Comments on: Reuters/Ipsos poll: Majority says U.S. on wrong track Tracking U.S. politics Wed, 16 Nov 2016 03:39:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: GetpIaning Tue, 16 Aug 2011 17:50:52 +0000 When the right complains about “class warfare,” it’s evidence of lazy thinkers who are feeling desperate. If they are worried about class envy pitting groups against one another, they probably ought to re-read their own proposals. The Republican plan does impose huge sacrifices on the poor and the middle class, while cutting taxes on the rich and corporations. All in all, the terms “class warfare” and “corporate welfare” apply nicely to conservative proposals. As to the math, taxes on the rich need to be raised, and significantly more than the measely 3% that Republicans were willing to crash the economy to prevent.

By: ActualTaxpayer Thu, 11 Aug 2011 18:43:48 +0000 when your president’s last 50 speeches focuses on class warfare, what do you expect the country to think?
Until the great wealth re-distributor stops with the “their fair share” sideshow, don’t expect Americans to take him seriously.
He spent $1.4 trillion more than we took in this year and his answer for this is to push a tax on the rich that will bring in $40 billion.

can anyone do the math here?