Commie Libs Invade Wilmington With a Horde of Three

A huge trio of protesters descended upon the financial powerhouse of Wilmington Delaware.  The Diamond State quaked in fear at the anarchy foisted upon it by a horde of three masked avengers of the masses as they charged Bank of America.   I have one message for the Commie Libs who hate corporate America.  GO HOME!  Go back to your socialist paradise in Cuba and let the rest of us have the most prosperous nation the world has ever known.  Mend it don’t end it should apply to our capitalist system not every government program in existence.

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About David Anderson

Councilman David Anderson is a citizen activist who has served the community in several areas. He is a member of the Academy of Dover Charter School board of directors, a former Dover Human Relations Commissioner, past Chair of Delaware Right to Life PAC, Proud member of the Delaware Army National Guard, former Because We Care Inc. alternative school board member, Republican committee person, and co-founder of the Delaware Initiative and Referendum Coalition. He is currently Huck PAC state coordinator.

42 thoughts on “Commie Libs Invade Wilmington With a Horde of Three

  1. I’m sure you would agree that the First Amendment applies to these folks. I’m talking, of course, about the right to peaceably assemble.

    Maybe you believe only groups that support the same causes as you deserve these protections, like the Tea Party.

  2. No, if the government oppressed them, I would be one of the first to stand up for their right to assemble, speak, and redress government for their grievances. That doesn’t mean that I have to endorse what they say or agree with it. My freedom of the press is equal to their freedom. They are left wing loons. I am guardian of the American way. I doubt you expected me to embrace them. Though I am grateful they at least sent us the cute ones. We could have done worse for agitators and malcontents. Did you see some of the dirt collectors disguised as protesters in NYC? I won’t work for $7 an hour. I understand. Who can afford to, You can’t even pay the average rent at 100% of your take home let alone electric, food, or transportation, but when you look at them and hear them speak, you wonder who would pay them that much?

    Many years ago, I took a $4.50 an hour job before while I looked for something else to at least have some money. I had to take food stamps so my family could eat because I wasn’t earning enough to do more than pay the mortgage. The second job on the weekends paid the lights. The Emergency fund dwindled away. It was no way to live.

    I quit as soon as I could. I was worth more than that. I was laid off because the business I worked for made a bad investment and went under. I feel that pain. I had to work two months as a temp in a factory at night while I looked for work during the day.

    I didn’t go protest the country and want to tear it down. I just worked a little harder for a better day. Life is tough sometimes. I appreciate that. I worked hard kept looking. A better day came. We don’t lose until we quit.

    That is why I am not afraid to look out for the little guy. The elitist in both parties do not have my allegiance. To borrow a quote, they were born on third base and congratulate themselves on hitting a triple. Some of us understand the struggle. We appreciate the safety net because sometimes you can do everything right and still come up short.

    I think these folks need to work for a better life than expect someone to hand them one. I respect people who struggle. I don’t respect people who whine and throw a temper tantrum because life got too hard. Grow up cry babies. Pick yourself up and live. If you need help, I will reach out my hand to help. If you want a handout for life instead, I say no.

    I am just being unreasonable right Mike?

  3. When Bank of America (who paid 0 dollars in corporate taxes for 2010) starts to pay at least as much tax as I do, I may start to have some sympathy for them.

    Yes, that’s a big fat zero. That they were able to avoid pay any taxes is travesty regardless of what party you belong to.

  4. David
    I felt threatened all the way down here is Sussex by those three. BTW, when will they be protesting in Sussex’s financial giant, “County Bank” on North Bedford St.

  5. What a coincidence that these protests are happening at the same time Obama is trying to push his jobs (tax) bill.
    I love the smell of Astro Turf in the morning.

  6. Why is it when those on the left protest, you on the right always shout out “go home to Cuba” or some other country? And why are the “commies?”

  7. The organizers are admitted Marxists, socialists, and lefties. Therefore, I call them a commie lib coalition. Communists and liberals. That is what they are.

    Why say go home to Cuba? They want us to become like Cuba. I want us to stay like America. If Cuba is so great, go there. North Korea go there. They aren’t so why do I want to be like them Michael Moore J.

  8. They had so many legitimate write offs that they didn’t owe taxes Dave. Did you see their loss reports? There are a lot of travesties about BOA, but that is not one of them. If they were protesting BOA, I may have joined them with no mask. They are a disgusting bunch of thieves according to public records. They weren’t. They were protesting banks and corporations. They marched to BOA to get sympathy and equate fine institutions like Wells Fargo, TD Bank, WSFS and your community bank to BOA.

    Judge them by their own words not to mention their press releases. It is a common communist technique to smear the system by highlighting the abuse of a few.

  9. Shorter David: Because we don’t know how to discuss issues without demonizing those with whom we disagree.

  10. MJ…you moron…because many of them are, in fact, card-carrying members of the Communist Party USA. This is in addition to their association with a myriad of anarchist, leftist, anti-capitalist, anti-business, anti-western and anti-American groups not limited to moveon.org, ACORN, SEIU and whatever else that hyper-hypocritical, self-hating Jew, piece of garbage named George Soros funds.

    Also, when the petulant, utterly incoherent left protests, they tend to attack the police and break things (as best as their wussy, malnorished, overly-drugged little bodies can), leaving a mess and misery for local shop owners in their wake.

    In contrast, I went to that far larger Tea Party protest on the Mall in DC back in April 2009. After a few hundred thousand folks gathered for several hours in the most peaceful manner imaginable, nary a stray piece of trash was left behind.

  11. Why is it when those on the left protest, you on the right always shout out “go home to Cuba” or some other country? And why are the “commies?”

    Why is it when those on the right protest, you idiots at DL always scream “racist,” “redneck,” “go home to Idaho” or some other red state? And why are they “racists?”

  12. Shorter David: Because we don’t know how to discuss issues without demonizing those with whom we disagree.

    Even shorter Hube: Tell that to your DL buddies, chum.

  13. Que Pasa – you really have a chip on your shoulder. So, anyone that doesn’t agree with your rightwing viewpoints is anti-American? Wow! Just WOW!!!

    And card-carrying members of the Communist Party USA? You sound like Joe McCarthy, and we all know how he ended up (drunk, broken, and dead from hepatitis). Let me guess, you have a list with the names of 300 avowed communists working for the State Department.

    And how would you know if George Soros is a self-hating Jew? Are you Jewish? Do you even know any Jews?

    You’re really a sorry excuse for a human being.

  14. Most of the protesters are either perennial losers, or young people who grew-up with Nintendo game systems, i-pods, i-phones, cars and educations that their parents paid for, and who now are ill-equipped to acquire the Porsche, $1-million house and Michael Kors suits they dream of on their own- so they condemn the ‘system.’

    Have you ever been to Wall Street or Battery Park- or anywhere in lower Manhattan at lunch time on a weekday? Sure, there’s finance executives who make $50-million a year. So what? There’s also cab drivers, window washers, hot dog vendors, couriers, secretaries, cooks and waiters, HVAC technicians, telephone sales reps, computer technicians, and rookie stockbrokers struggling to make $30k, not to mention the employees of office supply stores, Apple stores, restaurants, department stores and automobile dealerships who are all dependent on the cash generated and put into the market by way of salaries to those associated with ‘big banks’ and ‘Wall St.’ brokerage firms.

    Sloth and envy, two of the Seven Deadly Sins. Instead of dreaming, some of these ‘protesters’ need to start some doing. As a Chinese philosopher said (paraphrase) long ago, ‘a journey of 1000 miles starts with a first step.’

    (And if BO thinks these protests enhance his re-election chances, he’s as wrong as McGovern was in ’72.)

  15. Rick, so why aren’t we subsidizing college education to the same degree that we gave BofA, Chase, Citibank, etc, government funds to save their hides?

    I paid my way through college with scholarships, grants, and loans. My parents couldn’t afford to pay the tuition at the private university I chose to attend. I could have gone into a business that would have landed me on Easy Street but I chose to go into the Army after college and then into public service. And I support OWS.

    And yes, I’ve been to Wall Street many times. But don’t you think that paying someone $25 million a year is a bit obscene?

  16. “Even shorter Hube: Tell that to your DL buddies, chum.”

    Tell them yourself. I’ve never known the cat to have your tongue, or typing fingers.

  17. For Bank of AMERICA to not pay ANY taxes to the nation which provides them means to do business cannot be excused. Wells Fargo was also engaged in issuing liar loans and then securitizing those loans and selling them to mitigate their risks. The banking and financial industry in general is a significant contributor to the economic mess we face today. That does not mean all banks acted in that matter, but the largest banks did. And to top it all off, they manage to avoid paying any taxes whatsover.

    As I said, when they start paying what I have to pay, then I will have some sympathy for them. Until then, I could care less what the protesters do. It just isn’t on my radar of things I am concerned about.

  18. MJ, are these incomes insane?
    1. Tiger Woods, $75 Million
    2. Kobe Bryant, $53 Million
    3. LeBron James, $48 Million
    4. Roger Federer, $47 Million
    5. Phil Mickelson, $46.5 Million
    6. David Beckham, $40 Million
    7. Cristiano Ronaldo, $38 Million
    8. Alex Rodriguez, $35 Million
    9. Michael Schumacher, $34 Million
    10. Lionel Messi, $32.3 Million

  19. Let me guess David… when you were struggling and were going out to find not just one but two jobs – it was the Clinton administration, right? It probably was – you didn’t see many factories staffing second shifts under Bush.

    Do you think it was your hard work alone that made sure two jobs were available when you needed them?

    Now under the extended Bush policies, there are – how many applicants for each open job?

  20. I did a whole lot better economically under Bush. I didn’t have to do temp work at a quarter above minimum wage with a college education for two months. I don’t particularly think it was his credit or Clinton’s fault. I think the idea that the President is responsible for your personal fate is a bit much. They help set policy that sets the overall environment and make Fed appointments so they are partially responsible, but this is still America and in the long run, you control your own destiny. What bugs me about President Obama is that his policies would take away more and more of my ability to do just that.

  21. How is it demonizing people to call them what they admit to being? As for issues, they admit they have none. They didn’t bring forward one proposal. The whole movement is puzzling because it is only complaining, anger, and hatred. We already discussed press reports that say they have no issues. They proved it in the clip. I can’t discuss what doesn’t exist. The only thing left is to mock them not demonize them. They are pathetic. If the Obama economy weren’t so bad, I would say get a job, but alas there are very few. Maybe they should march on Washington instead of Wall Street.

  22. “How is it demonizing people to call them what they admit to being?”

    If the presence of communists makes the entire gathering communist, then the presence of racists at Tea Party rallies makes the entire gathering racist. Right?

    “We already discussed press reports that say they have no issues. They proved it in the clip. I can’t discuss what doesn’t exist.”

    No, you can’t discuss what you don’t understand.

    “Maybe they should march on Washington instead of Wall Street.”

    See, that’s what you don’t understand. You think the system is broken because it’s not competitive enough. They think the system is broken because it’s too competitive.

    The problem isn’t Washington. The problem is Wall Street. Tell ya what — you guys march on Washington, we’ll march on Wall Street. I have made the point for many months that tossing politicians out of office is like rounding up the small-scale drug dealers: It might fill the prisons, but it won’t dent the actual practice of drug dealing.

    Want evidence? Look at how many Tea Party freshmen are facing primary challenges from the Tea Party. I hope you don’t have to spend 40 years waging the equivalent of the War on Drugs to learn that lesson.

  23. MJ,

    Relax, you hyperventilating, pathetic little puff ball!

    Actually, Communism isn’t welcome in the USA. Of course it’s allowed under the 1st Amendment, but certainly not welcome. Doubt me? Then why else would a question relating to it appear on our naturalization forms? Along with membership in other forms of totalitarian government and terrorist organizations. http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/n-400.pdf

    Not that it SHOULD matter in any discussion (only to insecure liberals like yourself), but I know many a Jewish people. My paternal step-grandmother was Jewish, as were many of my fraternity brothers at the Ivy League institution that I attended (paid for by my own hard work, btw). Regardless, for a Jew to maintain the associations that Soros did/does, as well as to take the stand that he does against Israel, seem to me to be rather despicable. But that’s not just me…so said my Jewish step-grandmother any time he was mentioned in the news.

  24. An no, MJ, anyone who doesn’t agree with my views are automatically anti-American. However, if they behave and/or have views that are specifically anti-American (like, say, burning an American flag), then what else are they but…anti-American?!?

    Also, isn’t it funny how nothing I wrote was refuted by MJ. Like a typical LIBTARD, he just moves the goal posts around, changes the subject, while making small-minded, incorrect assumptions.

  25. Rick, so why aren’t we subsidizing college education to the same degree that we gave BofA, Chase, Citibank, etc, government funds to save their hides?

    Subsidize your own education. The banks paid the money back, with interest. Of course, many of them didn’t want the money- they were forced to take it.

    But don’t you think that paying someone $25 million a year is a bit obscene?

    No. If you do, call the Board of Directors and the stockholders.

    Socialism is Theft

  26. I think it is a leap to say that they are card-carrying members of the communist party.

    I am ready to concede that perhaps some of the protest organizers left their CPUSA (Communist Party of the USA) cards at home.

    I have a lot of cards of varying levels of worth or uselessness cluttering up my life.

    I don’t think that it is responsible to claim (without evidence) that anyone is actually CARRYING their communist party card on their person.

    Note: Yes, I am teasing. If you take any of this seriously you are missing the point.

  27. MJ asks in #16:

    Rick, so why aren’t we subsidizing college education to the same degree that we gave BofA, Chase, Citibank, etc, government funds to save their hides?

    Answer: Most people were mad as hell at bailing out the banks. The tea party was born out of anger and frustration with the T.A.R.P. bail-out.

    It is a serious mistake I think to attribute the tea party to any one thing, rather than a “THAT’S THE LAST STRAW!” explosion.

    But the phone lines were melting down with opposition to the bail-out of the banks.

    Whether or not the bail-out was a horrible idea or just a mildly bad cure for a bad disease, IT WAS THE PERCEPTION THAT “WASHINGTON IS NOT LISTENING” that was the SPARK that caused the tea party explosion.

    That’s why one of the protest slogans of the early tea party was: “CAN YOU HEAR US NOW ??? ”

    It was the feeling that Washington was ignoring the voters that was part of the explosion.

    Yes, there was blame to go around in both parties.

    There was already lots of gasoline spread around.

    The spark that lit it off is *not* the only reason for the tea party revolt. People were “mad as hell and we’re not going to take it any more” against BOTH parties and the entire system.

    In my personal opinion, the ORIGINAL T.A.R.P. plan — buy up toxic assets (mortgage backed securities with a high level of defaults, hold them and then SELL THEM after the crisis passed) was not such a bad… WELL, IT WAS BAD, like CHEMOTHERAPY is awful but might (maybe) cure you from cancer. No one would say they are in favor of chemotherapy. But if you have to choose between cancer out of control and chemotherapy, what can you do?

    The bait-and-switch T.A.R.P. that substituted a totally different plan than what was advertised was especially horrible.

  28. For Dave especially in #18 (I think Virginia / Independent Dave if I am not mistaken):

    Bank of America is a giant useless, inept dinosaur, for which I have nothing but contempt. When my parents were trying to negotiate a short sale — that is, they had a buyer for their house but for less than the outstanding balance of the mortgage, but the bank woudl have gotten more money and lost less by selling the house promptly, the neighborhood home values would have been helped and it would be better for everyone all around) —

    … Bank of America didn’t seem to know that the State of North Carolina even existed, couldn’t find that my parents even had a mortgage with BoA, and didn’t seem to know what planet they are on. I have heard so many horror stories about Bank of America. Every time my father called, he had to educate BoA all over again that North Carolina was a State in the Union.

    But my political positions are not based on whom I like or dislike, but on principle.

    I think it was this same Dave who kept urging us to be more educated and informed about our political positions, which is always a good idea in general, of course.

    So can we try to be more precise?

    Dave, let’s say you open a business in Dover to sell Virginia hams to Delawareans and military personnell working in the area.

    Let’s say Dave opens “DAVE’S VIRGINIA HAMS.”

    Let’s say that you have 5 years in which you lose money, and then in year 6, you have a banner year. (I don’t know, maybe turkeys get recalled just before Thanksgiving of Michael Jordan cuts a TV ad for your store.)

    So in Year 1 through 5, you lose $150,000 (that’s net).

    In Year 6, you have your best year ever — you earn a net profit of $125,000.

    So you have still lost $25,000 overall, so far.

    Should you pay taxes?

    It’s your best year ever.

    For Year 1 through 6, you have lost a net of $25,000 ($150,000 in losses followed by a $125,000 profit in year 6).

    Should “Dave’s Virginia Hams” — not Bank of America, but Dave — be allowed to pay no taxes in Year 6 even though it is his best year ever?

    You’re still in the hole by -$25,000 overall.

    However, if you can show me any tax deduction, loophole, or special deal that Bank of America or any other big business gets WHICH IS NOT AVAILABLE EQUALLY TO “DAVE’S VIRGINIA HAMS” then

    I WILL SIGN YOUR PETITION to get it eliminated.

    Not just agree with you. I will put my signature on the dotted line saying “REPEAL IT!”

    No big or favored business should enjoy any tax deal or advantage that Dave would not also be able to take advantage of on equal terms if he started his own small business.

    Note #1: I am not saying that tax breaks shouldn’t be repealed EVEN IF they are available to everyone. Maybe it should be repealed any way. I am just saying that no politically favored business should ever get a tax break that Dave couldn’t also use.

    Note #2: NO, I am not going to agree to the “headquarters offshore” hooplah. That whole controversy is nonsense. I do not agree that a business should pay taxes on business activity OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.

    Neither should a company pay any less taxes INSIDE the United States regardless of where their H.Q. is located.

    But Democrats are demagoguing and deliberately confusing the corporate H.Q. issue.

  29. The answer is yes, you should, but you should be able to cut that liability with carry over losses from the last couple of years– unless you used them against ordinary income. As far as I know BOA’s losses in the last two years exceeded its profit last year. Therefore no taxes along with other write offs. I wouldn’t be surprised if some outrageous deal is hidden in there. The profit they made was based upon us. I am with Jon.

    TARP one made sense as first proposed. Even Glen Beck reluctantly supported it. It should have never gotten to that point. Poor government policies combined with some poor business practices created a big mess. We couldn’t allow the entire financial system to collapse. We could and it would fix itself in about 4 years like it did in the Depression and Panic of 1893. I don’t think we would want to go through that much pain and dislocation. 25% plus unemployment for 2 years, 20 million bankruptcies, foreclosures like you can only imagine, millions homeless, bread lines, and I bet in modern America riots.

    What I hated was the bait and switch. I expected an RTC and got a big bank giveaway. I cried foul at the time. TARP 2 was even worse because we knew what was up. We were cheated. The banks and their lobbyists got over on us with their tripe about too big to fail. Nonsense. Let them fail. It will correct itself in a year. It is the assets that I cared about. You have to let them fail. Just let it happen in a controlled landing not a crash.

    They will reorganize or their assets bought out. Life will go on. If we did that in a controlled bankruptcy, restructuring the crisis would be over and the economy growing by now. We wouldn’t have piled on so much debt. It was bad policy and we are paying for it. The TEA party is addressing those issues with specifics not a bad wall street–I have no idea what to do but capitalism is bad. Strap it. The fact is that it is a good system with more pluses than minuses. We can always improve.

  30. Tell them yourself. I’ve never known the cat to have your tongue, or typing fingers.

    They’re your pals, not mine.

  31. Judging by the reaction here, it’s conservatives who just want to tinker around the edges of the system. Y’all seem convinced that if we could just elect the right people, all would be well. It’s liberals who realize that it is the system that is corrupting the people we elect.

    Occupy Wall Street is worth it if it simply shows everyone that you folks want to protect Wall Street just as much as those in office do. You just don’t get it: Capitalism without limits creates poverty just as surely as communism does. Until we see major changes to the system — ones that are NOT supported by you folks — the system will continue to reward the few at the expense of the many.

  32. Hube: I only know two of them. By your standard, Jon Moseley would be your “pal.” I therefore would not apply that standard.

    Fact is, you’re my pal more than most of those folks are. You read over there enough to know that I have made similar arguments with people over there on more than one issue.

  33. The problem isn’t Washington. The problem is Wall Street.

    Wrong! The fact is that Washington doesn’t do anything about Wall Street, whether it’s the Republicans or Democrats. If Washington wised up, then Wall St. would have to, too.

    Obama currently talks a good game “against” Wall St., but he’s as in bed with them as any GOPer.

  34. Hube: I only know two of them. By your standard, Jon Moseley would be your “pal.” I therefore would not apply that standard.

    Nice try, except that you perpetually favorably quote them you-know-where. Nevertheless, you are one of the few who occasionally dissents from their dogmatic flotsam … and doesn’t get deleted.

  35. Y’all seem convinced that if we could just elect the right people, all would be well.

    Well, that is how the system works, after all.

    It’s liberals who realize that it is the system that is corrupting the people we elect.

    So, you’re saying that the “system” somehow automatically transforms what is a good man/woman into a lackey of said system? Or, is it that we don’t elect enough of these men/women of good will with the courage to change it?

    You just don’t get it: Capitalism without limits creates poverty just as surely as communism does.

    But who exactly here or anywhere else supports capitalism without limits? To my knowledge, there were a lot more right-wingers advocating that the many banks, GM, etc. be allowed to fail … you know, so that there’d be “a limit” to their capitalism. And that’s just one example.

  36. Yes, Hube, they were all in favor of banks failing, without bothering to think about what that would do to millions of people. That’s certainly a good way of operating.

    The system is the problem, Hube. Get the corporations out of democracy and let’s see how many people are corrupted when there’s no money to corrupt them with. You are banking on something I thought conservatives didn’t believe in: the perfectibility of humans. IF ONLY we could find a mere 535 honest people to elect to Congress!

    Get real, Hube. Money corrupts just as surely as power, and vast sums of it corrupt vastly. YOUR side is the one that cheers giving corporations and unions unfettered ability to influence elections, for no better reason than that a bit more than 50% of such money goes to Republicans.

    Did you really think that when liberal frustration finally boiled over it would turn those people into conservatives?

  37. “you perpetually favorably quote them you-know-where.”

    I favorably quote people from this blog, too. David Anderson is welcome any time, though I often disagree with his conclusions about issues. Same with Evan Q.

    And you know that I would never “delete” you. I realize our schedules don’t coincide, but you’re welcome anytime, too.

  38. Oops. Just saw #35, and I agree with it completely. I realize some conservatives think that Obama is behind OWS, but I haven’t seen a single sign referring to him or his “jobs” bill.

    Where we disagree is easy to find: You think Wall Street money can’t corrupt a certain, as-yet-unfound group of politicians. I doubt that sincerely, mainly because in 45 years of political awareness I haven’t found enough such people to staff a committee let alone all of Congress.

    Keep in mind, to a fairly large group of Delaware Republicans, Christine O’Donnell seemed like such a person, whereas I wouldn’t trust her to walk my dogs.

  39. Yes, Hube, they were all in favor of banks failing, without bothering to think about what that would do to millions of people. That’s certainly a good way of operating.

    But … you were talking about the limits to “unfettered” capitalism. Your premise must have been flawed then — a straw man about “capitalism without limits.” B/c it seems to me the government getting involved as it did extended the “limitless” ability of the banks, GM, etc. So, which is it?

    Get real, Hube. Money corrupts just as surely as power, and vast sums of it corrupt vastly. YOUR side is the one that cheers giving corporations and unions unfettered ability to influence elections, for no better reason than that a bit more than 50% of such money goes to Republicans.

    LOL, and you’re really that naive that YOUR side doesn’t likewise do that cheering? Puhlease.

    Look, this is what I mean about working within the system. If these hippies out there protesting really want to do something worthwhile, then why don’t they support an amendment to the Constitution overturning Citizens United, for cripe’s sake. And support congressional term limits. (YOUR side has always frowned on the latter.) I’ve no problem with either, personally. What they’re doing out there now pretty much all boils down to this, which makes zero sense.

  40. But don’t you think that paying someone $25 million a year is a bit obscene?

    It might be. But what specific number would not be obscene? 3 million? 2 million? Define “obscene”… that’s always fun.

    The thing about liberty and liberty based labor is that you don’t really have to try to define obscenity and impose your values on other people. Remember moral impositions and all that?

    But as long as we’re defining obscenity, it seems obscene to me to conflate liberty (private markets) with coercion (the state) or to treat freedom as the equivalent of force.

    Yet this is what the Leftist mind does, so it puts “redistribution”/destruction before liberty and creation. Think of it this way, that $25 million a year worth of liberty based value wouldn’t even exist if you tried to redistribute it by force. Instead it would be destroyed… and that is all. No poor people would be helped, nothing new would happen, you would not be wealthier or have a new job, you would have destroyed it and that is all. Does that help with your envy? I doubt it. That is why the Left is progressive, naturally. After the $25 million is done away with, it will be $10 million, then it will be less and less… until there is no pursuit of happiness, liberty and life left. Except for those close to the politicians who sit closer to the top of Leftist pyramid schemes, they will have more wealth based on coercion. And why isn’t income based on coercion instead of liberty ever seen as obscene in the Leftist mind? One can only imagine…

    And what was the number that is obscene for people engaged in liberty based labor again? Some on the Left seem to move toward $250,000, yet that will probably “progressively” change when more wealth is destroyed and we all have less.

    In any event, is your own income obscene? It probably is.

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