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New York Times Realizes New Taxes Hurt Poor the Most

GodsLaws Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 11:34 AM
I have to admit -- even though I hurt for everyone who is suffering more now than before, I cannot help but let slip a little mischeivous giggle when I thing of all those dumbsh!ts who voted for Obama only to learn from personal financial pain that he is a liar and cares nothing for them. Now if we can just remember that the next time a smiling conniving leftist mounts the podium to tell you how much he cares and how much he is going to do for the little guy.
Pistol Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 3:58 PM
Schadenfreude. Not the noblest of emotions, but one of the most satisfying.
Becca in TX Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 2:38 PM
GodsLaws-I'd have to agree to you to a point-however, I have to admit that I am ugly enough to feel no sympathy for those who are hurting who voted for this narcissicistic moron. To those, all I have to say is "too bad-suck it up because you bought it". I used to have some Dim friends and we'd argue politics, but I find that I no longer care to associate with the kind of people who would vote for this man. We're just too far apart in our beliefs and I can't find any common ground. And I can't find any sympathy in my heart for anyone who voted for him-I can barely stand to be polite to them. We have a few at church and I've tried to avoid them, but when a couple of them forced a conversation I told them that I don't believe that it's .....
Becca in TX Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 2:41 PM
possible to truly be a Christian and support the party of gay marriage and abortion on demand. So they aren't talking to me anymore and I find that I really don't care. They shouldn't have forced the conversation if they didn't want me to be honest.
Outajoint Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 3:00 PM
Atta girl Becca, I don't like talking to them either. Sometimes ya just have to say no.
Becca in TX Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 3:20 PM
You know-I don't want to get ugly with people, especially at church, but I'm finding that I resent an Obama voter so much that I just don't want to associate with them. I've never felt this way after an election before. I've always been able to just say, oh well, four more years, but i can't do it this time. I'm also finding that I have very hostile feeling toward the so-called Republicans or conservatives that voted 3rd party or stayed home because Romney wasn't perfect. I I almost blame them more because they KNEW what Obama was and did it anyway.
HomeschoolEducator Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 11:41 AM
We might not have the president that we want...but we do have one that we deserve. I'm with you on the little mischievous giggle.

When many Americans received their first paycheck of 2013, they wondered why their paychecks were smaller. Obama supporters in particular were baffled, wondering why they were seeing less pay when they had just voted for a President who promised they would never see a tax increase, that after all was reserved for "rich" people. The first Friday in January, Google was flooded with the question, "Why is my paycheck smaller?" Workers took to Twitter and asked the same question.

Now, even the New York Times is realizing who the the newest payroll taxes hurt the most: poor...