One of Barack Obama's favorite words has sparked an unlikely kerfuffle within Democratic ranks. During the 2008 campaign, candidate Obama told a debate audience that actual revenue outcomes aren't as important as imposing "fairness" through policy. Even if raising a given tax reduces the amount of money the federal government takes in, he said, it's worth it, "for purposes of fairness." Sure enough, as president, Obama remains wedded to the same destructive mentality. He's made this subjective concept a centerpiece of his re-election campaign, touting the so-called "Buffett Rule" as the crown jewel of this egalitarian vision. But there's...
It's always about a grand solution for liberals, ok then everything will be ok. For one minute. Then what. Oh yea you need more money to make your "solution" work. Pathetic and inhuman. We don't want your solution. We can handle ourselves. You will never ever understand that fact.
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