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Steyn Afire

Written By: William F. B. O'Reilly - Apr• 14•12

There’s no one better today than Mark Steyn when he gets really cooking.  And this morning he’s afire with thoughts on President Obama’s so-called Buffet Rule and other inanities.

A couple of gems:

order generic neurontin On President Obama’s rhetorical obliques

In the end, free societies get the governments they deserve. So, if the American people wish to choose their chief executive on the basis of the “war on women,” the Republican theocrats’ confiscation of your contraceptives, or whatever other mangy and emaciated rabbit the Great Magician produces from his threadbare topper, they are free to do so, and they will live with the consequences.

where to buy clomid bodybuilding On the “Buffet Plan” (which would only bring in $3.2 billion in extra revenue per year.)

…there are a lot of “millionaires,” depending on how you define it. Jerry Brown, California’s reborn Gov. Moonbeam, defines his “millionaire’s tax” as applying to anybody who earns more than $250,000 a year. “Anybody who makes $250,000 becomes a millionaire very quickly,” he explained. “You just need four years.” This may be the simplest wealth creation advice since Bob Hope was asked to respond back in 1967 to reports that he was worth half-a-billion dollars. “Anyone can do it,” said Hope. “All you have to do is save a million dollars a year for 500 years.” 

It’s that easy, folks! Like President Obama says, all you have to do to pay off his 2011 deficit is save $3.2 billion a year for 500 years.

He thinks you’re stupid. Warren Buffett thinks you’re stupid. Maybe you are. But not everyone is. And America’s foreign debtors understand that “the Buffett Rule” is just another pathetic sleight of hand en route to the collapse of the U.S. dollar, and of American society shortly thereafter.

 Mr. Steyn, a Canadian, should be wrapped in cotton. America needs him. 

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One Comment

  1. Nick says:

    I appreciate MArk Steyn’s view on this but what is his solution?

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