball was spotted over Florida last night. Since Dementee is in Florida, there's a very good chance that it was his head blasting into orbit after reading the moronic letters in the Strib.

As a service to Dementee, and all the other high blood pressure sufferers out there, I will try to mitigate the stupidity in at least one of the letters this morning.

Oh, here's one from a celebrity moron - former Minnesota DFL kool aid dispenser chairman, Mike Erlandson:


As a Democrat, I would like to add my support to Rep. John Kline's effort to put President Ronald Reagan on the $50 bill (Star Tribune, Sept. 17). I think we should make them collectors' items and only issue 33,442,554,240 of them

Why 33.4 billion? Simple; that is the number of $50 bills it would have taken to pay off the $1,672,127,712,041 increase to the national debt that took place while Reagan was president.

Mike Erlandson, Minneapolis;
former state DFL Party chairman
.

Hmmm. I think that's the first recorded instance of a Democrat writing to the Strib admitting that he is a Democrat. Usually, they start out by saying that they are "lifelong Republicans" before they dutifully barf out every half-witted Democrat talking point they have become privy to.

Well, in order to preserve the sanity of Dementee, and all other tightly-wound moonbat-eating Cookie Monster-like wingnuts out there, I offer you Mike Erlandson: edited for accuracy. Deletions in overstrike; additions in mauve:

As a Democrat rage-seething-election-rigging-lying-sack-of-shit, I would like to add my support to Rep. John Kline's effort to put President Ronald Reagan on the $50 bill (Star Tribune, Sept. 17). I think we should make them collectors' items and only issue 33,442,554,240 of them to LearnedFoot.

Why 33.4 billion? Simple; that is the number of $50 bills it would have taken to pay off the $1,672,127,712,041 increase to the national debt that took place while Reagan was president, and the House of Representatives was monolithically Democrat. Why do I mention the House of Representatives? Well, the House is where spending bills originate. No money can be spent unless the House of Representatives authorizes it. In Reagan's compromise with Congress, Congress agreed to pass his tax reforms, in exchange Reagan granted Congress free reign to do whatever they wanted with the budget, save for that of defense. This resulted in Congress spending like a bunch of drunken Ted Kennedys in a brothel. I am really counting on a lot of people not knowing this (or the fact that federal revenues increased after Reagan overhauled the tax brackets and closed loopholes like the passive activity loss shelter.) But since we Democrats are firmly in control of the public schools, I'm not too worried about it.

Mike Erlandson Jim Jones, Minneapolis;
former state DFL Party chairman
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