The Great Debt Ceiling Debate

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  1. {,You Got It Down To A TEE,… LOL,}…Ken and Brenda Battle Jordan.

  2. Need. More. Biden.

  3. Awesome … just awesome!

  4. I love it

  5. Thank God there is some satire about this. We must remember that the only authority in these figures and their currency is our mental investment. We’re on our own and have to redevelop the infrastructure ourselves on the ground.

  6. I <3 this.

  7. If this doesn’t make you laugh I don’t know what will.

  8. John Baker says:

    Hilarious. Let’s hope nothing gets done because nothing is vast improvement over the usual something.

  9. Brilliant fun! Can the next installment include Ceiling cat? :D

  10. bahaha! brilliant!

  11. The longer this debate continues, it looks like “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” and more like “Dumb and Dumber Go to Washington”. I don’t even know why it is taking so long… No, wait, I do: http://listofx.wordpress.com/2011/07/22/10-reasons-why-negotiations-to-raise-the-debt-ceiling-are-taking-so-long/

  12. Well done. I actually, literally, LOL’ed.

  13. Rhona Ottolina says:

    BEST EVER !!!!! JAJAJAJ

  14. Terrific.

  15. I`m having a very hard time laughing at these guys. I have to much skin in the game. Like childern and grandchildern a very old father and a country that was wounce great. We the people are trying to stop this and they say we are the problem because we want the spending to stop before it`s to late. How long can you kick the can down the road comrade? A day of reckoning is coming to a hood near you. No God no peace! Know God Know peace!
    With regards, Lynn

  16. Don Speed says:

    it did make me cry I don’t laugh at stupidity

  17. Gloria Tyler says:

    It is a sad day when people stop respecting our Legislature, and President, and find humor in the demise of a proud nation,But things being what they are..laughter is healing, So…. what the heck.LOL…..

  18. This is hilarious!!!! I couldn’t stop laughing. So sad it’s actually true..

  19. FYI – the phrase “don’t call my bluff” MEANS don’t call my bet, because you will find out the hard way I am NOT bluffing though you may think I am.

  20. Funny. Totally scary.

  21. Rudy Furigay says:

    Sad. And we are living in the greatest country in the world. Just think how much greater we can be if it were not for these self-centered “leaders”.

  22. That about sums it up

  23. Freaking awesome.

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  25. i like it……..

  26. The tigger costume takes the prize…

  27. The professional butt kissers club, your money is our money, get used to it! This is why the Lord is returning soon, sinnful man out of control.

  28. Obama = Herbert Hoover

  29. “If we couldn’t laugh, we would all go insane”
    ~JB

  30. kathy cole says:

    so sadly funny

  31. hilariously mad :)-

  32. We, Argentineans, walked the way you, people, are heading into the cliff, ten years ago. Our default was the biggest until now, but will be dwarfed by yours one to come next year. Very sad.

  33. Boil those Tea Bags in the Boston harbor….. Just Buy AMERICAN and this will all go away!

  34. And to think, I served in the armed forces to protect these idiots. Kinda wish I hadn’t!!!

  35. Oh well Jimmy Carter is happy, Now he is the second worst President we have ever had.

  36. Dave from Texas says:

    In the words of Mark Twain:
    Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.

  37. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Thomas Jefferson
    Sadly there is only one way out of the quagmire of debt, political disconnect and ineffectual leadership that the U.S. currently endures. That way is to wipe the board clean and start over. It is coming and the politicians, bureaucrats and media sycophants that support them are in for a rude awakening.

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