On a day that will forever lay in infamy, Sen. Ben Cardin (Douche-MD) reluctantly voted for the Catfood Commission II/Great Depression II Budget Act of 2011. Apparently the poor soul was “conflicted” over it:

“I was conflicted,” said Cardin, who emerged from a Capitol Hill meeting with Vice President Joe Biden and other Senate Democrats on Monday with a marked-up copy of the legislation — and, he said, many outstanding questions.

“The main reason I voted for it: We cannot allow the debt ceiling to be breached, and there were no other alternatives.”

Cardin said he supported the measure in part because it includes language that protects Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries from direct cuts. {wow}

Really?

No alternatives?

Alrighty then.

I know the base is angry,” Cardin said. “I’ve been through enough tough votes to know that a few weeks from now, a few months from now, maybe, it’ll be a little bit different.

I guess Ben didn’t get the memo.

Or this one.

Or this one.

Or this one.

Or this one.

Or this one.

 

But don’t worry, your “retarded” ass will change your mind in a few weeks!

He’s been through “enough tough votes” to know how stupid you are. After all, you’ve got no one else to vote for!!!

Get in Gear, Man!!!

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