Friday, September 2, 2011

Maxine the Gangster: Flush 'em Friday: The 9 2 11 Edition

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Hello everybody and happy Flush 'em Friday!!!
Today I would like to start off the list with one of the biggest bigots, racist and plain goof-ball American politics has ever seen...

  • Maxine Waters...for wanting to tax banks (does this include the one her husband has an interest in?) out of existence. The gangster politician speaks.
  • The Feds, DOJ, for raiding Gibson guitars and suggesting that they outsource labor to Madagascar. 
  • Progressives: because what is progressive (positive in any way) about the progressive agenda? 
  • Frank McCourt...take the money and leave.
  • People who turn right from the far left lane (3 lane roads) with about 100 feet to go, while smoking and texting.
  • Again, purple cars. 
  • Soccer players who flop and lay on the ground for extended periods of time.
  • Housing prices, they still need to drop.
  • Individual bags a chips, because the amount of chips keeps getting smaller.
  • Goecaches that aren't maintained.
That is my list for this week.
What's on yours?
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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

No Tax Tuesday and Chocolate the 8 30 11 Edition

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Yesterday I went by Ralphs to pick up few items to go with the pizza I was going to barbecue. In the line at the checkout I noticed some Twix and the sign said "Buy 2 get 1 free". Good deal. You know that candy, even chocolate, is taxed because it is not really food. I like chocolate. But, my wife and daughter sometime crave chocolate and they have to have it.  Chocolate is at times, a need, so I believe it should not be taxed.

Now, here is my beef with taxing chocolate as if it was not a necessity. If your a married man you know that sometimes your wife needs chocolate. Maybe like me it happens after you eat dinner. You get comfortable on the couch, turn on the TV, and your wife says, "I could really use some chocolate." You try to ignore her. "Honey, don't you want some chocolate?" You might reply, "No, I'm good, thanks." A few moments quickly pass. "Honey, I really want some chocolate." Fellas, you know how this goes. Luckily for me there is a 7-11 and a Rite-Aid within a block from where we live.

Now, let me ask you this (I know that sounds Southern). At that moment isn't chocolate a need? If I want to enjoy the rest of my evening in peace you are darn right I need to go get it for my wife! Now, as a life bonus my wonderful daughter is getting to be the age where she "wants" chocolate too. So now at times I have my wife and my daughter in need of chocolate. "Daddy, can you go get some chocolate ice cream?" I need to a have a stash someplace...

My point is that for me to have two happy women in my home, I need some chocolate, so therefore chocolate is a necessity. Since it is a necessity it should not be taxed. This No Tax Tuesday is a call for no taxes on chocolate because sometimes you just got to have some chocolate.
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