Thursday, April 17, 2014

Fwd: 2014-04-17 07:46

"The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it." ― George Orwell.

So listen to my truth, will ja?

Is Snowden secretly a double agent for O?

Holy Crap! Edward Snowden just showed up via video for Putin's Moscow Q-and-A!

Snowden asks Putin if Russia intercepts phone calls and stores information like the US does

Putin tells Snowden that Russia does not collect or store mass data on it's citizens

VIDEO: Edward Snowden makes surprise appearance at Vladimir Putin press conference

McCain thinks Snowden is working for the Russkies, but maybe he's a double agent for 0bama...

> crazy notions....I can tell you that my blood boils when. I think of the traitorous packs in the past and then in the continuing future of snowden. you not only endangered the security of countless numbers of Americans. but he also exposed law abiding citizens and and humiliated the current administration and past administration and also undermined the effectiveness of our lawful data collection that was specifically designed to protect us

"My blood boils" -- exactly the textbook reaction from the 'sheeple' that the Democrats and many RINOS want, an Alinsky political ploy.

Fwd: 2014-04-17 06:28

Heritage: 2014 Tax Day Chart: Who Pays the Most?

Which taxpayers experience the greatest tax burden—and who pays the most in taxes?

As Americans navigated the labyrinthine tax code ahead of tax day, many felt the sting of the President's myriad tax increases.

Despite calls for more taxes on the rich, the Heritage chart shown above reveals that the recent tax increases disproportionately affect the working wealthy.

The top 10 percent of all income earners paid 71 percent of federal income taxes in 2010, yet they earned 45 percent of all federal income. Compare that to the bottom 50 percent of earners, who earn 12 percent of income yet pay only 2 percent of federal income taxes.

So when Obama and advocates of higher federal taxes opine that the rich do not pay their "fair share," they are correct—affluent income-earners pay a whole lot more than they would pay if we had a proportional tax code instead of the highly progressive one we have today.