Tax Money to Burn

Throw it around , Dems, and raise those taxes so we have to give you more!

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  1. The concluding paragraph from today’s “Wall Street Journal” editorial deriding this latest example of Democratic snout-plunging:

    “So in the name of still another ‘stimulus,’ Democrats are rewarding their own political funders, putting the most fiscally responsible states into even greater distress, and postponing the day of reckoning for spendthrift states. Oh, and Mr. Obama rushed to sign the bill yesterday, violating his campaign pledge to give the public five days to read legislation online. As we say, the only way for voters to stop such fiscal abuse is to run this crowd out of town.”

    It appears that even the “Journal” has slipped into Pantywaist-land, as the editorial nowhere calls for applying proven medieval instruments of retribution to Obama and his congressional knaves.

  2. They should let you and me command that Editorial Page for a day, Benny.

    No slack. 🙂

  3. “No slack.”

    And badly veiled calls for committing unnatural acts upon the persons of pols left and lefter . . .

  4. Perhaps I’ve been too hard on the “WSJ.” From today’s editorial, “Swing Away, Mr. President”:

    “We wish Mr. Obama played more golf. Seven days a week, in fact. Imagine how much better off America would be—and how much more popular the President would be—had he taken the rising public protests against ObamaCare last summer as an opening to drop the subject and work on his handicap?

    The more Mr. Obama and his White House team practice their putting strokes, the less time they’d have to pass more stimulus, over-regulate more industries, or raise more taxes. The economy would recover more rapidly with less political handling.”

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