President to help middle class by paying them in fairness. Middle class not sure if it constitutes legal tender.
Every now and then, an issue comes up that allows me to truly gauge the intelligence of the American people. Well, I’m excited to report that such an issue has arisen: the Buffett Rule. No, we’re not talking about my personal hero Jimmy Buffett; he’s too drunk to be paying attention. I’m talking about that annoying old man Warren Buffett, who has allowed his inability to satisfy his secretary
sexually financially to quickly absorb as much of my talk radio time as Jesse Jackson and his merry band of hoodie-wearers. In case you didn’t know, Mr. Buffett, a man worth billions, has made it part of his bucket list to complain about how he pays a lower overall tax rate than his secretary. This has caused many to offer him the practical option of simply paying more in taxes if he’d prefer. In fact, he can even pay my taxes while he’s at it. Not surprisingly, the idea of a rich guy asking the feds to take more of his money is something the lefties can’t ignore; especially when all of their other economic plans have been as successful as a one-armed man rowing his boat in a straight line. So, instead of making an effort to propose an actual budget that could get a single vote in the House of Representatives, our little dictator in chief has asked the Senate to vote on the “Buffett Rule.”
Mr Obama is promoting the ‘Buffett rule’, which would set a minimum tax of 30 per cent on the income of millionaires, as he attempts to establish a stark contrast with Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger and a former private equity executive.
You may be asking why I’m using the Buffett Rule as a barometer of American intelligence. Well, the last time I looked, a majority of Americans supports the proposition of “making the rich pay their fair share,” even if they can’t tell you what “fair” means. To put it simply: if anyone is in favor of this proposition, then they obviously sustained severe brain damage. And to support this point, I’m not even going to make reference to the fact that, while the top two percent already pays a disproportionate share of the total federal income taxes, half of this country doesn’t pay any.
No. I’m going to focus on a lie that is so blatantly obvious that someone would need to be comatose not to catch it. What’s the lie, you ask?
Still, throughout his speech, the message was clear: In 2012, Barack Obama and the Democrats are in favor of ‘fairness,’ of having those Americans who can afford to do so pay a bit more in taxes so that the rest of the country can thrive.
How is taking more money from the top 1% going to help the country “thrive?” It’s a proven fact that the extra money won’t put a scratch, let alone a dent, in the national debt. And it isn’t like we have a president who seems to care about deficits. The implied argument being made here is that the middle class will somehow be helped by taxing the rich more. How? Well, notably absent from Barry’s plan is a tax cut for the middle class. And it’s not like the extra money being extracted from the rich is going to be sent to the middle class. So, how is this plan helping anyone? That’s right, it’s not. The Buffett Rule is a political stunt that the president hopes will distract everyone from the fact that his presidency has been less then stellar.
So, are you going to fall for this asshattery? Of course not. You’re one of my readers. But your mom may not be. So feel free to poke her with a sharp pin to make sure she responds to painful stimuli before giving her a summary of the foregoing.