Tuesday, October 14, 2008

I'm back...sort of...

Still on extended hiatus, just had to post some hilariously pathetic developments I've been following over the past couple of days. First up "The Infallible" Sen. Obama and his wonderful ideas for "tax cuts" for 95% of us. I addressed this issue a month ago. You've read the back and forth vetween Humanist and I, I'm sure, so we'll not re-hash that. It is sufficient I think to merely post "this." What an interesting article, right? Seems the charlatan Obama has to explain this to the American people. Well now hang on a minute...he did do that didn't he?





Wow! Income redistribution right from the horse's mouth. Nice. So let me get this straight, "O wise and illustrious Obama"...The American Dream of rising to success in this country's free market, is only acceptable up to $250,000. After that, then the government (under your vision, Sen.) would have to clamp down just so others who took no part in what one accomplished can share in the fruits of a successful man's labor. "Spread the Wealth" you called it right? It is not a responsibility of the American govt. to take money from financially successful citizens, and merely give it to those who have not made as much (or millions who pay no income tax at all)for the sole purpose of "evening things out." That goes against EVERYTHING we've stood for (financially) as a nation. Unbelievable...

That was almost the most pathetic thing I heard this week...almost. As repugnant as that belief is, it pales in comparison to the actions of ACORN. Yeah, you know that paragon of voter registration, espousing democracy? That's right, it's the community organization that has registered individuals multiple times (one up to 73 times in Ohio), the Dallas Cowboys roster in at least 3 states, 105% of the pop. of Indianapolis, Mickey Mouse in Florida, and thousands upon thousands of homeless and convicted felons. S'ok though, because I'm just sure these votes have to be for McCain. Please...

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