I’ll Take My Tax Credit and Treat Myself to McDonalds!

by Ryan on February 12, 2009

in Culture,Economy

Mr. Hope and Change.

(Look to the sky with awe for a solemn moment pregnant with possibility)

Speaking of “change,” did you hear about this one today?  New pocket change for us all!  Yup, the Obama Nation’s indicating stimulus cash of about $13 per paycheck this year and a cool $8 next year (if, as a teacher, I qualify as “Middle Class” at all).  After taxes on my stimulus cash, that’s about an extra $8.60 per check this year and sweet $5.40 next year.  Not bad in exchange for foreclosing on our grandkid’s future.

Whopping.  Or, perhaps, a Big Mac.  Mmmm… tasty!  Either way I’ll have a #7 with a Coke, along side that multi-trillion bill to give my grandchildren for an unnecessary pittance today.

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Bob February 12, 2009 at 7:18 pm

When George W. Bush’s tax cuts saved middle income families thousands of dollars per year, leftists were quick to say that tax cuts were irresponsible and gave middle class people a muffler, while the wealthy were treated to a Lexus. It amazes me how these hypolibs will stop at nothing. Do as I say, not as I do. Barry has done more damage in 3 weeks than W did in eight years. What is going to be our standing in the world if our economy continues to tank. The DOW is down over 2000 points since the election of Barry H. Obama. Hopefully I will have many grandchildren to pay off this huge debt. Shame on you Barry for letting SanFranNan write this lousy bill.


Sal February 12, 2009 at 9:12 pm

Bob, you are exactly right.


Ken February 12, 2009 at 11:06 pm

You guys should get the youtube video of the guy that worked at McDonalds for 4 years praising and thanking Obama for coming to a rally recently in the news. It epitomizes the culture of entitlement and narcissism that is a growing social cancer in America. Why do we have to spend our money with the promise of getting our money back when the recovery and reinvestment act doesn’t stimulation new businesses or promote growth towards solid investments? Why can’t I just keep my own money? (Oh right, the redistribution of wealth thing and the big government thing.)


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