We sure wish we would have come up with these. But we gotta be honest. The dude that did write them has obviously watched Fox news. Thumbs up Dude! (link at the bottom of post).
1. This (bin Laden's death) is a terrible thing. Doesn't Obama realize the danger he has put us in? What if the terrorists retaliate? Gasoline prices are bound to increase as part of the fallout from this debacle.
2. This is a good thing-- and entirely the result of George W. Bushes sound strategy, and deliberate efforts to end terror. America is always at its best when we are violating international law by kidnapping and torturing swarthy prisoners. And, it is just this practice that led to the great victory over haters of our freedom. If Obama had any decency, he'd have asked bush to give the address last night. Obama SHOULD be doing something about gasoline prices.
3. Never mind this bin Laden thing-- let's have some outrage at how Pakistan sheltered the douchebag for 10 years. Obama SHOULD be shelling the bastards now, intead of coddling these terror co-dependants. We need real strength, not some feel-good community organizing, fer chrissakes.
4. Now he's done it. The mad dictator Obama has soured our relations with the muslim world by "invading" Pakistan. He's already got 2-3 wars he can't finish, and now he starts another one. Gasoline prices are going up, for sure.
5. HITLER used to kill his enemies, too. Coincidence?
6. Heck, Bush WOULD have killed bin Laden if he hadn't been bogged down by union thugs, always demanding overtime from our contractors in Iraq/Afghanistan.
7. Bin Laden wasn't the problem, anyway. He ceased involvement in day-to-day operations years ago, and fell off our radar screens, becoming unimportant.
8. how do were know the bastard's really dead? Are you gonna beleive some foreigner who forges birth certificates?
9. The whole thing is an attention-getting stunt to detract our investigation of his birth certificate. or, maybe to take our minds off gasoline prices.
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We are posting two videos where he makes it a joke.
Before the Clintons we listened to Limbaugh and read his books. Then when, like Beck and Trump, he found there was money in distorting facts to cater to those who prefer to hate. We stopped listening.
While America's Corporate tax rate America’s official corporate income tax may seem high in comparison to the rest of the world, how is the rest of the world doing? Example: US pays triple the tax rate of Ireland. Ireland is a candidate for default.
From the New York Times: (read full story here) U.S. Business Has High Tax Rates but Pays Less
Yesterday we published the following:Will the tea partiers force the conservatives to force us into a depression? This morning the Wall Street Journal is reporting :
Our contention was and is, if the damn congress does not get it's act together we are toast. Looking back to 2008 fundamentally we are now, where we were then. The difference being,
Treasury Department officials said Monday that they will begin to take extraordinary actions Friday to manage the government's finances so the U.S. won't default after hitting its borrowing limit on May 16.
we just saw another all time high 44.2 million poverty-level Americans relying on government funding for day to day sustenance.
offsetting these 44.2 million of impoverished Americans who can get a tax refund for writing off the American dream, are 400 Americans who accounted for 10%, or $91 billion of total, in capital gains taxes, or said otherwise, 400 US taxpayers account for 10% of all capital gains in 2007! We are currently going through old issues of Pravda to see if the Communist empire ever achieved this kind of social disparity between the nomenklatura and the proletariat (it didn't). If we find confirmation we will post it, and lose a sizable bet which will certainly deny us any possibility of every being among the above mentioned 400.
400 people who not only account for 10% of all US capital gains taxes (Taleb was right), but end up paying a whopping (sarcasm included) 17% in taxes on it.
One of the more interesting documents published by the IRS is its report on the income and taxes of the top 400 taxpayers (pdf). A lot of attention gets focused, rightly, on the remarkably low average tax rate these people pay — less than 17 percent in 2007, the lowest on record. But I was struck by something else: in several years during the last decade the top 400 accounted for more than 10 percent of all capital gains income in America. Just 400 people? from Zero Hedge