Did you hear that big "thud" last Tuesday ? It was Barack Hussein Obama and the Democrat party hitting the ground. I hope they enjoyed the last 2-3 Yrs., because the next few are going to be real rough for the liberals. Think of it this way; a person who likes to spend money gets the limit raised on their credit cards at about the same time as their employer reduces their hours. But they disregard the reduced income and go on a wild spending spree, and for a while they are having big fun, thinking about all of the exciting vacations they can go on and new "toys" they can buy.
Then the credit card bills start coming in, and the smaller paychecks start to dampen the party. So the person gets the limit on their credit cards raised again and takes out a second mortgage on their house, figuring they'll just pay it off "when the overtime comes back". Pretty soon this person's family starts to worry that "the spending is out of control", and that "we can't keep spending money we don't have." That is the exact position that President Obama and the Democrat party find themselves in today.
The party didn't last as long as "party" hosts Reid and Pelosi would have liked. Heck, they didn't even get to take over the health care system yet and their guests, the taxpayers, are starting to abandon the party. Those independent "guests" that have to work in the morning realize there is going to be a bad hangover from all of the irresponsible spending, and somebody is going to have to clean up the mess the liberals made.
Sure, it sounded fun when Barack was talking about all of the cool things we could do, but then when the bills started coming in and the unemployment numbers kept rising, they realized they couldn't keep spending. Their children and grandchildren are going to be left holding the bill for the Democrats spending spree. Voters said "enough" last Tuesday when they voted Democrat Governor Jon Corzine out of office in New Jersey and Virginia returned a Republican, Rob McDonnell, to the Governors office. The real "house cleaning" will take place next fall when every member of the U.S. House must stand for re-election. It promises to be a real awakening for free-spending Democrats !