Monday, February 11, 2019

Kansas City Blogger Loves Higher Taxes

MO RAGE doesn't allow open discussion and he won't answer any questions at his blog but his opinion remains strong and his latest post not only seems to support the controversial Green New Deal but also favors higher taxes for the rich that are mostly passed down to the rest of the plebs. Read more:

Oh, Yeah. Tax the Already-Wealthy

I am, in fact, in favor of what some people claim to be a new thought of eliminating the possibility of being a billionaire, I have to say. Strongly in favor. For anyone who knows me, this will come as no surprise. If you're worth 999 million dollars---isn't that enough?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn’t it funny how liberals scream terror about the wealthy and idolize them and idolize their politics? Below, zuck, gates, that Starbucks guy, etc. all jet setting liberals crying about global warming and rallying the troops about income inequality. Massive hipster following who are akin to a Manson cult. Mega billionaire lib jeff bezos is my idol but trump is hitler was wwwaaa !

Anonymous said...

Note that everyone you mention are "self-made", and didn't have a multi-millionaire Daddy to bail them out of the many, many screwups they might have made,

I only mention that fact in passing, nothing at all meant against the any of the Neo-Cons Idols.

Anonymous said...

O e of the greatest cons of all time is Republicans getting the poor people of this country to vote the same way as the rich. Of course they do it through fear and contrived social issues that don't matter bit works on the base anyways.

Anonymous said...

@6:25, then the second greatest has to be getting people who consider themselves to be Christian to vote for an amoral whoremonger who brags about committing adultery when married to each one of his three Wives.

Anonymous said...

6:43 the same people who hate Hillary for staying with Bill after getting a blow job from a fat chick are Trump voters. Evangelical Christians are completely morally bankrupt. I know lots of people who go to church, all of them Republicans. Outside of my in-laws they are assholes the rest of the week and wouldn't piss on a homeless guy if he was on fire. Church is a place to be seen and make them feel good about themselves, none of them apply the teachings of Christ to their everyday lives. Helping or being kind to a stranger is foreign to them. I can't name one that volunteers for anything and the things they say about minorities, immigrants, or anybody poor(including poor white people) show their true colors. There are lots of reasons to stay out of a church and the people in it are the biggest one.

Anonymous said...

If you're worth 999 million dollars---isn't that enough?


No it's enough. Have a great loser.

Anonymous said...

@ 7:19 What you don't know about Christians is A LOT The church is full of people like what you describe and they probably aren't true Christians. Don't judge all Christians by a few and don't judge all Republicans by some RINO's. There are some of us that give 10% every pay day to help others just like the Bible teaches us to do.

Did you know the Church is a favorite spot for sociopaths to go to for their cover up? Discernment is a great thing and something everyone needs in order to survive .

Anonymous said...

Joel Osteen is my idol!

Anonymous said...

"Note that everyone you mention are [sic] self-made...." The original comment was about liberals' hate/love relationship with the very wealthy. How does your response that some or all of those wealthy are self-made billionaires relate to that point?

Anonymous said...

@7:19, I no longer attend any sort of organized church, primarily due to the incredible hypocrisy on display. However, unlike your experience, I've seen hypocrites from both sides of the aisle. Democrats who play moral twister to support infanticide, oh wait, abortion at the end of the third term. Republican's and Dems who glad hand all Sunday long (and make sure EVERYONE knows it) then are total turds the remaining 6.5 days of the week. There are some good ones, but the infiltration of the prog over decades have destroyed the great institutions of Christianity.

Anonymous said...

I love how these "tax the rich" assholes love to talk about those "greedy corporations" and "greedy rich" who need to "pay their share" yet cannot see their own greedy hypocrisy in taking from others for the sake of wanting what they haven't earned.