Another great “The One Thing”-rant by Glenn Beck.
Apparently, hundreds of thousands of Americans were out protesting government spending during the “Tax day”.
The US government apparently “were not aware of such an event”.
Hmh. This seems a lot like what I heard happened during the Ron Paul campaign.
The Progressive/Left movement has nothing to say, so they pretend like it is raining.
I bet that when inflation hits, they will say:
“Well, all I know is that a loaf of bread costs $2360 today, I don’t really care what it cost yesterday. Oh, and no sudden movements please, I have a wheel-barrel of money I collected in order to buy a new energy-efficient car for the needy people in the slums. Groceries? What? Why would I buy groceries for the needy people? We give them foodstamps! Whaddya mean ‘worthless‘? Nothing the government does is ever ‘worthless’, its for the greater good! Of course people can get food for their foodstamps – that’s why they are called foodstamps – because you can exchange them for food! Production – oh you are one of those capitalists, aren’t you? It’s not about production, it’s about demand. The poor people needs food, thus there is demand for it so they exchange their foodstamps that we give them for food, which then enables production. What do you mean no capital? We have printed lots of money lately, of course there is capital. In all honesty, I don’t see where capital comes into it. If farmers can’t afford gasoline and machinery, I guess they will have to do it the old-fashioned way. Besides, we can send the unemployed to become farmers, so it’s actually good for the economy that we don’t have any of this ‘capital’ around. If there’s capital floating around, I think it should be controlled by the government. It’s more fair that way. Communist? What on earth are you talking about, I’m not a communist. That’s preposterous! I simply care about the less fortunate, and think that those that make fortunes starving the lower classes should pay more taxes. Whaddya mean no rich people? There are millions of people in this country that make over $200,000 a year, we’ve stimulated the economy so much that everyone is practically rich these days. Just yesterday, I saw a hobo burning hundred dollar bills in a trashcan for heat! …..”