The Taxonomy of The No-Class Warrior’s Obamanomics
August 23, 2012 Leave a comment
Hyperboleconomics: the promotion of the Keynesian fallacy that increasing the national debt by spending trillions of hard-earned taxpayer dollars to create a handful of “not-so shovel ready jobs” is money well spent. Keynesian economics can easily be described as the economic stimulus theory whereby your wife tries to spend her way out of her depression. Sound familiar? It’s deny side economics.
Cronyeconomics: The channeling of billions of dollars to fund green projects and then rerouting the money to the pockets of those who know how to spend your money. Bailouts for supporters of the Obama regime: big unions, big auto manufacturers, big banks, etc.. No bailouts for the little guys – the small businessmen and women struggling to make payroll.
Feareconomics: “Republicans will push granny over the cliff. We must live for today. We promise that there will be no death panel for Medicare. (That’s reserved only for Obamacare patients.) Medicare will die soon of natural causes anyway. Besides, your grandkids are young. They can fend for themselves.”
Hopeychangeyeconomics: year one – pass no budget, spend, demand higher taxes; year two – pass no budget, spend, demand higher taxes; year three – pass no budget, spend, demand higher taxes; year four – pass no budget, spend, demand higher taxes
Fairshareconomics: the proposition that even though half the nation pays taxes and the other half who does not pay taxes benefits from the revenue is considered not fair enough. The proposition that those who pay taxes pay 100% more in taxes than those who do not is considered not fair enough. The proposition that even though there is a progressive tax structure in place which rises in percentage as you earn more, this is not fair enough. “Fair share” economics ultimately is where you pay until there is no more to pay and then its still not fair because you don’t have even more to pay. Adam Corolla on taxes and fairness (caution: language).
BlameBusheconomics: “It’s not my fault.” “We were handed a raw deal – the Presidency and the Senate. We will need more time and all your money to throw at this. Just look how much has been accomplished since we came into office. We need four more years to pass no budget, spend your money and demand higher taxes.”
Nocarbonfuelseconomics: wind turbines and solar are the best energy sources to transmit renewable campaign money through companies like GE, Solyndra and others. Besides, with EPA regulations we will make it impossible to generate fossil fuels in this country because we want the world to like us. Government regulations are key to snuffing out any enterprise which uses natural resources. “The loss of jobs and homes along the way is collateral damage in our socially conscious war against big oil, big coal and big gas. Remember we hate Imperialistic America abroad but it is OK, though, to be thoroughly imperialistic about green energy here at home. Our righteous ends demand it. Buy the light bulb we tell you to buy or else.”
Chomskyesquesconomics: The Industrial-military complex is evil. America is Satan. America is a terrorist. Capitalism is colonialism. Helping poor nations flourish increases Americanism around the world. America is to blame for the problems in the world. America should be like Mahatmas Noam, the swami of “universal grammer” and peaceful denial.
“Youdidntbuilthat”economics: : the presumptuous economic theory that says that because the government has taxing authority over you this same government can take credit for your hard work. This economic theory assumes that roads and bridges were all it took to create Apple – no human initiative whatsoever is necessary either to create tax revenue or to create products for consumption. The machinery of government “allowed” Apple to create the iPods, iPads, the Mac Book Pros. In other words, government is the kid next to you in class, the kid who didn’t study for his finals and who now looks over your shoulder for the answers that will eventually propel him on to greater opportunities to take credit for other’s hard work.
Obamacare: receiving political “clap” from Big Brother. “The time has changed for come.” (at 2:58)
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