The social security revisions that grandparents are worried about are a direct result of their confusion over a lost era of manners and protocol…maybe. The co-chairman of the President’s debt commission is pissed off at baby boomers and their grandchildren, but we can’t really determine why. We’re just guessing that’s what he meant when discussing the financial dilemma that the nation’s senior citizens are growing concerned about.
Alan Simpson is a former Republican Wyoming senator that appears to be vying for a hype man position in hip-hop. When he starts talking about financial issues in America, he tends to get discombobulated and lean toward the linguistic skills of the very people he criticizes. This is the second time he’s ended up in the news with incoherent rhetoric fit for a Lil’ Wayne track.
This is what he had to say on proposed spending cuts Monday reported by the Huffington Post:
“This is a fakery,” the former Wyoming senator saidon Fox News, referring to retirement-age Americans expressing fears about having Social Security funds slashed. “If they care at all about their children or grandchildren, and sometimes I doubt that — I think, you know, grandchildren now don’t write a thank-you for the Christmas presents, they’re walking on their pants with the cap on backwards listening to the enema man and Snoopy Snoopy Poop Dogg, and they don’t like them!”
He has other little flowery tidbits you can read here.