Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Forget the Buffet Rule-How about a Hypocrisy Rule?

Posted By CotoBlogzz

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Oprah is worth some $2.7 Billion

Soros $22 billion. 

Buffet is worth 44 billion- Not only is his tax rate for his secretary higher, but just like Timmy Geithner, He REFUSES to pay his fair share!

John  McCain  tax returns show that he gave 27.3% - 28.6% of his income to charity in 2006-2007.  

The Biden's Despite income ranging from $210,432 - $321,379 over a ten-year period, have given only $120 - $995 per year to charity, which amounts to 0.06% - 0.31% of their income:

President Obama is worth 11 Million, yet he gives daughters $48K in tax free gifts, while Romney gives 10% of his income to charity

Worse, the Buffet Rule is simply class warfare! - something the radical left & hyphenated media like to do to feeds its dependent, apathetic a d or otherwise stupid target market, as the President might say, and why he has a good shot at a second term.

  Take for example, Thomas DelBeccaro’s piece 10 Reasons Obama will Lose this Fall published today in  While his reasons are compelling, there are three reasons why Mr. Obama has a good shot at a second term: 1)The Mostly Radical Left & Hyphenated Media  (MRLH) and 2) Its target market and 3) Class warfare

Top Three Reasons why the President has a good shot at a second term:

1.  The Mostly radical left & hyphenated media and 
2.  It's target market and
3.  Class warfare.

The mostly left Wing and Hyphenated media is  well versed at using weapons of mass disinformation to manipulate the electorate, including  the use of the race card

The target market is the  dependent, apathetic and or otherwise stupid electorate, in the President's  own words

If there is any   intellectual integrity left at NBC/CBS/CNN their entire executive staff should be fired, for the Martin case, in the Martin case, for example. 

Did you read the LA Times piece claiming that  Higher gas prices cause less public anger this time around?

Did you read Politico's piece citing survey conducted by far left group  Global Strategy Group concluding Independent voters favor the President?

Did you listen to KNX1070's coverage of the GOP primary?

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