Laughing AT (not with) our rulers…
Posted by taxguru on July 29, 2013
From Fred Thompson:
TV star Nathan Fillion refused to show up on set recently, while negotiating for a 4-day work-week. Thanks to Obamacare, most Americans will get that whether they want it or not.
Due to a computer error, PayPal accidentally credited a man in Pennsylvania $92,233,720,368,547,800. Heck, that could have paid for 6 months of Obamacare.
In Waukegan, IL, police said they are investigating at least two incidents in which a man caused slow leaks in young women’s car tires, then offered to help them. Think he got the idea from Obama’s economic plan?
The Department of Housing and Urban Development plans to map every neighborhood in America in an effort to “eliminate segregation”. Oh… so the government’s going to change their focus from eliminating employment for a while?
The IRS lawyer who targeted Tea Partiers for auditing met with President Obama 2 days before implementing the program last year. Probably just Obama vetting Treasury Secretary nominees.
From Jay Leno:
Neural scientists at M.I.T. say they can plant false memories in your brain. No, that is not new. Politicians have been doing that for years. They’re called campaign promises.
In a speech about the economy, President Obama said we’ve all been distracted by phony scandals. It’s time we started getting distracted by the phony recovery.
The head of the TSA said beginning later this year people can pay an $85 fee that will allow them to go through the airport line very quickly with minimal checking. Or as terrorists call that, money well spent.
From Argus Hamilton:
President Obama gave an hour-long speech on Wednesday in which he complained that the House probes into the IRS and Justice Department are just phony scandals. No one paid attention. In order make the news these days, he would have to confess to lewd-texting tea-partiers to avenge Trayvon.
Phil Mickelson paid half his two-million-dollar prize money for winning the Scottish and British Open to British tax collectors. It supports Britain’s cradle-to-grave welfare system. Maybe now Phil Mickelson understands why the gallery made him feel like a king.
The Bank of England will put Jane Austen’s portrait on ten pound currency bills to salute women, It’s been tried before. When the U.S. put Susan B. Anthony on a dollar coin in the Seventies. you’d give one to the homeless and they’d say they weren’t THAT hungry.
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