Of course Republicans are to blame for Ebola, duh!

Of course Republicans are to blame for Ebola. All the ills of society are Republicans’ faults. Usually it’s George Bush. But now, the blame is spreading and it isn’t just the former president. Thankfully, the Agenda Project Action Fund has put together this handy video so we can all identify who’s had a hand in spreading this deadly virus.

Yes… that was all sarcasm. It’s beyond shameful that an organization could be so dishonest as to produce something like this. Even worse if they actually believe it to be true. When, in the history of the United States, has throwing more money at a problem ever really solved anything? The only thing the government has proven they’re good at doing is taking our tax money and burning it faster than anyone I know.

Take this little gem, for instance. I mean, who wasn’t wondering why fat girls don’t get dates? Thank goodness the government used 1/2 a million of our tax dollars to pay for THAT study!

H/T RealClearPolitics and RedState

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Tammy Messina
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