Why We Love Rick Santelli … Blasts Obama and the Idiotic Buffett Rule that Accomplishes Nothing … Must Reduce Spending … Nothing But an Obama Distraction
The Buffett Rule … a taxation to no where …
Barack Obama and his minions continually play the class warfare game and talk of the “Buffett rule” as some way of paying down the debt. Sadly, so many have bought into the class warfare mantra and may want to educate themselves a bit more. They might want to start by watching Rick Santelli’s rant on the foolishness of raising taxes as being the answer. WRONG! The only way to reduce the debt is to decrease spending.
WAKE UP AMERICA … passing the “Buffet rule”would do nothing to reduce the deficit.
Of course, conservatives and Republicans have thought that all along. But in recent days, the trouble for Obama has been far broader, as commentators and politicians – faced with nonpartisan estimates that enacting the Buffett Rule would raise about $4.7 billion in revenue per year, less than a drop in the bucket of a $1 trillion-plus annual deficit — admitted that there’s just not much there.
SERIOUSLY AMERICA, WAKE UP AND EDUCATE YOURSELF AND STOP BUYING INTO THE LIES OF BARACK OBAMA AND HIS MINIONS. Use some common sense, you can’t spend your way out of a recession and you cannot tax your way out of abusive over-spending by a government. The Angry White Guy has some common sense calculations that all can and should understand.Take a good look at what happens when we cut government spending vs. raising taxes. Stop the hate and the nonsense of class warfare … its not about the rich making money and individuals being green with envy, you should care more about an abusive, over taxing government. Didn’t we have a Revolutionary War over this once?
So soaking the rich would make how much money? Must be a lot for Obama to much this much time into it – on average less than $5 BILLION a year…. $5 BILLION it’s a lot of moo, it’d fund my good and bad habits for quite a while. But at the government level… $5 BILLION isn’t squat and would run the Federal government for less than two hours, so $5 BILLION – it’s laughable at that level.
By the way cutting federal spending just 1% like trips to Vegas and iPods for GSA workers would save $37 BILLION a year, cut it 10% do the math $370 BILLION a year.
On CNN ‘State of the Nation,’ Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus stated that the Obama backed “Buffett Rule,” was nothing more than a political maneuver meant to distract from his record on the economy. YA THINK!!!
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday said the proposed “Buffett Rule,” backed by President Barack Obama, is a political maneuver meant to distract from his record on the economy.
Priebus said the rule, which would level a minimum tax rate on millionaires, amounts to “one single tiny alteration of the tax code” that will not make a significant dent in the budget.
Barack Obama’s Secretary Paid Higher Tax Rate Than the One, But the Question Should Be Why … Also, Obama Does not Even Qualify for Buffet Rule
More from the divisive Hypocrite in Chief …
The latest in “class warfare” from President Barack Obama … Obama pays lower tax rate than his secretary. However, the story is not that Obama’s secretary pays a higher tax rate, the question should be why does a hypocrite like Obama champion the “Buffet rule”, yet in the next breath do everything possible to lower his tax rate? Hmm?
Upon release of Barack Obama’s 2011 federal income tax return we learned that the Obamamessiah pad an effective tax rate of 20.5% making an adjusted gross $789,674. Note to “Occupy Wall Street folks, Obama is hardly one of you. It would appear that Obama’s secretary Anita Decker Breckenridge paid a slightly higher tax rate and only grosses $95,000.
President Obama today released his 2011 federal income tax, with he and his wife reporting an adjusted gross income of $789,674. The Obamas paid $162,074 in total tax – an effective federal income tax rate of 20.5%. The Obamas also reported donating approximately 22% of their income to charity — $172,130.