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Bill Maher Discovers His Inner Grover Norquist

Polly1 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 12:03 PM
Possibly he has quit drinking and drugging and actually noticed what has happened to him, along with the other Evil Rich. Ooooh, wait till he realizes how much less his $23 million net worth is actually worth, what with the Fed printing money and diluting the value of each dollar. And nowhere to move to where he can avoid THAT loss. Will he be crestfallen or what!!!
Larry in Texas Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 6:40 AM
Polly1 - And don't forget in addition to printing more money, we're
loaning ourselves that money and paying ourselves back...well sometime in someone else's future we will...right? Something Geitner(sp?) said we'd never do. Something that is horrifically underhanded and stupid, but the stupid - the noun now instead of the adjective - continue to vote the liars and thieves into the house. Oh, happy days are here again (insert popular Depression tune.) I really am a fairly positive, easy going person, but my soul is being tried again. Look up that reference. Good post, Polly
TommyMaq Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 12:18 PM
You assume he can do math and comprehend the idea of inflation-adjustment.

To the list of liberals who vote for higher taxes -- and then proceed to complain about them -- add comedian Bill Maher.

Incredibly, the caustic, left-wing Maher recently warned, "ln California, I just want to say: Liberals -- you could actually lose me." As a resident of California, a state with high income taxes, Maher complained that his taxes are "over 50 percent." What's more, Maher made a point seldom heard except on Fox News or by a rich Parisian. Maher said, "Rich people ... actually do pay the freight in this country ... like 70 percent" of the...