Friday, September 16, 2011

When a person takes food from millions then feeds two, does it make up for the millions that were hurt?

I was told that Tea Party Conservatives donate, therefore, don't have a selfish agenda. I disagree.
Taxes are lower than they have been in a long time.
Baby boomers are retiring and having health issues. We knew the costs were going to rise.
Debt was created (before Obama) with high interest. We knew these costs were going to rise.
Wars were created. We knew these costs were going to rise.
We went into a recession in 2007. 2008 we were rapidly headed for a depression. We knew revenue would shrink. We knew more and more would be jobless. We knew more and more would be hungry. We knew more and more would be homeless.
So the answer was to lower taxes on people whose buying power is not increased? To provide already profitable companies with tax dollars? To make up for these tax dollar give aways to the wealthiest by telling these newly poverty stricken Americans too bad, so sad?
To tell companies they have an entire country willing to join the third world and be slave labor so they can add more to their already overabundance?
"Superior moral justification for selfishness"

The Modern Conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness" - John Kenneth Galbraith
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