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The Never-Ending Class Warfare Crusade

rpexplorer Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 5:00 AM
They were all asleep until the first paychecks of 2013 came out which makes your point on yesterday's article. Taxes are the point where Dem overreach will actually get a backlash from the low information segment. What would be really clever is to manipulate Dem tax increase demands to increase those in the lower 47 pct. Maybe an alternative on the low end of the scale and elimination of payouts for those who currently pay nothing in? Since the GOP has a habit of shooting themselves in the foot its probably wishful thinking.
binc Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 7:12 AM
Nice of you to use the term "low information segment" as opposed to what I call them.
Pistol Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 7:56 AM
Its nice to be important, but it is more important to be nice.
binc Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 8:21 AM
Oh, I'm not so sure about that pistol. I have found that being reasonable with unreasonable people is akin to spitting directly into the wind.
Pistol Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 7:10 AM
Good morning, rpexplorer.

There are several levels of low info/low thought voters. The Dems appeal fiendishly well to many segments, but there is that segment near the bottom which knows and understands virtually nothing about politics except who is in the WH. Actually, they often don't actually know the name, but they know what a president is. When bad things happen, if they are simple enough to be recognized, like a drop in the pay check, these worthy folks blame the prez. Barry created quite a few of these, last 4 years, but even with a lower vote count, managed to win re-election. The pity is, with Barry gone, the education disappears too.

The most-viewed post in the history of this blog is the “riding in the wagon” cartoon, but the post that has received the highest number of star-ratings is my video on class warfare.

I hope that means people share my concerns about the destructive and punitive mentality of so many of the kleptocrats in Washington.

Speaking of which, I debated one of those people on Bloomberg TV.

We got a decent amount of time, so a lot of topics were discussed. Here are the ones that merit a comment or two.