Wednesday, January 28, 2009


This piece of garbage is anything but a stimulus plan. The devious Liberal ideologues in charge are using scare tactics to jam social engineering down the citizenry's throat. If the CBO says that 75% of this idiot handout package will not be spent for 2.5 years and aside from the Great depression, and Jimmy Carter's administration, recessions have never lasted that long, what is the purpose of this Christmas tree? In economic terms, "stimulus" means CREATE NEW JOBS nothing else. This load of malarkey does nothing of the sort. However, this scam includes another ridiculously ginormous lie. The Democrats say to address the concerns of the Republicans; their bill includes $330 billion dollars in tax cuts. TAX CUTS????? There are no new tax cuts in the bill unless you consider extending the expiration dates of the current tax rates which President Bush put into place, as new tax cuts. What the disgracefully disingenuous Democrats are referring to as a tax cuts are clearly welfare hand out payments to 60 million Americans- who do not pay one flat penny in Federal taxes! If this isn’t a form of income redistribution, please tell what is? As always, the liberal elites need to create fraudulent titles for their actions in order to disguise their motives, for the ideas which their whims are based, possess no intellectual merit.

The Democrats are effectively redefining the definitions of established English language words and verbiage, to push through their agenda. This is a serious situation. How is a hand out a tax cut? It would be like paying someone to take something away for free and referring to this gift as giving that person a “discount”. It is blatant nonsense! Historically, it has been the duty and responsibility of the free press (media) to shed light on and expose politician swindles, however today’s mainstream media bias has made this procedure a thing of the past.

The truth/ facts are something liberals refuse to acknowledge. Business activity creates jobs, Business and Capital Gains tax cuts spur the economy; monetary stimulus, not fiscal stimulus spurs the economy.