Posted 1 year ago on Aug. 3, 2012, 12:19 a.m. EST by fiftyfourforty
from New York, NY
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They use expressions like "making the tough decisions" or "making the hard choices" or "making the hard decisions" and "making the tough choices" which translate into "screwing 1- the poor 2- the environment 3-the workers 4- the middle classes."
The President, the Courts and the Congress and Senate comprise the board of directors or maybe the executive committee of the one percent. Their jobs are to make the hard choices etc. When they are in a crisis and can't agree on how to make the tough decisions or in what order to do them this they call "gridlock." Their media and think tanks bemoan it. They can't get their game (against us) together. What's so bad about that?