Friday, May 20, 2011

Flush 'em Friday the 5 20 11 Edition

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Happy Flush 'em Friday! Let's get flushing.

This week I would like to thank my fellow voters for flushing Debra Bowen. Next up:
  • Janice Hahn - has she ever worked an honest days work in her life?
  • Inter-league play - so what
  • Former IMF head Dominigue Strauss-Kahn for being such a slime ball
  • Arnold Schwarzenneggar - for acting like a governor and trading the horse in for the cow
  • The POTUS's education plan, Race to the Toilet-urr-Top
  • Kareem, Abdul-Jabbar - "I want my statue!"
  • Janice Hahn - some things take two flushes.

So, that's my list for this week.
Does anybody out there have someone they want to add?

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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Hahn vs.Huey in So Cal....

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I woke up to read the the news today and what do I see...

GOP eyes upset; Bowen isn't out

This is good news to me! Hahn is career family politician. She has done little to nothing to help her home town San Pedro. I can't wait to write more about her career ineptness.

I will for today leave a link to a site by Craig Huey who, let's hope, will be who she runs against. 

So let's get ready to rumble because Hahn is sure to start slinging liberal slop and blaming everybody but her own lame self. 

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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

No Tax Tuesday 5 17 11 Edition J Brown Playing for Keeps

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Happy No Tax Tuesday, the 5 17 11 Edition.

OK, so California gets some good news, that the state is projected to receive $6.6 billion more than expected in tax revenues, mostly from capital gains tax collections, on "the rich." Apparently, the rich are making more money than anticipated and thus paying more taxes than anticipated, so California Governor Jerry Brown and his Democrats ask why not tax them some more?

GOP lawmakers are asking why we need five more years of new taxes?

You see, the problem with Democrats is they can never see that tax revenues can rise without tax increases. If I make more money this year than last year, I will pay more taxes this year than last year. It really is simple math. Even even 6% of $200 (=$12) is more than 10% of $100 (=$10). So, the smart goal would be to find a way to allow businesses to pay their employees more rather than taxing people more.

Back to "the rich" making more money than expected. If a business owner made $1 million last year and then makes $2 million this year, they would automatically at the same tax rate pay twice as much in taxes. Everybody wins! Let it be Jerry.

To make a long post short, I do not think Californians need to pay more taxes or even more of the same taxes, increasing taxes just raises prices.  Have you noticed the price of eating out rising? How about at the supermarket or gas pump? Higher taxes + rising cost of living = lower standard of living. No thanks.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Taking Harman's Place with Green Jobs

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Jane Harman is out. It is about time! Now, who will take her place as Representative for the 36th Congressional District? Unfortunately, the vast majority of my neighbors are Democrats. The same group that voted Jerry Brown back into office, who's big plan is to ask the California voters to vote to tax themselves more. Am I the only one who thinks that is as stupid as it sounds? 

Reading the leading candidates ideas from the Democratic side is not very hopeful. Again, a lot of talk about green jobs. Green jobs? What makes a job green? Is green really better? Let me just take my light bulb for instance. If a green light bulb is better why does it cost more and last like 1/4 as long? The redistribution of wealth. My green into someone else's pocket! I would think to the voters of any part of the United States let alone California jobs, any jobs, would be the focal point of the debate. Green!? I don't care if they're purple with yellow stripes, the 36th Congressional District, like any other, needs jobs, no matter the color!

I even read of one candidate described as a "cerebral technocrat" who is worried about energy effecting climate change and the snow pack! Are you kidding me!!! Really? I can hear it now, "I'm pleased to announce that we will be shutting down the manufacturing plant because we believe it to create warmth which leads to the melting of the snow-pack." "Sorry about the loss of jobs, but we will be manipulating tax revenue to create green jobs. When? Soon."

Wake up California! Companies and jobs left Harman's district and she was clueless about it! Why vote in another clueless green jobless libnut? 
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