A majority (51%) of U.S. voters now support extending the so-called Bush tax cuts for all Americans including the wealthy, even as the House Republican leader indicates he is willing to compromise with President Obama and not include wealthy taxpayers in the tax cut extension.
|Which is a better problem in the United States today?|
|Voters unwilling to pay enough in taxes||14%|
|Politicians unwilling to control government spending||77%|
|Not sureRasmussen Reports||8%|
The 14% who blame the workers of this country for not paying enough taxes are mostly life-long welfare leeches or rich liberals who know the ropes when it comes to not paying taxes even though they expect us to keep paying more and more of our money for their
3umor has it that the Obama administration is pretty keen on taxing you on how many miles you drive instead of how much gasoline you use.A great big “screw you” from Barack to the rural citizen in the red states.
But all is not lost, my liberal friends. Allow me to propose the institution of a windfall profits tax on presidential campaigns. Any campaign that raises more than $250 million would have all donations taxed at the higher rate that Obama was discussing for oil companies. Okay, so he never actually specified what that rate would be. But let’s say Uncle Sam took one half of all donations to presidential candidates.
Embarrass Obama, and expect the liberal media to go after you, no matter who you are: That’s what National Review journalist Byron York warned early Thursday afternoon.
He was quickly proven right by a story from reporter Larry Rohter in Friday’s New York Times, “Real Deal On Plumber Reveals New Slant,” in which Rohter took a wrench to Joe Wurzelbacher (aka “Joe the Plumber”), the citizen who dared to question Obama on his tax plan as the Democrat campaigned in his neighborhood in Toledo, Ohio. Obama responded with a classic paleo-liberal cliche: “I think that when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.”