Tuesday, April 15, 2014


***Tax day! Oh joy. Eight infuriating facts to remember on tax day. We simply have to get as many liberals as possible out of office this November. That's the only way America as we know it is going to survive.

***Tax Quotes & Facts

What’s the difference between a tax auditor and a rottweiler? A rottweiler eventually lets go. – anonymous

If Patrick Henry thought that taxation without representation was bad, he should see how bad it is with representation.– Farmer’s Almanac

Why does a slight tax increase cost you two hundred dollars and a substantial tax cut save you thirty cents? – Peg Bracken

The Taxpayer’s prayer: Oh Mighty Internal Revenue Service, who turneth the labor of man to ashes, we thank thee for the multitude of thy forms which thou hast set before us and for the infinite confusion of thy commandments, which mulitplyth the fortunes of lawyer and accountant alike. – Russell Baker

Unquestionably, there is progress. The average American now pays out twice as much in taxes as he formerly got in wages. – Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956) 

The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax. -Albert Einstein

The Government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend upon the support of Paul. -George Bernard Shaw     

The Gettysburg address is 269 words, the Declaration of Independence is 1,337 words, and the Bible is only 773,000 words. However, the tax law has grown from 11,400 words in 1913 to 7 million words today.

American taxpayers spend over $200 billion and 5.4 billion hours working to comply with federal taxes each year, more than it takes to produce every car, truck, and van in the United States. 

The IRS employs 114,000 people-twice as many as the CIA and five times more than the FBI.

Taxes eat up 38.2% of the average family’s income; that’s more than for food, clothing and shelter combined.



***What is Obamacare costing you?

Cost of ObamaCare


$1.4 Trillion ($1,383,000,000,000) *

ObamaCare's coverage provisions will cost the federal government $1.4 trillion (net) over the next 10 fiscal years, according to the CBO. That is the net cost to the federal government of the provisions to expand and subsidize health insurance coverage over the fiscal 2015-2024 period. The gross cost of the coverage provisions – before individuals and employers have paid their penalties and insurers have paid their excise taxes on "Cadillac" plans – stands at more than $1.8 trillion over the same period. Since some will pay large penalties and some will pay none, this taxpayer calculator analysis doesn't attempt to distribute the $456 billion in coverage spending that is expected to be offset by penalties, excise taxes, and some other tax revenues.

***                   Low Information Voters:

***Okay, now that I have all that out of my system, better get back to work.

Never trouble another for what you can do for yourself. ~~ Thomas Jefferson

***Have a great day!


  1. The Patrick Henry quote is fantastic! Also, you really should not insult sheep. They might be Low Information Voters, but not the Lowest. How do you think the O got in?

  2. I know exactly how he got in...and if we don't clean up our voting system, it's going to keep happening.