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Monday, August 25, 2008

Third Major Obama Mistake In A Week

The first was to bring up houses which opened the door for McCain to bring up Tony Rezko. The second was for Obama to name Senator bumple mouth Biden as his VP over Hillary. The third is to bring up Ayers in this incredibly stupid ad. The announcer asks why McCain is talking about the sixties and what Bill Ayers as a radical was doing blowing up things. It says that Barack has denounced those acts but fails to mention that Barack worked closely with the unrepentant terrorists in the much nearer past. First team McCain did not put out the Ayers ad an independent group did and his team has not mentioned Ayers much at all but this gives them the opening they needed to make a major issue of their association.
The ad then goes on to make a couple typical leftwing talking points about the war and corporate tax rates. I am sure McCain doesn't "want" to spend ten billion a month in Iraq but knows we need to in able to assure success there. Obama accuses McCain of wanting to lower taxes on corporations that send jobs over seas, the reason they send those jobs over seas is because we have the second highest corporate tax rate in the industrialized world and an overburdening regulatory regime. If you want to create jobs and keep them here lowering or removing the taxation on capital gains and job creating corporations is the best way to do it. A simple look at how jobs shift around the US is an example, California and New York tax the hell out of businesses and they are leaving for states that don't like Nevada or the south east. The fastest growing states have low tax rates and the ones losing population and business have the highest rates. I swear the Democrats are absolute idiots when it comes to economics.
I worked with a liberal a while back that loved to rail on and on about those evil corporations and how they should be taxed into oblivion. I pointed out to him that he worked for a corporation and asked where all those folks would then work if their companies closed up or moved. He sat in mute silence as I explained basic economics to him. I asked where he would get any of the things he enjoys and he had no answer, most moonbats don't have an answer. He quit smoking because he didn't want to give money to big tobacco so I asked if he wanted to give up the cellphone that stuck out of his ear since paying the bill supported big telecom, you should have seen that glare and heard the lame excuses. The guy hated me so much it got him fired, hah.
The next time you hear a liberal whining about big corporations ask them if they are willing to live in a mud hut with dirt floors as a subsistance farmer without all the comforts a modern corporate world brings, no internet, no cellphones, no TV, no energy, no refrigerators, washers or dryers, no cars, or even medical care. I bet you will get a very surprised look and a dumb answer if any. Yep, I am a proud greedy capitalist pig, er goat, out to make a profit so I can pay my bills, have a bit to eat and drink and possibly enjoy life and the Democrats want to make that harder to do.
Any vote for any Democrat is a vote for higher taxes, oppressive regulation and a massive blow to our economy and you can't take that to the bank but you can send it to the kleptocrats in DC.


Trader Rick said...

Right on, bro!!

suek said...

About that Ayers ad:


Gayle said...

You're absolutely right, you greedy capitalistic goat! LOL!

I don't believe that the DNC is going to do anything to heal the Democratic party. What I don't get is that they believe Hillary, who said McCain had far more experience than Obama, will be able to bring the party together. The airheads just don't get it. The Biden pick is also bringing Obama's numbers down. I just heard Obama has dropped three points in the Rasmussen poll.

SouthernRoots said...

If people actually hate "big corporations", then they should adjust their life accordingly and avoid anything that comes from "big business".

Just sit down in your home and identify everything that doesn't come to you as a result of "big business". This would include anything purchased through loans from banks.

Sony, HP, Panasonic, Verizon, Monsanto, 3M, Sears, Macy's, Casio, Johnson & Johnson, DuPont, Honeywell, Boeing, Alaska and Northwest Airlines, Ford, Chevy, Honda, Shell, Union 76, Nike, Adidas, Levi's, my $5 class action award won by big lawyers, Advil, Tylenol, ......

Wait! Maybe someone could clarify for me what a "big corporation" is - are some of mine only small or medium sized?