Fiscal Cliff Inventor Rush Limbaugh
Rush Limbaugh, known as the Father of the Fiscal Cliff, has become a familiar face to adoring comedians on the national circuit, generously providing material free of charge to the madding crowd, who gobble it up like soup for a starving man and regurgitating it, mommy-bird-like, to waiting chicks that chirp near the footlights.
How to Tell if You Have a Fiscal Cliff in Your Front Yard
Do you want one? Do you have one? Look outside in your front yard. Does the street look really really far away and below the house level? Can you see it, or Russia, from your front porch? No? Chances are you do not have a Fiscal Cliff in your front yard. Do not despair. A good contractor or any number of TV reporters can have one installed for you in a matter of hours.
What the Fiscal Cliff is NOT
What the Fiscal Cliff is not: A chainsaw. Fiscal chainsaws are used in horror movies by villains with many trees to cut down. Rarely fiscally threatening unless a tree falls upon a garage “by mistake.” If that happens, let MSS know. She has the number of a good property damage law firm.
What the Fiscal Cliff is not: A well-known and beloved-by-some actor who passed away in 2011 at the age of 88. Mizz Snarkity Snark remembers him well from such remarkable works of art as Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, Falcon Crest (TV show), PT 109 (as John F. Kennedy), Wagon Train (TV show) and dozens of other masterpieces that MSS vividly recalls and you probably never heard of.
What the Fiscal Cliff is not: Cliff Notes. The next best thing to being there. Summarizes books you never want to read in their entirety. Easy to read. Short.
A Tale of Two Cities: Guy that’s dead is alive. Guy that’s alive gets dead. Best of times, worst of times. Guillotines, no chain saws.
Much love to each of you. Especially Mr. Rush-Week Limbaugh. If it were all this easy, everyone would be reading the news on the telly-vision.