Taxpayers and Voters

Taxpayers and Voters

This county is made up of taxpayers and voters. Voters, who are frequently low information voters, vote for the pig with the best lipstick; the pig that promises to give away the most stuff. Taxpayers usually vote for the man or women who understand the burden that the elected empty suits place on taxpayers.

When the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution they did not give the vote to everybody. Only landowners had the right to vote, they were the ones who had skin in the game. They also did not create an income tax, which came later when democrats wanted to start giving free stuff away.

Those are two things that are different today than when the Founders created this country. They also warned against allowing members of the House and Senators to get paid. They wanted public service for the sake of service, not for reward. I will save the fact that the Senators were not elected by the people, but by the state legislatures, as a check against the over reach of the federal government, for a different day.

I don’t think we can do anything about changing the vote. All citizens get a vote that is cast in stone and will never change. There is a big difference between tax payers and voters. Voters vote and tax payers bear the burden of the reckless spending of the elected empty suits.

The tax payers should hold a special place in the hearts of our elected representatives. They have to pay for the promises that elected representatives promise to the voters. They have to continue to work hard and earn money to allow the government to confiscate it and pay for the excessive spending.

Tax payers have to stay motivated and work harder and harder to earn as much as possible because almost half of the voters are not paying taxes. The reward for hard work and success is always a higher tax burden. Many elected empty suits feel they must also condemn successful people and their profits. We must all work hard and continue to pay our taxes to support their spending habits. Without tax payers elected empty suits can’t buy the love affection and loyalty of the voters. They certainly can’ earn it through public service.

Does anyone know who Carlo Pietro Giovanni Guglielmo Tebaldo Ponzi was? He is the father of the Ponzi scheme. He went to jail for his, but our government thrives on a similar program. Collect money from some and distribute it to others. The problem with a Ponzi scheme is that at some point it collapses. You get to a point where you cannot collect enough from some to keep paying others; the hole gets too deep. They made fun of Romney for using that concept when talking to campaign contributors, but it’s true, our Ponzi scheme hole is getting very deep.

Margaret Thatcher’ s famous quote about socialism is “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money” Does the continual discussion about the debt ceiling sound like we are running out of the tax payer’s money?

Voters want pigs wearing lipstick as long as they promise the free lunch.

Tax payers have to stay motivated and work hard and pay taxes and continue to feed the federal pig.

Elected empty suits should start to care more about the tax payers and show them some respect and loyalty. Tax payers carry the burden of the promises the elected losers make to be loved and elected.

Maybe we need to start looking for elected public servants who DO NOT need to but love, respect, loyalty, and elections by promising to give the store away. Maybe we need to elect men and women who want to reduce spending and cut taxes.

Maybe we will!!

Stop electing spenders and start electing spending cutters!!!

About gino984

A well fed middle aged male with strong opinions and a sense of humor. I was a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army Military Police Corps. I also spent some years in manufacturing management in both union and non union environments. I know how to lead and how to supervise. I also know how to share what I know. My degree is in Criminal Justice so that means I have a background in Psychology and Sociology. When you couple my Law Enforcement and Security training and experience with my education and experience in management and leadership you get a unique view on Supervision and Leadership.
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