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Just mouthing off -- because I can.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Hurricane Obama

"Everyone in the small business community is battening down the hatches in preparation for Hurricane Obama."

Obama says his tax plan is 'not going to raise taxes for 95% of working Americans.' But Ned Barnett details some tax increases Obama's plan will impose on the middle class.

Do you think Senator Obama is counting among that lucky 95% all the poor suckers on the low end of the economic stick who will lose their jobs when his taxes on the "evil rich" cause growth to slow, jobs to be lost, and corporations and businesses to flee to other countries? (You did know, didn't you, Senator Obama, that America and Japan already have the two highest corporate tax rates in the world?).

Yeah, I guess that makes sense. Unemployed workers and laid-off workers won't have their taxes raised. Good promise.

Meanwhile, what about the "evil rich" employers and small business owners making over $250,000--including doctors, dentists, plumbers, and oh, many more people we need to be there for us? They are bracing for Hurricane Obama and making their escape plans (via Instapundit).

Just one facet of the "spread the wealth" policy of Senator Barack Obama.

If you haven't read Atlas Shrugged, now might be a good time to do so.


Meanwhile, John McCain said today:

That is what change means for Barack the Redistributor: It means taking your money and giving it to someone else. He believes in redistributing wealth, not in policies that grow our economy and create jobs. He is more interested in controlling wealth than in creating it, in redistributing money instead of spreading opportunity. I am going to create wealth for all Americans, by creating opportunity for all Americans.

Seems obvious to me that Barack Obama's policies will kill jobs, drive away business, deepen any recession, and have dire consequences he seems ignorantly unaware of.

It also seems obvious to me it would be better for the country to have a President who wasn't waging class warfare against "the rich" in favor of "the middle class" (as defined by him and/or his party or his other associates) but who wanted to, and could, be the President of all Americans.


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