Most liberals are generous with other people’s money. I can be very magnanimous if I were a congressman and voted to use money taken from people who earned it and gave it to people who did not. For example, “of the 148,606,578-individual income tax return filers that year, 52,062,499 (or 35 percent) filed what the IRS calls ‘nontaxable returns,’ which means they paid no net individual income taxes. . . Among these 52,062,499 filers who did not pay income taxes in 2014 . . . were 31,129,405 filers who also received $90,276,007,000 in payments from the federal government for ‘refundable’ tax credits.”
One correction: Not from the “federal government,” but from other taxpayers who had their money confiscated by force.
Cher, who is worth $305 million, is upset MY tax dollars won’t pay for her asthma medicine. Why doesn’t she donate $250 million of her fortune to help other asthma sufferers?
Apple is sitting on around $250 billion in cash. That’s Billion with a “B.” That’s $250 thousand million. Why not donate to a healthcare fund, say, $50 billion. Liberal Apple investors love Apple and helping poor people (with other people’s money). They won’t mind. The interest or investment income alone could go a long way to help people who can’t afford healthcare.
George Soros, who spends billions on political activism, could do better by putting that money into a similar fund. All these concerned liberals are only concerned with spending other people’s money.
Here’s an old slogan that speaks to today:
“A Liberal Will Give Anyone the Shirt off YOUR Back.” (And claim he’s doing God’s work)
We need to go around the politicians and make a case to the American people. In a debate, you don’t try to win over the opposition; you appeal to the crowd. People hate hypocrites, Cher and her liberal friends are hypocrites. Let’s tell the American people. Report on the net worth of every liberal, let them keep 20 percent of their net worth and shame them into donating the rest to an invested healthcare fund…