Monday, July 21, 2008

Let's Have Another Round of "Soak The Rich"

It's time to CUT taxes for "the rich"AGAIN!


"The idea that this has been a giveaway to the rich is a figment of the Left's imagination. Taxes paid by millionaire households more than doubled to $274 billion in 2006 from $136 billion in 2003. No President has ever plied more money from the rich than George W. Bush did with his 2003 tax cuts. These tax payments from the rich explain the very rapid reduction in the budget deficit to 1.9% of GDP in 2006 from 3.5% in 2003."

Not that facts like this will be enough to stifle the grandstanding, the demagogy, and the usual hate-filled tirades we're used to hearing from our favorite Usual Suspects near and far.......


  1. What a disingenuous argument, compare one set of number as their raw totals and compare another as a percentage of GDP. Compare taxes collected from millionaire households to GDP and you'd have a fair comparison, otherwise it's a slight of hand.

  2. Roch, you mean like the so called balance budget under Clinton? Cooked books , smoke and mirrors and the usual swallow anything group fawned and shouted. Those who think , rather than feel weren't taken in by the scam and the truth was soon revealed but the 'unbelieving" continue to this day to deny the obvious.

    It didn't take long for the usual suspects to come crawling out of the cracks and crevices, Bubba.

  3. Clinton! Clinton! Clinton!


  4. Cone's calling you back into class, Roch......recess is over.

  5. Roch101 said...Clinton! Clinton! Clinton!

    Guess that will have to do since you have no facts to disprove my statement. As Bubba, said, Cone called recess over now go back to indoctrination classes.

  6. "As Bubba, said, Cone called recess over now go back to indoctrination classes."

    If his typical Libthink response to the original post is any indication, he ought to be ready to graduate.

    His initial comment is right out of the "How To Ignore the Facts Presented When You Can't Refute Them" chapter of the Class Warfare manual/agenda item talking points.

    In addition, it illustrates why it never pays to talk sense to someone who has none, and can't even understand the concept.