Friday, September 24, 2010

WHY AM I, AND EVERY OTHER TAX-PAYING AMERICAN PAYING FOR THIS???

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•Food Stamps
•Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
•Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
•Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
•Medicaid
•Crisis Intervention Program
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7 comments:

Linda said...

Ridiculous - this example of wealth redistribution. Taxpayers need to complain LOUDLY! What's next...a car?

Joaquin said...

A car, Linda? But of course!
One could argue that a car is as important as a cell phone. No? And not just a car, a car and a Citgo (you know, the Venezuelan oil company) credit car in the glove-box. And how could I forget that important AAA membership in case the little darlings get a flat or run off the road.

Quite Rightly said...

Remind me . . .

Why is it that I work and pay taxes?

And who is that fellow, John Galt, anyway?

Joaquin said...

"Why is it that I work and pay taxes?"

Why is it that 50% don't!!!

That's the question that begs asked, Mr. Rightly!

Lisa said...

It's criminal that the ones who pay nothing benefit from this.
The other beneficiaries are the democrats with a guaranteed vote unless they are busy with voter fraud that is being investigated in Houston. Courtesy not of Acorn this time but of the SEIU.
Al Capone is alive and well in D.C.

Murali said...

Everyone should be required to pay Federal taxes, even if a person makes very little and only pays a tax of $10, for example. We should have a system where only people who pay Federal taxes, regardless of amount, get to vote in Federal elections. But, as we all know, this will never happen.

Joaquin said...

A simple flat tax of 17% on all income earned would be equitable.
This would also dismantle the IRS, as individual tax returns could be done on 1 sheet of paper.
What am I thinking? That's too simple and because it's too simple, it will never happen.