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Dem Congressman from IL says that massive debt and deficit is a “myth”

Just to recap: Man-made global “warming” is a verifiable fact, but $13+ trillion in debt is a right-wing myth.  Got it.  Thanks for the clarification, dude:

In case you don’t recognize Hare, he’s the tool that told us during the passage of ObamaCare that he didn’t care what the Constitution had to say about what he was and wasn’t allowed to legislate.

Phil Hare is channeling his inner Chip Diller:

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October 6, 2010 - Posted by | big government, Constitution, economic ignorance, moonbats

5 Comments »

  1. Sweet Lord, please deliver us!

    Comment by Kevin | October 6, 2010

  2. […] 11:00 PM EST: Remember this guy?  Phil Hare (D-IL), who said he didn’t care about the Constitution and that the deficit was […]

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  3. […] Phil Hare was unavailable for comment. […]

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  4. […] branches of the federal government are the executive, the legislative, and the judicial branches.  Phil Hare just called from the unemployment line to say “Dude, even I knew […]

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  5. Someone should ask him to take his foot out of his mouth we cant understand his mindless babbling

    Comment by SPURWING PLOVER | April 12, 2011


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