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Eddie Haskell Brooks

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 10:25 AM
I think your on the right track, but I would lean more toward suspending voting rights while accepting unearned government welfare (food stamps, section 8, etc...) as the more direct conflict of interest. Some of the 'untaxed' simply worked to avoid taxable situations while still actively participating in (contributing to) the economy.
New York Times columnist David Brooks is the Eddie Haskell of the Fourth Estate. Like the two-faced sycophant in "Leave It to Beaver," Brooks indulges in excessive politeness while currying favor with political authority. He prides himself on an oily semblance of maturity and rational discourse.

But the phony "conservative" back-stabber, who has spent the last four years slavering over Barack Obama like a One Direction groupie and trashing the tea party like an MSNBC junkie, isn't fooling anyone.

Lately, Brooks has been given to dispensing passive-aggressive advice to GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. His column this week titled "Thurston Howell...