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A timeless quote, still true of today's bureaucrats.
Great article! I live in Loudoun County, VA and my real estate property taxes have increased ten fold in 20 years. This is because my property is worth more and the Board of Supervisor's spiked the tax rate. I am paying for lavish pensions plus a bloated roster of county staff & out of control school spending. I resent providing no-work jobs with lavish benefits for a possee of unworthy government employees. I have absolutely no choice in the matter because real property taxes are a super priority lien, there is no relief, no escape, for people like me who work hard and pay taxes.
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Obama on Obamacare: This Law is Working

psweeney Wrote: Dec 03, 2013 6:13 PM
This ignorant man's hubris will be his undoing, while Valerie Jarrett earnestly claps for him off stage.
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Stupid Stuff My President Says

psweeney Wrote: Nov 22, 2013 7:42 AM
Great article, well said.
I could not believe that last week Obama was preaching about affordable college. Who cares there are not adequate jobs for graduates. What about affordable gasoline. What about keeping our nation's coal fired electricity plants on line.
Yes, I totally agree, we need to stop demonizing coal, and save the country from uncontrolled government meddling. For example limiting the powers of the fourth leg of our tripartite system, un-elected bureaucracy.
Obama is a smooth talking tin pot dictator.
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The Old Order is Dying

psweeney Wrote: May 30, 2013 9:20 AM
Very good article, gives me a lot to think about.
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No Better for Obama Next Week, Either

psweeney Wrote: May 20, 2013 9:33 PM
Just like he went to sleep during the Bengazi crisis on 9/11/2012. Before he went to bed, he should have put his best man in charge, with instructions to use all available resources to save our diplomat.
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Obama's April Fools Joke

psweeney Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 5:46 PM
Here is my big concern about Obama's $3,000,000 cap on my IRA. Thanks to Ben Bernakes's quantitative easing, my money is worth less daily, so in 20 years, my money would be worth 1/4 of today's value. Applying Obama's often touted fairness test, how is that "fair"?
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