“No Man’s life liberty or property is safe while the legislature is in session”.

- attributed to NY State Judge Gideon Tucker

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Wonderboy's Lies About Taxes & Tea Parties

Did you see the clip earlier this week portraying Wonderboy castigating Tea Party activists for not thanking him for the largess of his alleged tax cuts?

Personally, I was reminded of a Roman Emperor excoriating the masses for failing to exhibit proper gratitude for their bread and circuses. Even though their taxes paid for the treats.

It's yet another example of our president demonizing free speech, the right of assembly, and anyone who dares to question the reality of the fantasy America he paints in his almost-daily public speeches.

Never mind that our First Rookie lies about the heavy tax burdens woven into his prized health care bill. Or the expiring Bush tax cuts about to raise levies.

Or the new reach of FICA into investment income, thanks to the health care bill. Which will hit anyone with non-qualified investments. That's much more of the voting public than many realize.

And how about the overall tax level, which translates to higher taxes, due to Wonderboy's unprecedented spending and borrowing binge since taking office?

Cap and tax, anybody? Won't that be a tax?

If I'm not mistaken, Wonderboy's so-called 'tax cuts' have only been social program transfers which result in lower-income Americans being given more welfare of various sorts. The people who actually work and pay taxes?

We're getting hammered.

Thanks for nothing, Wonderboy.

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