Friday, June 13, 2014

Wall Street Journal Skeptical Of The Broke-Ass Gov. Brownback Tax Cut Experiment

Wall Street Journal: Sam Brownback's Tax-Cut Push Puts Kansas Out on Its Own . . . Fellow Republican Governors Are Slow to Follow Example Given His State's Finances

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

You can't read the article without subscribing to WSJ.

P Bear said...

While the Polar Bear is INDEPENDENT

.....Brownback, Wetback, whatever his

name....the douche bag is a fucking idiot.

Anonymous said...

Wow. The Wall Street Journal, mouthpiece of the zillionaire right-wing oligarchs who we run this country for, says Brownback is a stupid piece of ideological shit.

This is Brownie's most important endorsement yet.

Anonymous said...

Brownbackistan. I will never understand how these freedom loving conservatives will let you be anything you want in America as long as they approve.

Anonymous said...

Sam don't care! Right after his morning flogging (Opus Dei) he counts his wife's money and rejoices!

Anonymous said...

I'll believe that KS doesn't have enough money when I hear that KU can't afford to let illegals pay instate tuition.

Anonymous said...

For the liberals who don't get it the program is time tested and proven. If you reduce taxes you attract entities that actually generate and pay more taxes and revenue goes up instead of down. Missouri ought to fucking try it sometime.

This is why KC is so broke. The city government thinks the only way to grow revenue is to annex, create bogus ordinances that fine citizens and raise fees and taxes. This theory has resulted in the loss of tens of thousands of jobs, loss of tax generating business and entities and a stagnant local economy that continues to loose millions in revenue. Such a shame we have such antiquated and destructive notions in play on the Missouri side of the state line.

Anonymous said...

Wall Street Journal: Gov. Brownback Broke Ass In Tax Cut Experiment

Anonymous said...

Wall Street Journal: Kansas City will show everyone how it is done.

Anonymous said...

Time tested and proven for sure. That's why low-tax states like California, New York and Massachussets are the most prosperous states in the country, places where people have the highest net worth, highest education levels and the highest incomes.

Oh, wait .... you mean those states are famous for being high-tax hell holes? Then how come those people aren't all fleeing to tax nirvanas like Kansas and Missouri?

Maybe it's because they don't want to have to work at Walmart, for lack of anything better. Maybe it's because they don't want neighbors who tote guns and believe Jesus rode dinosaurs. Maybe lots of cows hanging around makes them nervous. Who knows ...

Anonymous said...

Actually 10:18 it doesn't work. The trickle-down theory is a proven falsehood. It didn't work under Reagan and it won't work in Kansas. I'm no Obama lover but this being blamed on him is absurd, but is does work on the typical low-information Republican voter. Browndouche is blaming Obama for last years shortcomings. What about the previous five years when Obama was in office? Using the same logic since the outcome wasn't so bad for Kansas' finances shouldn't that be attributed to Obama as well? You can't have it both ways. Actually I know you can because it works on the dumb ass voters of this every time. Browndouche should be everything a good Republican hates. First he was part of the problem in DC. He's only gotten to where he is because he married into one of the richest families in Kansas. He's used other people every step of the way to get to his place in life. Not only that, he doesn't really represent you the middle class wage-earner. He's bought and paid for by the Koch oligarchy. It should be so easy to see.