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Tax Rich Liberals

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 2:30 AM
Dude, I am so sick of self righteous pedantic nimrods who classify themselves as "conservatives" and automatically label anyone who espouses anything other than the party line as a "liberal" (or worse). The woman you just labeled a liberal has been THE poster child for espousing conservative ideals and policies for years. What have YOU done to advance the agenda? Nothing, that's what. Ann is to liberal, like you are to intelligent. Hint: she's no liberal. It's high time that all you uber "conservatives" learn this simple fact: We lost. We will continue to lose as long as we fail to learn from our arrogance and missteps. I pray there are no more "conservatives" like you running the show or we're all doomed. Idiot
Kgolfinghawaii Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 9:01 AM
These are the same people that will ALWAYS blame the one house of congress our side controls for all that is wrong because they couldn't get "anything done". But the morons on the other side face no such opposition in their party. Amazing...nice rebutt
MoonYogert Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 7:17 AM
I know...right? These guys seem repulsed by an attractive woman with brains. Remember Ann was the first to predict McCain and Romney losses. She only supported Romney once it was clear that he was the GOP's only hope. This article does not advocate raising tax rates. She is suggesting that we beat the liberals at there own game by going after the truly rich that don't really have a job. Buffet, Sorros, Kerry, and Hollywood liberals. What is a movie ticket price now? $14 or something for 2 plus hours of garbage on screen.

Republicans have been forced into a Hobson's choice of either letting the Bush tax cuts expire for everyone or agreeing to a tax hike on the top 2 percent of income earners (not to be confused with "the rich," who have already made, inherited or married their money).

If Republicans object to the Democrats' hitting job creators with a tax hike, three things will happen: Taxes will go up for everyone; Republicans will be seen as the "party of the rich"; and the inevitable economic collapse will be blamed on Republicans.

If Democrats were merely trying to raise...