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Posted on 02/04/2013 9:27:55 AM PST by EXCH54FE
The day has dawned, the grass is ris, I wonder where my money is.
Obama got his taxes approved and marched us resolutely 180 degrees from the brink of disaster at the Fiscal Cliff to the verge of calamity as he wants more middle-class taxes while lying about taxing the rich some more. Were no longer facing a precipice; were facing a firing squad of avarice and covetousness to supply those who wont with the same benefits as those who do. (Work that is.)
Obama wants more taxes. Where the heck have we heard that before?
Instead of demanding and enacting a re-vamp of the Tax Code and straighten out the problems it presents all Americans (not just those alleged fat cats he always puts up as targets) while picking the middle class pockets for greater taxes.
The mans a greater illusionist than David Copperfield. Invariably, he shows us what he thinks we want to hear; then he gets his social media network to start pumping up the rhetoric. As the groundswell grows and the fears of insolvency pile on top of each other, he switches gears, changes subject and adjusts his program while his fiscal assassins do their best to get their dirty work done behind the scenes in Congress.
Its been shown and is now being understood the tax increase levied against the top 1% was spent before the ink was dry on the checks sent to pay the increase. This was understood before Obama started his latest effort to chisel more money from the middle class. This will continue until hes driven from office. Its unbelievable so many Americans could accept the fallacy of 1% of a population solving the Imbalance of Payments debacle for an entire nation. It smacks of outright stupidity.
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