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“Happy” – (Remy’s Tax Day video)

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Happy Tax Day, gang!!

Before you watch Remy’s brilliant (as usual) remake of the Pharrell Williams hit “Happy”, you might want to check out a couple things first: 

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IRS now referring to #Obamacare’s taxes as ….”Shared Responsibility Payments”??

Remember this?

From Obamacare, to record-setting debt, to racially divisive rhetoric, our President has certainly been true to his word: America has been (and continues to be) “transformed”. 

The method through which his Administration is primarily accomplishing this metamorphosis is words, or rather, by changing the meaning/use of words: 

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How the Government *protects* our Tax money: “Spend it or Lose it!!!”

From the group Bankrupting America comes one of the better satire videos in recent memory. A tremendous send-up of NBC’s ‘The Office‘, they’ve re-imagined it as a “normal” Federal Government agency: the “Department of Every Bureaucratic Transaction”, or D.E.B.T..

waste your tax moneyAfter you watch the clip below, make sure you stop over at their website. It covers the everyday waste going on in all areas of our government, and how irresponsible behavior is consistently rewarded. It’s chockablock with other videos, graphics and articles, so take your time looking around.

***NOTE: This video currently has about 10,000 views on YouTube right now. From what I’ve seen, your average cat video can get 30,000A subject THIS important needs to generate waaay more than that.

Just sayin’…

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Obama: “There’s NO smart way” to make these cuts

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Our President wants us to know one thing: we can never, ever, ever reduce Government spending, in any way. We simply can’t.

Ever.

Capiche?

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The New York Times Calls (again) for Higher Taxes on Middle-Class Americans

A solid post highlighting one of the MSM’s most ubiquitous narratives:

“there’s nothing wrong with our country that Taxing-The-Rich can’t cure”.

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All statists want much bigger government, but not all of them are honest about how to finance a Greek-sized welfare state.

The President, for instance, wants us to believe that the rich are some sort of fiscal pinata, capable of generating endless amounts of tax revenue.

Using IRS tax data, I’ve shown that this is a very inaccurate assumption. And I’ve also used IRS data to show the President that there are big Laffer-Curve effects when you try to rape and pillage high-income Americans.

Heck, even the Europeans have realized that you can only squeeze so much blood from that stone.

Notwithstanding the misleading rhetoric from the Obama Administration, there are some honest folks on the left who understand and acknowledge that you can’t have bigger government unless you put ordinary people on the chopping block.

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O: Sure We’re Gonna Keep Raising Taxes, But We’ll Ramp It Up Slowly So Maybe You Won’t Realize What We’re Doing

Someone refresh my memory…:
did President Bush show up/speak/get interviewed seemingly before EVERY major sporting event? ‘Cause the current guy sure does…..

Queen Pelosi: “The Beatings will Continue until the Morale Improves…” ***

***(…or something to that effect

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Last week I highlighted why the “Fiscal Cliff!” would now become part of our permanent landscape.

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For anyone that (somehow) doubted my conclusions then, I give you a quote from “San Fran Nan”, courtesy of CBS’ Face the Nation:

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The Idiocy of Tax “Fairness” (w/ video)

It appears that President Obama is committed to taking our country over the Fiscal Cliff. We’ve covered what the fiscal cliff IS already, so I won’t rehash it here. Instead I wish to simply review, again, the inherent problems with the President’s proposal.

First of all, here’s what it looks like:

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Obama and the militant Left want to punish the wealthiest Americans by making them pay the ultimate nebulous amount: “their fair share”. However, such a combination of new taxes & add’l spending will result in that “fairness” costing our economy $1.61 TRILLION.

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