Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Social Security Town Hall meeting

On Friday or Saturday, I saw an article in my local paper that one of our useless Senators, Carl 'never met a tax increase I didn't like' Levin was going to have a town hall meeting in Kalamazoo about social security. It was during the work day, so I didn't bother to read much more of the article because the only way I can tell Commie Carl is spewing liberal tripe is when his lips are moving.
However, I thought about it yesterday and decided I was going to take the time out of my workday and go. I did this because more than likely the only people represented at such a town hall meeting would be retirees, unemployed people, and students. None of which are currently PAYING social security (ok, students pay a pittance if they have a job), and who would represent constituencies that support the complete opposite ideas for social security as I do (at best), and would present Commie Carl with the best photo-op town hall meeting, with no one playing the adversary. Well, we can't have that, can we?
Well, unfortunately, I can't seem to find the article. I check Commie Carl's web site, there's no publicity about it. Hmm...Search the newspaper website, nothing. Search through the newspapers in the recycle bin, no joy(yes, even us hard core conservatives recycle, so bite me, you tree-hugging losers). Then I remember that the event is sponsored by the AFL-CIO, so I go to their web page...nothing.
I was really looking forward to going there with my video camera and recording his answers for posterity (and my readers) and trying to have everyone remember me as the person who asked the most obnoxious question. But alas, it's not to be.
Hopefully, I'll find it and get back on track to be the biggest pain in the ass at the town hall meeting, but for now, it's just wishful thinking.

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