It’s Not Pork If You Can See It -Update Video

Yup … that’s what far left liberal Democrat Debbie Schultz tells Neil Cavuto in this evening’s Cavuto moment. But the best part comes at the end when Schultz says Obama will cut the budget deficit in half in four years. Cavuto says no way and makes Schultz the second best best of the day. Hint – it’s green friendly.


What’s the first best bet of the day? Come on … do you have to ask?

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  1. Dimsdale on March 4, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    So if I close my eyes, Obama and the current Dow crash will just disappear?  Nice.

    What next, a pair of ruby slippers to make our mortgages disappear too?

  2. RGW on March 4, 2009 at 1:14 pm

    Can anyone with half a brain speculate of the high dudgeon if the Bushies had a dow meltdown like this?

    Even if W was to blame Clinton then, he would be 'responsible', sooooo, where is the chorus of complaining now?

    Sound of crickets chirping here………

    • Dimsdale on March 4, 2009 at 4:09 pm

      I sure remember how Bush was at fault for "allowing" 9/11 to occur, a mere 8 months into his first term.  Naturally, in the bizarro liberal fantasy world, this story expanded exponentially into the ultimate fabrication: Bush and Cheney actually planned it!

      Remember the phrase oft uttered by liberals and their flying monkeys in the media: "it happened under his watch."

      Well, now the shoe is on the other foot.  And it smells.

  3. Erik Blazynski on March 4, 2009 at 5:09 pm

    Hold on a second, she is saying that she needs to bring the dollars home because her's and other states send more than they get back? Doesn't just about everyone send more than they get back. 

    Basically what she is saying, "there is no pork, but if there were I'm gettin' mine, and if there were pork I would show you the pork that I am getting. Ok maybe there is pork"

    I swear to god you people better elect me in 2010. If this dolt can get a seat I sure the hell ought to have one.


  4. Linda Mae on March 4, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    I noticed she sounded like a puppet when explaining why the pork was important.  Must have been Rahm's words for the day that he sent to his merry men of the press and his other cohorts.  Solar paneled lights might work = but when the street lights are down due to high winds or fallen trees then who cares.  Is she saying the gangs will be given money to stop their gangster ways?  Friendly's is having an all you can eat shrimp special.  I thought that most shrimp comes from Asia somewhere?  I also had real shrimp in Mexico – not frozen.  Most of what I've seen now have been imported from Thailand.

  5. Uconnjim on March 4, 2009 at 6:01 pm

    OK, so Schultz claims that Republicans buried just as much pork during their "reign".  Well, do two wrongs make a right?  I guess in her mind it does: Socialism is a good idea until you run out of OTHER peoples' money!

    • Dimsdale on March 5, 2009 at 5:08 am

      Really!  Why do they seek to recreate the "failed policies" that they constantly complained about during the campaign and continue to complain about now?  I suppose the Republicans could have said the same thing during their "reign," right?

  6. Darlene on March 5, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    Does anyone know what the original question was?  What do these things have to do with creating jobs??????  I have had it with these people.  Now really, we go to Florida spend our money on there hotels and restaurants.  We rebuild there state with federal funds when they are hit by a disaster after disaster, and they don't get enough back.  Ughh!!!  Who, by the ways pays our residents' way when we get hit with an ice storm and have to go without power for days?   This is just sickening. 

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