Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Heads Up on Obama's Sate of the Union Speech

Got this from inside the West Wing, so it's solid.

The State of the Union speech is big on tax "reform". Proposals to boost housing and a proposal to make it easier for foreigners to visit the U.S. Since 9-11, tourist travel to the United States is down approximately 30%.

Of course, if Obama was really serious about "getting the economy going", he would cut taxes and cut regulations. NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.


  1. I'd say it's a safe bet that what tourism decline can't be blamed on the economy in general, is because potential visitors to our wonderful "freest nation on Earth" have chosen to not avail themselves of the opportunity to have a hand shoved up their rectum and be imperiously barked at by some strutting martinet in an ill-fitting polyester uniform with the intelligence of a subnormal patch of moss.

    1. Exactly. If he were serious about increasing tourism, he'd deep six TSA...

  2. I can't bring myself to watch this. This class warfare crap just demotivates the hell out of me and makes me want to sell my business and walk away. He certainly doesn't inspire me to take risk or hire US workers. Instead, he makes me fear the government and its desperation for revenue to feed its imperialist goals and out of control welfare schemes. I am a tax producer to Obama and nothing else. Screw him!

  3. The only thing Mr. Obama is serious about is the destruction of the US economy.

  4. I agree Anon 3:18P. I turned to the Military Channel. They are playing "Nazi Collaborators". Not much different than the SotU. Damn, you can't get away from them no matter where you go! ;)

  5. Why am i filled with foreboding when I hear the word reform.

  6. @ Anonymous 3:18, I'm with you. I'm tired of being a dairy cow for these crooks. They're milking us dry and I simply don't want to play their game any more.

    Looked at expatriation last night. In order to escape the tax prison in which they've placed us, it is essential to first obtain a second passport. Only two countries are identified in this report that will allow this without long-term residence or meeting other special requirements.

    The catch? It costs $200,000 to purchase. That I am actually considering this tells you how desperate I am to avoid becoming a victim to the band of thieves and murderers in Washington. Land of the free?