Presented without further ado, the Quote of the Day from Bill Quick:
Okay, explain something to me, please.
The fellating tools and hack propagandists at the Washington Post assure us that if a tax cut less than a year old is not renewed, then we will be getting a tax increase.
Yet not renewing a Bush tax cut more than ten years old is somehow not a tax increase. It is repealing the Bush tax cut.
So why is the first of these not repealing the Obama tax cut? Or even better, why isn’t it reducing spending in the tax code?
Of course, that’s a rhetorical question.
But we went ahead and asked a liberal anyway to see if he knew the answer too, to which we got the reply: “Because… SHUT UP! RAAAAACIST!”
Well. We tried.
As to the whole Senate vs. House showdown on the extension of the tax cut, we’d like to point out that the Republicans, those tax-hiking brutes wanting to starve the pore working class by denying them their two-month extension, were actually insisting on a whole year, but the Democrat Socialists of the Senate wouldn’t agree to it unless they got to hike the taxes on “the rich.” You know, those people actually creating jobs which, last we checked, is what this economy really needs.
Sure, a tax cut extension for the “poor” is all well and good, taxes ought by right to be cut all over the place since it’s not the government’s money to begin with, but a tax cut isn’t much good if you don’t have a job earning you a wage you can pay taxes out of, is it?
We don’t need higher taxes. We need more people back to work so they can pay them.
So the dumbass RINOglicans in the Senate bent over again and agreed to a daft, unworkable two-month extension, which now places Ear Leader Ogabe in the position where he can hammer the actual Republicans who knew this wasn’t going to work (YOU try running payroll with taxes changing back and forth within the year) for “refusing to cut taxes.”
Yeah, refusing to cut taxes for less than one full year.
Way to go, Mitch McCockless. Oh, and next time you might want to have a conference call with your colleagues in the House before you march out with yet another “Victory Deal”, m’kay?
We swear, if there are life forms on this planet more inexplicably, impenetrably imbecilic than Republican congress retards, we’d like to hear about them.
They don’t call the The Party of Stupid for nothing.