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Here’s Some Free Money, Now Vote For Us

January 19th, 2008 at 9:12 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

Oh, and here’s some free smokes. Now get on the bus.

President Junior, eager to show that he is doing something about the economic downturn is urging congress to give people free money. Well, he’s not putting it that way exactly, but just watch.

“This growth package must be big enough to make a difference in an economy as large and dynamic as ours,” Bush said.

“By passing a growth package quickly, we can provide a shot in the arm to keep a fundamentally strong economy healthy, and it will help keep economic sectors that are going through adjustments, such as the housing market, from adversely affecting other parts of our economy.”

The president offered no specific details of the proposed package, but he did insist that it include tax incentives for business, “including small businesses, to make major investments in their enterprises this year.” Bush also said the economic package must include “rapid income tax relief” for consumers to “lift our economy at a time when people otherwise might spend less.”

A tax rebate is all well and good, if it goes to people who have actually paid taxes. That’s not how modern politics works, though. The Dim-O-Cracks want to make sure that any tax rebate goes to people who never pay taxes in the first place. And you can bet the spineless GOP will bend over and take it, as long as they think it will get them a few votes.

Two Democratic leadership aides made it clear Friday that the growth package would not win support from Democratic leaders unless it includes relief for low and middle income earners.

“We want to include people who pay taxes, not necessarily income taxes — a lot of lower income people pay payroll taxes,” said one aide. Another source stated flatly, “We’re not going to pass a bill in the House that doesn’t include low-income people.”

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-New York, said he was disappointed that Bush did not include stimulus-spending measures aimed at helping the disadvantaged such as extending unemployment benefits. Schumer said such spending initiatives would jump-start the economy faster than tax cuts alone.

“I think if we avoid any of the ideological fights, we could actually pass something so that it would take effect on March 1,” Schumer said.

So, as is their SOP, the Donks want to give even more away to the non-productive sectors of society, to guarantee that more of them will hop on the church bus and pull the lever for them in November.

What should really happen is nothing beyond implementing immediate tax cuts and making Junior’s previous tax cuts permanent. When politicians think they need to be seen as doing something, you know something bad is about to happen.

We’re going to have to collectively pay the price for a bunch of high-risk lending to a bunch of people who shouldn’t have been buying houses in the first place. Those chickens have come home to roost and they’re shitting up the place. No “tax rebate” free money giveaway to the same irresponsible population is going to stop that train from rolling until it’s done.

h/t Mrs. Holmes


17 Responses to “Here’s Some Free Money, Now Vote For Us”

  1. Kurt P Says:

    Sen. Charles Schumer, D-New York, said he was disappointed that Bush did not include stimulus-spending measures aimed at helping the disadvantaged such as extending unemployment benefits. Schumer said such spending initiatives would jump-start the economy faster than tax cuts alone.

    I don’t know about where Chuckie is talking about, but San ANtonio just raised it’s unemployment figures to all of 4% (from 3.7%).
    It would be even lower all over if the Gov. would do something about the people stealing American jobs- I bet it would even raise the pay scale.

  2. Yvonne E Says:

    You’re kidding us, right? You sound like an ignorant anus. Politicians aren’t giving money to the poor so they can “buy” votes. They are giving money to the poor because we’re headed for a recession. If they give money to the poor, the poor will spend the money and maybe keep the economy from recessing. People who are middle class or higher will just save any extra money that comes their way, which is all fine and dandy but won’t help the economy RIGHT NOW. Politicians giving money to the poor is like a company buy shares in it’s own company –which companies do when their stocks start to fall.
    Besides, the poor people who aren’t paying taxes are enabling YOU to earn what you earn. If the poor weren’t flipping burgers for $7.00/hr, there wouldn’t be a Dollar Menu or district managers, or a corporate head quarters.

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  4. Preston Taylor Holmes Says:

    Yvonne, as you’re apparently a honor student at the Univ of Indiana, I’m nowhere in your intellectual league. However, I have spent a couple of decades in the private sector and I can promise you that all the burger flippers are going to spend that tax “rebate” on is cigarettes, booze, crack and video games. Which is probably a pretty good description of the items around which you’ll build your Saturday night. Have fun!

  5. michele Says:

    You got it backwards Yvonne. If there weren’t district managers or corporate headquarters, then there wouldn’t be any burger flippin’ jobs.

    That money originally belonged to the taxpayer. It should go back to the taxpayer.

  6. TinyElvis Says:

    Is there such a thing as an enlightened anus?

  7. michele Says:

    I imagine there are quite a few enlightened ani at the proctologist’s.

  8. Nigel Says:

    They are giving money to the poor because we’re headed for a recession. If they give money to the poor, the poor will spend the money and maybe keep the economy from recessing. People who are middle class or higher will just save any extra money that comes their way, which is all fine and dandy but won’t help the economy RIGHT NOW.

    Uh…Yvonne? You just failed Econ 101. Now go back and read the chapter on “disposable income”…

    -UCLA ’91
    B.S. Econ

  9. Yvonne Says:

    I admit I was rather embarrassed when I re-read my post, but I’m going to say that I’m glad I posted. You guys are brutal but you taught me a valuable lesson: i shouldn’t dish it out if I can’t take it. And, I’m going to ‘fess up, I can’t take it.
    Thanks for putting me in my place. Isn’t something my friends never do. :lol:

  10. Preston Taylor Holmes Says:

    Don’t sweat it, Yvonne. When I was a college student, my views were completely different than they are now. I shudder to think about some of the nonsense I spewed back then. Your views will change as well as you move into the real world and out of the college coccoon. Come back anytime.

  11. Nigel Says:

    Yvonne, our bark is worse than our bite. Except for Brian. He gave a liberal rabies once and she ran away screaming, crying and foaming at the mouth…

    As I once told that poor soul…keep walking toward the light. And keep your hands away from Brian’s mouth…

  12. michele Says:

    Nigel speaks the truth. Brian once wished E coli upon me. You never know when he’s gonna turn on you.

  13. Brian Says:

    Say what?

  14. michele Says:

    Something about hoping I get in line at a toxic Chinese Buffet, cause I joked about my kid playing with wild rodents. Of course you could have been saying something entirely different, but I didn’t have my thesaurus, farmers almanac and the latest News and World report in order to decipher what you were saying. I didn’t take it seriously.

  15. Brian Says:

    I’m pretty sure I was responding to that Victor dude in that Hanta Virus thread.

  16. michele Says:

    Your like a snarly pit bull. That’s okay because most of the time you’re guarding the territory in which I walk :wink:

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