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Pelosi: Welfare Programs Work Better With Less People

If you still aren’t convinced that the Democrats are a pathologically sick bunch, I offer you this:

Pelosi: Contraception Good Stimulus

I am employing all my powers of restraint by not referring to any obvious jokes that would include Pelosi, contraception, and the notion that there could be any stimulation at all. I’m just not going there.

It would seem that the Dems are a little short of cash for their welfare programs these days. In an unprecedented display of utter grossness, they have decided the solution is the cut down on the number of welfare recipients. This must be Pelosi’s way of sucking up to Obama because she wants in on his American Financed World Wide Abortion Bonanza. Did I say programs or pogroms?

To fully understand Pelosi’s…er…suggestion, it is necessary to learn how liberals think. Let’s try to follow their logic chain.

Step 1: Create a voting base that believes they can only prosper if the government gives them everything. (This removes that dangerous “incentive” element.)

Step 2: Tax the heck out of working Americans to pay for promises made to voting base.

Step 3: Dole out billions (soon to be trillions) in taxpayer money for the voting base.

Step 4: Pat self on the back for bamboozling an entire segment of the American population into thinking you are their only hope for survival.

Step 5: Run out of money.

Step 6: Determine that the problem is too many welfare recipients (while quietly bearing in mind that they are your voting base and you created them).

Step 7: Brainwash media into repeating that Democrats are the only ones who have the solution (to the problem they created.)

Step 8: Draft a bill with a name that sounds something like, “Children’s Healthcare and Education Initiative” (while the wording of the bill reads something like, “Encourage our base to abort as fast as they multiply”).

Step 9: Have the audacity to use your outside voice when saying,

“Well, the family planning services reduce cost. They reduce cost. The states are in terrible fiscal budget crises now and part of what we do for children’s health, education and some of those elements are to help the states meet their financial needs. One of those – one of the initiatives you mentioned, the contraception, will reduce costs to the states and to the federal government.”

Step 10: Laugh giddily while media plebes like Katie Couric and Tom Brokaw obediently praise your preposterously sick proposal.

Step 11: Call Republicans nasty names for voting against a bill that would put more money toward “children’s health care” and “education” programs.

Step 12: Laugh giddily while media plebes like Katie Couric and Tom Brokaw obediently slander republicans for not supporting your preposterously sick proposal.

Step 13: Smile for the camera as Obama signs your bill into law.

If only I were joking here…