Rep. Jackson Lee Compares Bush Tax Cuts to Iranian Hostage Crisis

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee compared the Bush tax cuts to the Iranian hostage crisis.
Why? Your guess is as good as mine.
Via Newsbusters:

Another brilliant lib.

Newsbusters reported:

We saw what happened when Iran took hostages in 1979. A president lost his re-election. The prestige of the United States was challenged.

I am not going to be taken hostage again to extend the Bush tax cuts when every economist says that it’s absolutely absurd forever and points to the fact that no jobs are necessarily created by extending the Bush tax cuts, at least on the top one percent of Americans, and when the top one percent population polled have said that they have no problem with losing that ludicrous benefit forever and ever. And then, when everyone understands the question of mutual sacrifice, benefit and sacrifice, with all of our soldiers coming home we’re now going to talk about being held hostage to the Bush tax cuts forever.

Sheila Jackson Lee is really out of her league in this Congress and needs to find different employment. Doesn’t the SEIU have any openings? Maybe the DMV?

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