It is not just a happenstance that the last four letter in “Democrats” are “rats.”
It wasn’t simply that she called for violence if tax cuts are not ended for those making more than $250,000 per year.
Amid the posturing and hard bargaining in Washington over extending tax cuts, McCaskill, D-Mo., said this afternoon that if Republicans sacrifice the middle class in order to protect the wealthy “it really is time for people in America to take up pitchforks.”
A Democrat calls for violence against lawmakers. Hmmm. It seems like only yesterday that Democrats were aghast at the possibility of violence against lawmakers.
Pelosi was careful to avoid blaming Republicans directly for inciting the harassment, though she said that words “weigh a ton.” Such threats of retaliation “have no place in a civil debate in our country,” she said.
It also seems like only a few days ago when a certain President issued his own threat of violence.
But, President Obama cut them off.
“My administration is the only thing between you and the pitchforks,” the president told them.
And it seems like only a few days later when a certain President referred to some Americans as “enemies.”
This argument is wrong on a number of levels, not the least of which is who these tax increases really impact. Those in the $250-750,000 range are generally hard working employers. They are doing well but they put in many hours and have done so for a long time. They are the job creators. They are the employers. Tax increases will hit them hard and will not help job creation.
McCaskill referred to the really high level wealthy and inadvertently made a good point. There are some, like the Kerry’s and the Buffett’s and the Kohl’s and the Rockefeller’s whose money is largely untouchable. Sometimes I really want to punch Warren Buffett in the mouth. He says that really wealthy Americans should pay more in taxes.
‘But I think that people at the high end — people like myself — should be paying a lot more in taxes. We have it better than we’ve ever had it.’
But Buffett doesn’t pay more. He is free to cut a larger check any time he wants to but he doesn’t do it.
Why? Why don’t these execrable creatures put their money where their mouths are? Why don’t the Kerry’s and the Kohl’s and the Rockefeller’s pay more when they can?
These hypocrites are the best and proper targets for your pitchforks.
To put it clearly, they suck.
But we still haven’t yet exposed the Democrat psyche. We need to get back to McCaskill. Take this in carefully.
“…they’re gonna pout if we don’t give more money to millionaires…”
“if we give more money…”
And there it is.
Democrats think it’s all their money. It’s not yours. When you go to work and earn money, you are earning their money. You are working for them. They own it all. It’s not yours.
But I have news for McCaskill.
Its not your money!
It’s our money!
This explains the mindset of Democrats who never seem to care that with each new law they pass they cause the creation of countless new agencies with more employees who add nothing to the economy. Those new employees will demand benefits and pensions and the costs of each agency will double each twenty years as people retire. But Democrats don’t care- they think it’s all their money. They think it’s their money they’re handing over to illegals with their DREAM act. The problem is, they’re DREAMING.
It’s my money, Claire. MINE.
Tell you what, though. If they extend the tax breaks, I’m going to get into the business of making pitchforks.