***Nancy Pelosi says, "Rich oppose tax cuts because they want to be immortal."
No, dear. The rich oppose tax cuts because they have this crazy idea that they should be able to keep what they earn and not have it confiscated by the government. You and your ilk are socialists who favor taking from those who earn it and giving it to those who don't. It boils down to creating a dependent class and then extorting their votes so they can keep their goodies. Working out real well in Great Britain, isn't it? That's where the Democrats are leading us.
Lastly, what's this "they" stuff? You're one of the richest members of Congress. What a hypocritical hag.
***10 job-destroying regulations. Why, you'd almost think they want people out of work...
***Love it! Wausau Mayor says that if union thugs exclude Republicans from Labor Day parade, they have to reimburse the city for expenses.
(Reuters) – The mayor of a Wisconsin town said on Tuesday a local labor council would have to reimburse the city up to $2,000 for a Labor Day parade if organizers exclude Republican lawmakers from attending.
The move in Wausau, Wisconsin, came after a county labor official said last week that Republican politicians were not welcome at the event due to their party’s stance against collective bargaining when state lawmakers voted to curtail it earlier this year.
Wausau Mayor Jim Tipple told Reuters on Tuesday that the decision to exclude elected Republicans “flies in the face of public policy.”
“This is not a political rally, it’s a parade, for God’s sake,” Tipple said, noting that taxpayer money is used by the city to pay for staging the event. Tipple’s office is nonpartisan, and he claims no affiliation with either political party.
***The Hope & Change Hangover. This is a good piece, read it.
Amity Shlaes described in her magnificent "The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression" how President Franklin Roosevelt and his group of political operatives and academic theorists prolonged the terrible times brought on by the Crash of 1929 by endless "innovation."
The uncertainty that resulted drove capital and the entrepreneurs who might have deployed it underground. Unpredictable government was a menace to private-sector planning and investment, but this fundamental truth eluded Roosevelt.
Sadly, Obama, wearing his Alinskyite blinders and advised by his Chicago gang, either didn't read or failed to understand Shlaes' arguments. Every promise he made about every policy and program he proposed has turned to ash, and the national headache is profound and debilitating.
Read the whole thing.
***We've all heard that we have to learn from our mistakes,
but I think it's more important to learn from successes.
If you learn only from your mistakes, you are inclined to learn only errorsNorman Vincent Peale
***Have a great day!