False Choices

“The more the American people see of Mitt Romney, the less they like him and the less they trust him,” Obama campaign manager Jim Messina said in a statement issued shortly after Santorum suspended his campaign.

The same can be said of you Mr. President (but the Liberal Media is still trying to hide it as much as they can). But I NEVER liked what I saw to begin with.

Arrogant, condescending Socialist who wanted to run everyone’s life for them and who has a virtual Messiah Complex.

Everything I’ve ever wanted! :(

“What drags our entire economy down is when the benefits of economic growth and productivity go only to the few,” Obama said.

“The gap between those at the very, very top and everybody else keeps growing wider and wider and wider and wider,” Obama said.

The president argued that government-led investments in the future economy were not a “socialist dream” as some of his conservative opponents would have it, but were essential to future prosperity.

“Let me you ask you: what’s the better way to make our economy stronger? Do we give another $150,000 tax break to every millionaire and billionaire in the country?” the president said.

“Or should we make investments in education and research and health care and our veterans?”

A False Choice Mr. President. Just like you.

Spend more Money. The Liberal answer to everything. Just Spend Even More!

$16 Trillion Dollars in Debt not good enough for you?

And giving more money to Education means giving more money to the Unions that turn around and give it to the Democrats. Giving more money to education is not about giving more money to the children.

Imagine That. :)

“So these investments — in things like education and research and health care — they haven’t been made as some grand scheme to redistribute wealth from one group to another,” the president said today at Florida Atlantic University. “This is not some socialist dream,” Obama added, as he called for tax increases on millionaires today to pay for those investments.

And he can say that with a straight face because he’s a practiced politician and his lap dog media are not going to challenge him on it.

And this ‘magical’ class warfare tax on Millionaire will do absolutely nothing for either job creation or debt reduction. But it will satisfy the heart and soul of liberalism — Divide and Conquer Class Warfare & Envy!

“I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.” — Candidate Obama to then private Citizen Joe The Plumber.

Rep. Jan Schakowsky 2011: “You Don’t Deserve To Keep All Your Money”
“I’ll put it this way, you don’t deserve to keep all of it. It’s not a question of deserving, because what government is, is those things that we decide to do together.”

So “spread the wealth around” just don’t say those exact words and that isn’t what you mean even if it is. Orwell smiles upon you my son.

“If we would just convert these investments that we’re making through out government in education, research and healthcare. If we just turn those into tax cuts, especially for the wealthy, then somehow the economy is going to grow stronger. That’s the theory,” President Obama said about the right at a campaign event on the tax code in Boca Raton, Florida today.

“Here is the news. We tried this for eight years before I took office. We tried it. It is not like we did not try it. At the beginning of the last decade, the wealthiest Americans got two huge tax cuts, in 2001 and 2003. Meanwhile, insurance companies, financial institutions, there were all allowed to write their own rules, find their way around the rules. We were told the same thing we’re being told now — this is going to lead to faster job growth, it’s going to lead to greater prosperity for everybody. Guess what? It didn’t,” he said an audience at Florida Atlantic University.

See what I mean. Can’t you just feel the love. :)

Time to bring out one of my favorite videos yet again:

Romney, a former venture capitalist, paid a tax rate of just 13.9 percent in 2010, a far lower rate than the average American paid, as his fortune is mainly based on investment and not salaried income.

Warren Buffet’s income, even more so. Funny how that worked out…. :)

http://townhall.com/video/ingraham-what-happened-to-bringing-people-together

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About indyfromaz

Born in Michigan. Been a Resident of Arizona for 25 years. Doctor Who and Foodie Fan. Cynical Conservative-Bent Tea Party Independent
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