Senator Saxby Chambliss

After decades of opposing higher taxes Republicans are now under political pressure to work out an agreement to reduce the nation’s chronic federal deficit which has nearly doubled in the past 3.5 years from 9 trillion to 17 trillion dollars. In order to regain control of that financial beast republicans now feel it necessary to strike a compromise with Obama and his Democrats, who insist that tax increases be part of any “fiscal cliff” avoiding economic package. After returning to Washington next week from a long, luxurious Thanksgiving holiday lawmakers will be faced with a waning calendar of just under a month before more holiday VACAY to get the package ironed out and sold to the public prior to the Bush tax cuts expiring at the end of the year – and it appears there is already Republican RINO support groups forming to latch on to President Obama’s new “mandate” of taking from the few remaining prosperous people and giving it to the ever increasing pool of poor, underprivileged American’s – a pool which grows larger by the day as 4th grade economic policies – now “caramelized” by the re-election of the “Robin-Hood” president, Barack Obama – take root into an even deeper level of the political substrate.

Veteran Georgia Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss is one of these little hitch hikers that cling to the coattails of whomever seems to be winning the game in Washington at the time and his recent decision to turn his back on the Taxpayer Protection Pledge as well as the people of the great state of Georgia serves as proof of his commitment to his political career, or so the good senator undoubtedly envisions. Chambliss, like a few of his red party constituents, is already bowing to the “legendary” politics of the “master politiker,” Barack Obama – who insists that he has been “mandated” by the American people to increase taxes to near 40%(39.6 to be exact) for individuals making $200,000 per year – or families earning $250,000. Ahhhhhh, didn’t see that TWO HUNDRED PER INDIVIDUAL coming did ya? Yeah, that got kinda tossed in there AFTER the election was over. (chuckle)

Chambliss says that the 20 year old commitment he made – and one that’s helped him get re-elected is no longer what’s best for the American people because “I care more about my country than I do about a 20-year-old pledge. If we do it his way, then we’ll continue in debt, and I just have a disagreement with him about that”,” said Chambliss, referring to Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform.

Chambliss faces re-election for a third Senate term in 2014 and Norquist has vowed to oppose candidates who break the pledge. When questioned about the fallout of Chambliss, Norquist didn’t attempt to “pretty it up” one bit stating that “If the senator wants to change his mind and become a tax increaser he needs to have that conversation with the people of Georgia.

You’re a sell-out piece of RINO ass-flank, Chambliss. You need to open your economics text book from 8th grade and study up on what nourishes a capitalistic society – it dam sure isn’t increasing taxes. In fact, it’s the opposite – it’s the relinquishing of the tax burden on individuals and businesses that “stimulates” economic growth and provides the government with revenues – not that it deserves any judging from their spending habits. If you aren’t aware of this fact, or disagree with that proven point – you need to remove yourself from office because you’re a sell-out piece of shit RINO – as I previously stated.

Is this the twilight zone? Is a socialist Rod Serling wearing an O for hope gonna walk out and give us a pep talk on the benefits of taxing citizens to death? Do American citizens really support a FORTY PERCENT tax on everyone earning $200,000 and up – by a government who just added $8,000,000,000,000 TRILLION to our national debt in less than 4 years? Those of you who do – and I sincerely include all republicans in that mix – are as dumb as a box of hammers and those in positions of power and influence who agree to go along with this HISTORICALLY ASS FUCKING TAX INCREASE should be removed from office by force immediately. What you’re attempting to do is unpatriotic – as treasonous as pissing on a blood soaked American flag. It’s disastrous for our economy – it’s crippling for the future economy that my children will have to navigate through – and it increases the reach that the already monstrous federal government has over The People – a majority of which you’ve politically brainwashed into somehow supporting increased taxation by promising them more “benefit tit’s” to suck on.

On the flip side, the only way to prove to Washington and to the Citizens that continue voting these nim-rods back into office – that increasing taxes will cause the economy to nose dive – is to “let em eat” … so thanks Chambliss – you’ll long be remembered as one of the RINO’s that helped the pro-tax-increase crowd hang themselves politically. In 2016 after 4 years of 10%+ stagnated unemployment and – at the current rate of increase – nearly 60 million American families on food stamps – with skyrocketing prices on everything from fuel to milk to diapers to toilet paper and beef jerky – perhaps then, THEN Americans will have had their fill of your bogus, nonsensical “Obama-esque” politics of socialistic appeasement. Perhaps then, also, we can get someone into office that actually knows how to repair a damaged economy – because it’s obvious that none of you economic rock stars in D.C. know jack shit about what’s best for America or The People.

Other notable republicans/conservatives/RINO sellouts who seem to be warming to the prospect of increasing taxation in order to “increase revenues” (and increase their Obama-likeability factor) which – as we’ve discussed, is nothing more than political skull-dodgery, include veteran Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, William Kristol, the editor of the Weekly Standard, and GOP Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee. Corker went so far as to imply that “the yin and the yang of this is that we know there has to be revenues.I haven’t met a wealthy Republican or Democrat in Tennessee that’s not willing to contribute more as long as they know we solve the problem.” Corkers Tennessee, however, is a state that refuted the Obama presidency, along with it’s tax policies on election day, voting for Mitt Romney by a margin of approximately 2 to 1 (I’m proud to call TN home).

But hardline conservatives such as Norquist argue that reducing the size of the federal government is the only way to reduce the size of the deficit and they are correct. The Taxpayer Protection Pledge that Chambliss and many other RINO’s will soon be lining up to toss under the bus states that the signer will “oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax rates for individuals and/or businesses” and will “oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.”

True conservatives can be identified by their unwavering contempt of government spending and increased taxation burdens on American individuals and businesses. In this particular “fiscal cliff” conservatives will be fighting to prevent the government from forcing taxpayers to cover their frivolous spending habits of the past 3.5 years.

RINO’s can be identified by the knee-pads. Open wide, sellouts. Remember to gag and make those smacking sounds as you swallow your masters political engorgement.

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