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Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Random Shots for Monday, 30 November 2009

Filed under: Random Shots — mikewb1971 @ 1:51 AM (01:51)

Today in history

Comments I’ve posted

  1. Posted to New Mexico Liberty

    Or the Legislature could CUT SPENDING. And I’m NOT talking about this “let’s slow the growth” crap that they try to pass off as actual cuts, but take this year’s budget as an upper limit, and cut from there.

    Yeah, I know that I can crap in one hand and wish in the other, and the first hand will fill up first, but still . . .

    I really could not care in the slightest if the 110 idiots in Santa Fe come up with yet another BS screwball scheme to raise cash for more welfare-state spending so they can pass out goodies to their corporate buddies. Let them have a garage sale and sell off their baseball card collections and whatnot.

    Except they won’t do that — they’ll just raise the existing taxes upon the rest of us, or create new ones.

    And what the clowns who wrote the report NEVER mention is that “corporate” income taxes end up getting passed onto consumers as higher prices (like any other cost of doing business), and it becomes a de facto sales tax. Unless they’re naive enough to believe that the corporate officers and shareholders are going to just eat those taxes . . . ?

    Or maybe they don’t care about that aspect, just so long as the rest of us believe it.

  2. Posted to New Mexico Liberty

    Thirty years ago, the proto-Goron types were chaining themselves to the front gate of nuclear power plants, telling local TV news crews that “the only physics I know is Ex-Lax,” among other things.

    They’re the clowns who gave us the saccharin scare of the 1960s and the Alar scare of the 1980s, and now they’re trying it with genetically-modified food crops.


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