Taxpayer Xmas

15 Dec

Millions to lose jobless benefits

Merry Xmas to all!

Well, at least we’re putting something together that makes sense.

While the Kenyan and our fearless leaders are conspiring to bring in and legalize more Mexicans, Guatemalans, Hondurans, Columbians, Venezuelans, Al Qaeda Guys, Chinese, and other various nations into this country to take jobs, bankrupt our hospitals, and drain our wealth, at least those who refuse to work will begin to wonder if that is/was a wise personal decision.  Maybe those Mexicans really are soaking up their last opportunities.  The last opportunities they may ever see in this life.  Maybe Junior will finally begin to feel Mommy and Daddy’s wrath.  Doubtful, but maybe…  See where your State ranks.

It is reported that our unemployment rate is dropping, when (in fact) many of these people just quit looking.  The pols really have things rolling downhill for them now.

With the changes in taxing coming up next year, the Kenyancare debacle, and our foreign policy (Herman Munster) woes, we can expect to see more and more people going off the deep end.  Giving TPTB little reason to begin false flag operations.  Expect riots, disappearances, and even possible martial law next year.  I would suggest a tax rebellion, but we might get that anyway, by default.  Most people just won’t be able to keep up.  Some will take matters into their own hands.  And the Government will just keep on rockin.  After all, with the Federal Reserve printing, the government doesn’t even need our tax dollars.  They can just print tax revenues!  Yeah, I know.  Those poor people will be hurt.  I’m sorry if you feel that way.  You’re gonna love what’s coming next. 

Buy another box this week.  Give yourself just one more little Xmas present.


Posted by on December 15, 2013 in Committee of Correspondence


6 responses to “Taxpayer Xmas

  1. Dannyboy53

    December 15, 2013 at 2:15 pm

    Of all these unemployed people I wonder what percentage supported the regime that has busted our butts? I have seen a multitude of comments under articles and blogs by obvious “progressives” that were appalled by the reduction in their net income from payroll taxes and the increase in health insurance premiums or the outright loss of health insurance coverage. One comment I recall very well: “This wasn’t supposed to happen!” said a woman when she discovered the tax increase on her check of approx $13 per week!

    WASN’T SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN TO WHO, DIP-SHIT…ONLY YOU? When you see a list of things the regime claims they are going to do for you, surely one may logically assume SOMEONE has to pay for that shit! It doesn’t occur to these people that legitimate government does not get it’s money from printing presses…HELLO! Supporters of Obama & Co, you got (and will continue to get) what you “pay” for!

    The sad element is, the productive taxpayers that did NOT want this are forced, at gun point ultimately, to pay for it also. I freely admit, without a vestige of shame, I take some comfort in the fact that these damned dimwits are going down with the rest of us. I just hope at least some of them have an ample amount of fully functioning brain cells to realize as they see their jobs, homes and dreams disappear…”Comrade Kenyan and Company lied to me”.

    Well no shit Sherlock, welcome to your socialist utopia!

    • Soffitrat

      December 15, 2013 at 3:00 pm

      “HELLO! Supporters of Obama & Co, you got (and will continue to get) what you “pay” for!”

      You mean, “Voted” for?

      • Dannyboy53

        December 15, 2013 at 8:26 pm

        Yeah! When I wrote that I was thinking of the old Toyota commercials (not bashing Toyota you understand?!) “You wanted it you got it…”

        MAYBE the first time he ran for office he was elected, but the second time…I do not believe for a second the Kenyan was “voted” into office. By the way, I didn’t want that ass-hat Romney either!

  2. Anon

    December 15, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    Hell, I’m surprised that we went this long after the ’08 crash. Tarp’s one and two, along with the Fed’s endless Quantitative Easing has done nothing for main street America and all the trillion’s worth spent to keep the Street and the TBTF banks will only make the crash even worse.

    I know of several people who were on the 99 weeks of extended benefits who instead of using our money wisely to prepare for what will come, wasted so much on the unneeded expenses in life. On top of that, there are a few who have become employed but at a much reduced wage than what they were used to. Yet, they are going deeper in debt to try to keep up with their previous life styles.

    • Soffitrat

      December 15, 2013 at 3:07 pm

      As long as they have plastic or blank checks…

      You are so right. People in this country just don’t know how to cut back. Especially when they see so many other people, they know are not working, driving nice cars and living it up. It never occurs to them that those people are just like them. Dying in poverty. None of them can see it! Yet…

      But isn’t that the government’s objective? Can you smell us becoming a third world, poverty ridden, country? I’m afraid, at this point, we have already gone too far down the rabbit hole.

    • Dannyboy53

      December 15, 2013 at 8:30 pm

      We are in agreement Anon, I find it incredible we have lasted this long.

      Some people just have no sense of priorities when it comes to money, or they simply don’t care anymore. Why should they. They have learned the taxpayers will bail them out!


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