Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Will Somebody Please Tell Me The Answer!!!

The election is historic. We are all going to be saved. The Messiah is here and will save us. What a bunch of crap.

Anyway, this post is not about the pukings of the morons on television. What I want is someone to tell me what these politicians mean when they say the "middle class". Who the hell are they talking about? They are already to mention the middle class tax cuts or easing the strain on the middle class. Yet they never specifically mention who they are referring to. What a shock.

I guess it makes it easier to renege on a campaign promise when the population does not know who was promised something. This is what is wrong with the present election process. Our leaders say anything to get elected only to go back on that promise. Remember the first President Bush with "no new taxes". Oops. He got that wrong. Bill Clinton? Same thing. Barack Obama? We shall see but you can guess what I am leaning towards.

The bottom line is that nobody is getting a tax cut. Our country just spent 1.45 trillion dollars. There is no more money to give a tax cut while implenting the massive spending projects that are bound to occur. This is the reality of this economic environment. It will get so bad that I am guessing we will see a deficit of $1 trillion in the next few years. Hell, it is at 1/2 trillion now.

So, who is the "middle class". I can only conclude they are the ones who get screwed because they believed the lies that these worthless politicians promote. America better get it's head out of it's ass. We are going down a road which has no return lane. Beware of a wolf in sheep's clothing. He sometimes comes dressed as the next Messiah.

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1 comment:

kitten said...

I have been reading this blog with interest, not because I am political or because I am biased but because finally someone has the courage to say what many are thinking, There are going to be changes, there are going to be broken promises, but its the promises that are going to be kept that interest me, and are those promises going to benefit those on an already overstretched welfare system or are they going to benefit the working famil who struggle each day to survive, always just above the bread line so they can get no help but just under the higher earnings so they can get no breaks, its those people who are going to be affected and they are the ones who are going to be asking " Why the hell am I struggling to put gas in my car when if I give up work and live off the system I could be better off ? "