Tag Archives: Deficit

Redistribution of Wealth Day

Redistribution of Wealth Day Soon it will be April 15, and it’s commonly accepted as Tax Day. We’re all expected to file and pay our taxes to allow the government to misspend our hard earned cash. It’s also a day … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Aggravated Spending

Aggravated Spending I reposted this because it is still very relevant and describes what is going on in Washington DC so well. An assault is when a person threatens to commit bodily harm to another person and has the means … Continue reading

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Is Default Possible?

Is Default Possible? As the empty suits in congress discuss the possibility of raising the debt limit, we hear that the only outcome of failing to raise the debt limit is that we will default on the countries obligations. If … Continue reading

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The Presidential 2 Step

The Presidential 2 Step The other day the president was asked by a US Citizen, named Doris, whether it was a “wise decision to add more taxes to us with the health care” package. “We are over-taxed as it is,” … Continue reading

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What’s a deficit?

What’s a deficit? What’s a deficit? How do they happen? Who causes them? How do you avoid them? How to you dig yourself out from a deficit? These are questions most Americans don’t know the answer to. From what is … Continue reading

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A Free Market Economy

A Free Market Economy Today we’ll have a history lesson. Based on the title above some of the sharper among you may think this is going to be an economics lesson, but based on the current situation this concept may … Continue reading

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