A Patriotic Response To The "Clown Prince;" 07/28/2012
District of Corruption
July 28, 2012
This week, the Senate passed a plan that I proposed a few weeks ago to protect middle class Americans and virtually every small business owner from getting hit with a big tax hike next year – a tax hike of $2,200 for the typical family. Now it comes down to this: If 218 Members of the House vote the right way, 98% of American families and 97% of small business owners will have the certainty of knowing that that their income taxes will not go up next year. That certainty means something to a middle class family who’s already stretched the budget as far as it can go. It means something to a small business owner who’s trying to plan ahead. That’s security at a time when folks could use some. And here’s the thing: everyone in Washington says they agree on this. Everyone says they agree that we should extend the tax cuts for the middle class. When Democrats and Republicans agree on something, it should be pretty easy to get it done.
[What I'm not telling you: As has become blatantly evident over the past three-and-a-half years is every statement I make must be scrutinized thoroughly, i.e., 'read between the lines.' The regime's position and statistics--as formulated by The Bilderberg Group--is always clouded with erroneous statements; like that '....97% of small businesses.... income taxes will not go up next year.' The percentages cited are normally about four times greater than the actual statistic.
With the general number of small businesses to be exempted from the income tax increase clarified, not only will said tax increase to small businesses be greater than admitted, this legislation--to the benefit of both parties--is nothing more than 'kicking-the-can-down-the-road' for another year. That political benefit continues the parties' financial stranglehold over the small-business community rather than allowing said community the power of knowing the stability of their various taxes rates going forward several years, as allowed by making the rates permanent.
As any business owner knows--
and I DO NOT; I've never worked in the private sector, never had to make a payroll, never had to budget for an upcoming year--
this one-year moratorium on tax increases does little more than cloud the company budgets going forward. Essentially, this legislative action puts the business community in the same position they've been in for the past year: that of controlled investment, that of controlled operating expenses, that of controlled hiring and pay increases. The small-business community will have no more clarification or financial stability than they had prior to the upcoming 'kicking-of-the-can.']
But right now, that’s not the case. Instead of doing what’s right for middle class families and small business owners, Republicans in Congress are holding these tax cuts hostage until we extend tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans. You see, Republicans in Congress and their nominee for President believe that the best way to create prosperity in America is to let it trickle down from the top. They believe that if our country spends trillions more on tax cuts for the wealthy, we’ll somehow create jobs – even if we have to pay for it by gutting things like education and training and by raising middle-class taxes. They’re wrong. And I know they’re wrong because we already tried it that way for most of the last decade. It didn’t work. We’re still paying for trillions of dollars in tax cuts that benefitted the wealthiest Americans more than anyone else; tax cuts that didn’t lead to the middle class jobs or higher wages we were promised and that helped take us from record surpluses to record deficits. We can’t afford more top-down economics. What we need are policies that will grow and strengthen the middle class; that will help create jobs, make education and training more affordable, and encourage businesses to start up and stay right here in the United States. That’s why I’ve cut middle-class taxes every year that I’ve been President – by $3,600 for the typical family. That’s why I’ve cut taxes for small businesses eighteen times. And that’s why I’m calling on 218 Members of the House to do their job and not raise taxes on the middle class. As soon as they pass that bill, I’ll sign it right away. And in the meantime, I’m going to keep fighting for an economy where we’re not just putting folks back to work, but making sure that work pays off – an economy where every American, no matter who you are, what you look like, or where you come from, can have the confidence that if you work hard, you can get ahead.
[What I'm not telling you: The conservative political pundits, the conservative talkshow hosts have it exactly right!! Far more higher income families and individuals will be affected by the current proposals than The Bilderberg Group wants to be common knowledge. That's why--in programming my teleprompter--I have 'marching orders' to continue to obfuscate the facts here, only talking in generalities and NEVER going off teleprompter, as I did with:
"....the private sector is doing fine...." and that
"....if you've been successful you didn't get there on your own. You didn't get there on your own...."
I'm not to speak to anything 'revenue'--or lack thereof--that doesn't have prior approval of The Bilderberg Group's Steering Committee secretary. To that end, I'm not to speak to:
a) Those evil millionaires and billionaires who are the driving forces behind job creation at all levels, small- through large-business levels, or
b) Those evil millionaires and billionaires who normally have their annual pay at levels of $100,000 or less (i.e., Warren Buffett)--the remainder coming as stock, stock options, dividend payments, etc. They'll not suffer for supporting higher income taxes "on the rich," they're not affected!!
The more discerning among us are realizing that while I commiserate with the general public on the dismal national economy, the dismal jobs creation numbers, the dismal loss of--and lack of--America's worldwide respect; everything is going forward according to plan. The Bilderberg Plan. As with Adolf Hitler's 1,000-year Reich (cognate with the english 'rich'), The Bilderberg Plan depends on a destroyed--or severely disabled--national economy; a national political party on which to heap blame for said economic strife; severely restricted--or outlawed--private gun ownership. While the economic plans have been on-track for the past three-plus years, the events of the past week or so, have played right into The Bilderberg Plan of small arms control, eradication.
Those evil republicRATics and their presumptive presidential candidate have been running negative ads of late. While said ads are basically true, I see no recourse but to hit back with negative ads of my own; regardless of 'the truth factor!' Unless The Bilderberg Group reformulates my re-immaculation campaign, I foresee only defeat at the hands of an effective, truthful, experienced-in-business, willing-to-learn, republicRATic campaign aided by my own mismanaged, misguided campaign run by dolts installed against my wishes!
The 2008 campaign was a fluke!! As the party's "throw-away candidate," no one--including me--ever expected to be the victor in the primary--let alone, the general--election!! Due to said fluke, this re-immaculation campaign cannot be run like 'it's 2008 all-over-again.' But they are!! The campaign is making assumptions that are just not playing out: the negro voter is unwaivering; the woman voter is unwaivering; the public acceptance of my blusterful blather is unwaivering. They're all waivering, to the point of seeking the actual truth of my statements. Just as the evil "Tea Party" Movement had a detrimental affect--as the result pertains to the obamacRATic party--in the 2010 mid-term congressional elections, so will they in the 2012 presidential and congressional elections!!]