PI2012 #688 – Bogged In Partisan Bickering
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“He who excuses himself accuses himself.” ~ Gabriel Meurier
December 1st, 2012
http://www.usdebtclock.org: Every American Taxpayer Now “Owes” “The (federal) State” $142,018, every citizen $51,783.
“A bad workman always blames his tools” ~ Proverb
President Re-Elect Obama, Campaigning at a Pennsylvania toy factory, told workers Americans would see their taxes go up by an average of $2,200 if Congress doesn’t act. Mr. Obama could avoid tax hikes by demanding no Americans have their taxes raised.
“A man can fail many times, but he isn’t a failure until he begins to blame someone else.” ~ John Burroughs
Instead, Mr. Obama Demands America’s wealthiest have their taxes raised and accuses Congress of working against him. Mr. Obama, by his action, is holding America’s middle class hostage while he blames others. His obsession with raising taxes on America’s wealthiest is juvenile.
“We believe that to err is human. To blame it on some else is politics.” ~ Hubert H. Humphrey
Mr. Obama Scolds Congress for getting engaged in partisan bickering and calls on Americans to scold Congress likewise. Americans would have to look far and wide to find someone more disposed toward partisanship than Mr. Obama.
“You take your life in your own hands, and what happens? A terrible thing: no one to blame.” ~ Erica Jong
Americans Would Do Well to send their e-mails and make their phone calls to 1600 Pennsylvania telling President Obama to stop engaging in partisan bickering. Their voices would, no doubt, fall on deaf ears. Mr. Obama is already blaming them through their elected officials.
“The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own.” ~ Albert Ellis
People Intending To Live In Liberty do not allow legislators – or other public officials within These United States of America, to subsidize private enterprise with public money. They uphold free markets.
Let Freedom Ring
— It’s your property, not “State,” property.
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