drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Wow Job Stimulus Is Stimulizing...

Hey kids, remember when those Job Stimulus Tax Cuts were first pimped... Ah yes, well the scary part is Back:
President Bush on Monday called on lawmakers to make his 2001 and 2003 tax cuts permanent or risk what the White House has tagged "the largest tax increase in history."

Allowing the cuts to expire would add $1,900 to the tax bill of a family of four with an annual income of $60,000, Bush said. All told, he added, 43 million families with kids would have to pay an average tax increase of $2,323.

[ cf Bush: 43M families hurt if tax cuts expire ]
Oh Me!!! Oh My!!!

What is Jesus trying to tell us all that this was the follow up after finding the reference to Rendition a fun filled film about how we enjoy the market economics of Torture.

Would this really be a bad time to point out that the Film got an "R" rating because of Torture???

And that is clearly more acceptable in american culture, ranking up there with Anime Violence, but not quite as scary as an Enraged Penis!!! Show one of those in Public And They GO Beyond Panicked....

Ah yes... now, when the president is talking about his care and concern, and his engagement.... Is that as in an R Rate Torture? Or is he really whipping it out there to show us that he has totally forgotten pimping the tax cuts as a job stimulous gambit...

Thank GOD we all believe in RoboBushCheney!!!
They Shiney!!!

They not afraid of real or imaginary issues...

Unless it is an enraged Penis up there on the movie screen, since that could turn folks gay, and we know that is all a part of the family destroying process...
Tags: bushcheney2008, film, torture, war

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