Discussion in 'Economy' started by DavidS, Feb 19, 2009.
Video - CNBC.com
My God... a voice of reason shouting from the depths... it's almost enough to give me hope.
And I'm pretty close to Chicago, Lake Michigan. If there's a Tea Party in July, I WILL BE THERE!
Sounds like the Revolution is progressing on schedule. Hopefully, we won't have a Civil War, but that's up to Obama, Reid and Pelosi.
Too funny... now imagine how silly the left would have sounded if they talked about revolution and tea parties and secessions after Bush was appointed president by Scalia and company.
i guess treason is what they mean by those "pro america" parts of the country.
doesn't require any imagination at all-there's plenty of loons and sore losers to go around, they don't all belong to the right
CBNBC Rick is RIGHT ON!
The foreclosure bailout is a complete scam against all responsible tax payers who continue to pay their mortgage.
Why are the responsible now being penalized by having to support the irresponsible?
Mayor Bloomberg of New York made similar comments this morning. Did you know that of a city of about 9 million, half of all New York taxes are paid out by about 40,000 people? You have a minute portion of a 9 million population supporting the entire tax system for that city - and those people are now getting brutalized by this administration and Congress.
The recipe is so damn simple - LOWER TAXES across the board. INCENTIVIZE the free market. Billions and billions of new wealth will be created. This mantra of spending atop spending atop spending, and growth of government is suffocating the nation.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
Santelli was on fire this morning, I watched that live. The reaction from the floor was great!
Shouldn't you be doing less talking, and more constitution reading? Miss 'I think senators can be speaker of the house'?
Lowering taxes like we did during the Reagan-era was great... oh wait, Reagan INCREASED taxes when we were in a recession, sorry.
shouldn't you limit yourself to things you understand?
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