Monday, August 03, 2009
Geithner Can't Rule Out Middle Class Tax Hike
To get the economy back on track, will President Barack Obama have to break his pledge not to raise taxes on 95 percent of Americans? In a “This Week” exclusive, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner told me, "We’re going to have to do what’s necessary.”
Geithner was clear that he believes a key component of economic recovery is deficit reduction. When I gave him several opportunities to rule out a middle class tax hike, he wouldn’t do it.
“We have to bring these deficits down very dramatically,” Geithner told me. “And that’s going to require some very hard choices.”
Barack Hussein Obama, Junior...Dear Leader His Excellency...Raising Taxes on Middle Class Working Families. It's only a matter of time until he breaks this
It's insane. I wish I had the resources to move out of the country, somewhere like Italy. Anywhere where The Kenyan is not.
How's that for a rant?
That is a fine rant, indeed.
It is the following that knocked me back in my chair:
It is the rabble that have usurped our government that are the criminals. It saddens me to see the military used for the personal agenda of the super corrupt few. Of course the left is now silent on the corporate war machine. Their twisted agenda is being served. The lives lost have no meaning to the Leftard Corporate Machine.
That is worthy of anything ever printed in the WSJ or written by the likes of Krauthammer or Thomas Sowell.
The thing is, in especially what I quoted, there IS NO profanity. It is indeed WSJ worthy and the same a Kraut or Sowell.
I believe you are much like me, sometimes, that I (we) find it rather difficult to accept a compliment. Dude, you're a damn fine writer. And photographer too!
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