Lazybones . . . How You ‘Spect To Get Your Day’s Work Done?

(Let this sucker play while you read, if you please)

Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Back-of-Beyond), like many of his colleagues, would like to punch Obamacare in the nose, kick it in the balls, stomp it into the Mizzou Mud then scrape it off his Thom McAn wingtips and call it a day.  Because Obamacare is making y’all lazy.  SLOTHFUL! yahear? 

And that’s just unAmerican:

I think any law you pass that discourages people from working can’t be a good idea. “Why would we wanna do that? How does that allow people to prepare for the time when they don’t work?

Like when they get elected to Congress?  and their work schedule looks like this?


And their work productivity looks like this?


With all due respect, sir, I think you should STFU about slothfulness until you work an actual 40 hour week two weeks in a row.  Or 2 jobs, instead of one-third of a job.  Or when you lose your gold-plated health care insurance and start paying three times as much for half as much coverage.

Here’s an even better idea—how about going back to your pathetic little red rectangle, with 84% whites making $24K per head and 14% living below the poverty level and actually ask your constituents—and not just the hand-picked pep rally ones—to “‘Show Me’ what would make your lives better?”  [How’s that for a novel approach to representation?] 

Since Missouri ranks a dismal 39 out of 50 for overall health outcomes, I’d be willing to bet that a bunch of them would ask you to help them get adequate health care or, at least, get the hell out of the way and stop preventing them from deciding for themselves to take advantage of affordable insurance for the first time in most of their lives.

Others might tell you that there is nothing that they would love more than to spend more time with their families cultivating some of those “traditional family values” Republicans are forever nattering on about like the rest of us never thought of it.  Certainly that would be good for America, right? 

As Anthony Douglas Williams said:

Spending time with children is more important than spending money on children.

Don’t you agree, Mr Blunt?

Wouldn’t it be better for Dads to have one job they like rather than two that they hate but that they hang on to for the benefits.

That would be better, wouldn’t it?

And wouldn’t it be better if folks who’d like to retire before they’re 65, and totally worn out, could? [Hell, now that you’re on Obamacare, you could too, Mr Blunt.  Think about it.] Wouldn’t that result in more jobs opening up for young people and the unemployed?

Wouldn’t that be good for America?

So.  If all of these good things can result from Obamacare why would you and your fellow Republicans fight so hard to kill it?

Maybe they’d like it and become super slothful, eh?


Have a nice life, Senator.

Posted by Bette Noir on 02/09/14 at 01:18 PM • Permalink

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I guess ol’ Blunt gonna be prepared for the time when he don’t work. Because he spent so much time practicing not working already.

Beautiful Redbone, thanks.

@Yastreblyansky we’ll always have Redbone [but I’ll bet he’s a Socialist]

Heh, Leon Redscare…

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