Wednesday, November 3, 2010

YOUCUT - the fun new game that's sweeping the nation!

The voters have once again spoken, and like a breath of fresh air they appear to have removed their heads from their rears before doing it. We are one step closer to a constitutional, limited government. Obama's express ticket to bankruptville has been revoked, and the rubberstamp congress which he's used to prove his inadequacy has been flushed. What remains to be seen is whether the new Republican House, under Old Boehner, will heed this rare glimpse of public wisdom and follow through with the drastic government cuts, both in power and in spending, that are so necessary for a true American recovery to occur - something a little more tangible than Obama's pathetic little "recovery summer".

To guide them, our power hungry little representatives need to hear from us, and a new tool has been added to that sadly anemic toolbox. It's called "Youcut", and it's basically a direct line to D.C. which can be used to spotlight those particularly atrocious little grants and expenditures which somehow slip through the budgetary cracks. It's certainly not a cure-all for the metastatic blob of government, but it is a fun step in the right direction. Through this very democratic process, bad spending can be brought to the attention of our stupid congress, and maybe, just maybe, they'll be in a charitable mood and oblige us our request. Anyways, what the hell, right? It can't hurt to try. It's worth it, if for no other reason than the Democrats are very publicly against it. They love wasting your money even more than the Republicans do. And that's saying something.


Can't find a that specific grant you were looking for? That's fine, you can still give them some general ideas right here.

Something to bear in mind: While encouraging, using Youcut to correct the culture of government is a bit like using tweezers to remove fleas from France. This is a huge problem, and it's going to take some serious DDT level solutions.

Rock on!