Wednesday, October 06, 2010

American life under Dem control

Private Sector Hiring in Sept. Falls 39,000...

POLL: Working-class whites shun Dems...
Middle Class Slams Brakes on Spending...
GOLDMAN SACHS: Economy 'fairly bad' or 'very bad' over next 6 months...
New Yorkers' Income Falls for 1st Time in 70 Years...


Anonymous said...

This is what happens when you let the GOP run the country for eight years and allow the massive redistribution of wealth to rich people. If voters are gullible enough to believe this is all President Obama's fault, the GOP can regain power and dig an even deeper hole. If rich people create jobs when we give them huge tax cuts, why did we lose jobs under the last president?

Yes, I know - a rhetorical question. You can't answer it but yet you repeat the fairy tale as if one day it will come true.

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The Game said...

I typically ignore your stupid comments because attempting to even think about how to help you understand reality hurts my vastly superior brain. However, I will attempt here:

"massive redistribution of wealth to rich people"
That's cute. Which blog or tin-hat wearing show did you hear that on? To redistribute wealth that means you take it from one person and give it to another. How does the GOP do that again? With tax cuts? Really? So when someone pays almost all the taxes and you let them keep some of THEIR OWN money, its taking from poor people.
Actually, here is how a communist like yourself thinks..
Because the rich person keeping a little more of their money and not giving it to the dead-beat, loser on welfare that is taking the money away from the loser who never did any homework or even learned how to read and now wants Obama to give him a check. That might be okay with you, but with me and a growing percentage of hard working Americans, it is not okay anymore.

"why did we lose jobs under the last president?"
After the tax cuts we gained millions, and maybe that whole 9-11 slowed things down a bit..

We just wasted over a billion dollars on socialism, what has that gotten us?

Anonymous said...

It's not about deadbeats or losers on welfare. It's about the middle class. The middle class has always been the engine that moved this country. Nothing got better for us under the last regime, so I'd imagine it was even worse for an upper lower-class type like yourself. At the rate we are going, you'll be a welfare daddy soon. And you will have yourself to thank. The middle class is disappearing.

You claim that two trillion in tax cuts for the super wealthy WOULD have worked...except for 9/11. But the current economic meltdown and the 2008 banking/real estate collapse is all the current president's fault?

Tell me some more about tin foil hats...

You are obviously ignorant of how taxes work. We might not agree on how tax revenue is spent, but collecting it from everyone and returning one-quarter of those annual receipts back to the top two percent (aside from those $600 checks you and I and the other 98 percent of Americans received) leads to a redistribution.

You got your GED and watch Hannity every night, so you think you understand macroeconomics. But all you're doing is repeating the lies the rich rightwing reactionaries want you to say. I hope you are proud of yourself.

And according to smart people like you, we redistributed a quarter of our GDP so the elite rich would spur job creation. Yet we lost jobs after those tax cuts. You are living in a dream world, filled with anger and ignorance.

But if that is your worldview, why are you blaming Obama and the stimulus for failing to create jobs? Wouldn't it be the fault of the wealthy? Aren't they the ones who are supposed to create jobs?

The stimulus was $787 billion, one third of which was tax cuts to small business. So the total that actually went to job creation amounts to about one-fifth of the tax cuts in 2001 and 2003. If those tax cuts didn't work, why would you expect the stimulus to work? Your name Game is very appropriate here. You keep fiddling while Rome burns.

And yes, your brain is vastly superior when you are in the company of your short bus riders, but out here in the real world you are easily exposed as a tool for the elite rich.

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Jason H. Bowden said...


The Dems have had the purse strings since they took Congress in 2006. How come things have gotten worse since then, instead of better?

Look, if raising taxes was the cure to all our problems, why didn't you guys make that issue #1 in 2009? Why bother with health care if you socialists are so certain that raising taxes leads to more entrepreneurship? Don't you fools always say that principles need to be adapted to fit the needs of the time, especially the needs of The People?

Here's what happened. You morons believed your magic Keynesian theories would create a "recovery summer" in 2010 through massive spending. It didn't; you have no successes to brag about. So you're going with class warfare. "Our policies don't work because, because, uh... the rich!"

And wealth redistribution is never toward the proletariat, ahem, the "middle class." It always goes to the socialist State-God. It isn't like you guys are going to loot Bill Gates and write me a check for $50,000. No-- the taxes will go to the gangster government, which will then give the money to all of its unproductive union drones. You're not fooling anyone, socialists!