How Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan Actually Works


How does Mitt Romney’s tax plan actually work?

Well…

It’s amazingly simple!!!

Five out of four Republicans are bad at math, and yes they are that bad at it.  Which is exactly the reason Mitt Romney’s tax plan works for them.  It gives them  tax information they can’t use, but gives it in such a way as to make it seem easily understandable and exactly the information they want to give.  But since they don’t understand it, which is something they can’t exactly state publicly without looking like a moron, they have to keep pretending they do.

Which is why it is so much easier to be a Romney supporter.  It doesn’t take much thought.  Just smile, nod, and say yes it works!… and hope no one notices they don’t know shit.

🙂

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Of course it would probably help if he gave more than just sentences about taxes.  Ya know, real numbers, not just Laffer curve type bullshit.  There aren’t any.  Srsly.  A permanent 20% across the board tax cut doesn’t tell me exactly how much tax revenue the nation is losing per year over the next decade.  The Presidents? You can see his, in action, every year.

Aaaaaaand we are paying less in taxes now than we did 4 years ago.

If Mitt cuts taxes 20% for everyone across the board, two things will happen.

1)  We won’t pay jack diddley in taxes, which will definitely feel good but it will also lead  to…

2)  Our deficit skyrocketing.  You think the deficit spending under President Obama is bad? Romney’s gonna bend us over and f*** our butts til they’re bloody.  Or bloodier than they are now.

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Now that I’ve left that happy picture in your head, I think it’s time for me to go watch the end of the Yankees season.  At least it won’t leave my ass bloody.  I hope.  😛

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That’s it from here, America.  G’night.

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