Sunday, May 21, 2006

RNC Fundraising Via Tax Cuts

Bush isn't quite as dumb as he looks. Giving a fourth tax cut to his base, the haves and the have mores, he frees up some of their dough to be donated right back into GOP coffers, $17 million to be exact. Big bucks raised by rich folks for each other. There's a method to their madness. He needed to tell more lies, that the tax cut extension will actually benefit all of us and the empty treasury will miraculously grow. But look out, they need to cut those annoying "services", aka infrastructure, put in place by Commies like FDR to make up the difference. The drowning of government in the bathtub is almost complete.
Christ, what a bloody LIAR!

President Bush helped raise $17 million for the Republican Party Wednesday, a welcome financial boost amid GOP gloom over the possible loss of majority control of Congress in November. The president repeatedly voiced optimism and signaled a no-holds-barred effort against Democrats, whom he argued would "run up your taxes," increase the deficit, enact shortsighted isolationist policies and fail to protect family values and national security.

Where's a laughing hysterically while vomiting icon when I need one?
Co-Conspirators. Watching these thieves on the floor of the House and Senate arguing in favor of further tax cuts for the wealthy and less for you and me was truly sickening. It takes a strong stomach to watch these bastards at work. It's a dirty job but somebody's got to do it. Thank ghod for C-SPAN. Cut their fucking retirement plans for which WE pay, and let's see how they like it. Assholes and traitors every single one!
Lawmakers on their way to the signing of a tax cut bill Wednesday. From right: Representative Bill Thomas; Senator Charles E. Grassley; Representative John A. Boehner, House majority leader; and Senator Mitch McConnell.

The best things in life are free, but you can keep 'em for the birds and bees, now gimme money,(that's what I want)MONEEEEEEEEE!
President Bush gestures during remarks at the Republican National Committee Presidential Gala fundraiser on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)


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