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Archive for December 9th, 2003

Posted by taxguru on December 9, 2003

Why “Government Intelligence” is one of the most often encountered oxymorons. Whenever a government program has been proven to be a failure, the response is to make it bigger and spend even more money on it. It’s S.O.P. for the education system and is no different than someone driving in the wrong direction just going twice as fast. We end up blowing a lot more money and being even further off course.

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How our rulers see us little people.

Posted by taxguru on December 9, 2003

Of course, they don’t do the stealing themselves. They rely on their hitmen at the IRS to do the dirty work of supplying them with plenty of money to spend on buying votes from people who have no respect for the Constitution.

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Posted by taxguru on December 9, 2003

Tax breaks for saving stir debate. Critics say only the wealthy benefit. – Hate the rich class warfare never goes out of style in this country.

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Posted by taxguru on December 9, 2003

Republicans Indulging in Pork Along With Power

Man Cashes Penny Stash For $10,060 – A drastic style of the slow and steady savings strategy; 37 buckets full. As ridiculous as it sounds, he has a lot more to show for his “investment” efforts than most people who bought overpriced dot-com stocks.

Under Bush, spending soars – Very inconsistent. On one hand, Bush recognizes the power of letting people keep and spend more of their own money. On the other hand, he is enlarging the size and scope of government beyond even what the previous administrations did.

Taxes governed by people’s will – Supposedly, Governor Arnold will raise taxes if enough people ask him to. It won’t be hard to get a majority of people to “demand” higher taxes on the heavily despised evil rich. Let’s hope that Arnold has enough sense, in spite of input from from his Marxist advisors (Warren Buffett), to see that such an approach would be more of what already created the massive outflow of tax refugees. If he has any hope of attracting people to return to the PRC, he has to reduce the punitive taxation of success and not make it worse, even if the lefty media claim that is what the people want.

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