Welfare for the Rich Signed Into Law
President Bush today signed a $70 billion, election-year tax-cut package, predicting it will bring a "strong lift" to the economy and "help millions of Americans who are saving for the future."A lie (duh!), as numerous sources have pointed out, including this blog, the cuts will help almost no one below the $150,000 level.
"The opponents of these tax cuts were wrong when they voted against them the first time," Bush said, referring to Democrats who opposed tax cuts passed by the Republican-controlled Congress in 2001 and 2003.Wrong again President Neuman. The Dems were simply supporting sound fiscal policy and the majority of Americans who won't benefit a whit from your millionaire's welfare program. Maybe that's why polls show your support among middle and lower class Americans eroding like a New Orleans levee.
Bush said the tax cuts have benefited Americans at all income levels.Bwahahahahahah! Might be true, if by "all" income levels you mean all the levels above $500,000 a year. And...as if these statements weren't enough, Bush issued another Indivisible Quantum of Stupidity by uttering the following, You cut taxes and the tax revenues increase.
Midterms here we come...
Who says the little guy gets left out? People should make a wall of checks under, say, 10 bucks. Call it, the wall of futility.
Zoiks. the folly of this government is so obvious it a three year old could figure it out.
Hmmm...so, if you tell your boss you want a pay cut, you'll actually be making more money. Hot damn, we're on to something here...
Abi, I'm going to make my proposal tomorrow. :-) If I get it cut in half will my pay double?
Ms. Cracker, I'm shocked...shocked at your language. I think that in deference to our under 18 readers you should have said "prostrate receptacle of feces".
Mikevotes...and some of those don't even invest in Halliburton.
Rumunov, well I might have heard it somewhere but in the moment I thought that I made it up.