I still haven't gotten over the one Clinton gave us. Why do we need another?...promise, that is.
Oh, but it's a different promise this time. Promise. It's a working-class
tax cut. See? That makes all the difference. That means it's an even better promise. Really.
After all, there's only going to be a roll back on all the mean ol' Bush tax cuts, not any of the nice new ones. Those $500 tax-rebate checks you got in the mail last time - it's going to be $500.12 this time. So you are getting a tax cut. A f'ing great tax cut.
By the way, the tax-increase roll-back isn't a whole, whole lot. It's just a mere whole lot. That will really help the economy, because all those mean folks who make possible the word Working
in The Working Class
won't have as much money to do that anymore after they pay the gummit all those great f'ing tax-increase roll-backs to pay for the
working-class tax cuts.
You don't work, you say? Don't pay any taxes at all because of that, and you're wondering where you f'ing fit in. Well, don't worry. You'll get a tax cut too. Except your cut will make you tax bill go into the negative numbers, so you'll be owed - instead of owing - money from - instead of to - the gummit. Ain't that f'ing great the way that works out. Super f'ing great plan to roll back the tax cuts so we can roll in the working-class ones and
give the working man a gummit check instead of a pay check and boost the economy in the process.
A Boston College Law School Graduate Lawyer knows about this economic stuff a whole, whole lot more than a Harvard Business School Graduate Businessman does.
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