I mean, I get the central message: "Fine. You want me to cut spending? I'll cut spending! I'll show you! I'LL SHOW YOU ALL!"
The Obama administration stunned New York's delegation Thursday, dropping the bombshell news that it does not support funding the 9/11 health bill.
The state's two senators and 14 House members met with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius just hours before President Obama implored in his speech to the nation for Congress to come together and deliver a government that delivers on its promises to the American people.
So the legislators were floored to learn the Democratic administration does not want to deliver for the tens of thousands of people who sacrificed after 9/11, and the untold numbers now getting sick.
...but I have to point out - like Dana Loesch - that not all programs are created equal, either. This is like something out of an 80s sitcom:
- Bringing Up Barry! (Tuesdays, 8 PM EST): When Barry gets in trouble at school for splurging the Chess Club's entire budget on a pizza party, it's up to John to talk to him about spending wisely. But Barry goes too far and hides with the school's fuses to save money. Wacky hijinks ensue as Sarah tries to talk him out of the furnace room in time to save the Valentine's Day dance!
Special Guest Star: Erik Estrada, as hip 'rap' DJ Ricky Mark.
Or something like that.
PS: Really. This is how it's coming across.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.