Thursday, September 23, 2010

FREE Money for Millionaires!!!

These poor dears! 30 or 40 million dollars just doesn't go as far as it used to, does it?

If only they could experience the joy of losing their home, job and maybe their wife and kids, but those perks are for us serfs, not to be laid at the mansion door of the rich.
Study: Majority of US Tax Breaks, Incentives Benefit the Wealthy

A new study shows that tens of billions of dollars in US government tax breaks and other incentives mostly went to the wealthiest Americans last year. Of nearly $400 billion in spending to spur growth in home ownership, retirement savings, business start-ups and education, more than half benefited the wealthiest five percent of taxpayers. The study was sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Corporation for Enterprise Development. The authors conclude: "We can ill afford a federal wealth-building strategy that primarily helps those who are already wealthy."
Ahhh, the joys of serfdom. Good thing we're fighting the MOSSAD-CIA manufactured boogieman, for if not, where would the jobs come from?

Spending that money on our schools, highways, inner cities and training to build our nation back up? Can't have that, gotta protect that SLC from reality.
Poverty at Its Highest Since 1994, According to U.S. Census Bureau

Following its mid-September tradition, the U.S. Census Bureau today released its annual report, Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2009. Figures indicate the number of people living in poverty has jumped from 13.2 percent to 14.3 percent, the highest rate since 1994. Findings also show that 50.7 million people are still living without health insurance in the United States.
Another five years of fighting 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel' and maybe we can can set new poverty records.

You ain't lived until you've scrapped rat droppings off a slice of pizza tossed in the dumpster and ate that slop for supper.

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