Tuesday, May 17, 2011

KS (Kevin Stoda) doesn't find much Sense in Jerry Moran's Inability to cut spending, like on DOD, Homeland Security, U-Name-IT while giving to Richest

I am KS (Kevin Stoda)"Common Sense" and I find little sense coming out of Kansas congressmen and senators. Do you feel the same?

For example, Mr. Moran (KS-R)refuses to cut any current and future pork spending and spending on DOD, NSA, and Homeland Security--while giving money to rich corporations run by Koch Brothers,et. al. He has shown no serious interest in the PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE'S BUDGET--even though it is considered by all logical insiders to be the sanest budget offered in Washington in 2011-2012.--KAS

p.s. I will run for Moran's seat if I am back in the state soon.

Meeting with President Obama on the National Debtby MR. NONSENSE "Jerry Moran" KS Tea Partier and Repulbican Congressman

On Thursday, I had my first meeting at the White House with President Obama since becoming a member of the U.S. Senate. The topic of discussion was deficit spending, the national debt and the pending vote on raising the debt limit. A month ago, I notified the President that I will not vote to raise the debt ceiling without a significant reduction in spending and a change in the way business is done in Washington.

This will take the leadership of President Obama and willingness from both political parties as we work together to craft a serious plan to reduce our debt. The plan must be three-fold. First, we pass a responsible budget that includes serious and significant spending reductions – and we must stick to it; second, we must pass a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution restricting Washington's ability to spend money it does not have; and third, we must address our long-term unfunded liabilities. Click here to listen to my thoughts on our meeting with the President.

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Blogger Kevin Anthony Stoda said...

NEOCONS CAN'T QUIT IRAQ: Those leading the charge for the Iraq war in 2002-2003 are now steering the chorus calling on America to stay. Gates' suggestion last month that the U.S. would be willing to stay brought some neoconervatives out of the woodwork, who -- with the support of some members of Congress -- are now warning about the consequences of a U.S. withdrawal and calling for tens of thousands of U.S. troops to remain in Iraq indefinitely. "Twenty thousand soldiers would be enough for the next several years," Fred and Kim Kagan wrote last month, and the Council on Foreign Relations' Max Boot agreed that that "would seem to be the minimum necessary to ensure Iraq’s continued progress." The Weekly Standard's Thomas Donnelly wrote last week that it might be useful for Iraqi politicians to have the U.S. around to do it's "dirty work" in countering Sadr's influence.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Kevin Anthony Stoda said...

Sadly, neo-liberals--like Obama and Clintons--lean the same direction on Iraq.

2:22 PM  

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