Isn't it pathetic to see John Boehner trying to look fierce saying, "You got your tax increase. No more."
Because the couple of percent that those who make over $400,000 a year are having to pay was waaay too much of a sacrifice, and their lives will never be the same as a result.
And if we then tax estates of a million dollars or more, those poor youngsters who inherit just might have to stand in line for food stamps with the Wal-Mart workers.
And if you've invested a couple of million dollars and have made umpty-million more through that investment, why shouldn't you get to keep every cent of those not-so-hard-earned dollars?
We who have the nerve to fight for a wage that allows us a decent roof, health care, high quality education, and maybe the right to a vacation with our family are really tired of the real whiners. It's the Mitt Romneys and Paul Ryans, the Rand Pauls and Eric Cantors who are doing the whining. Why should their money be used to fund public schools that their kids don't use? Or pay for roads and bridges that are crumbling? Or pay for health care that...
You know what? Each of those whiners gets quality health care paid for by us, the taxpayers. Yet they fight heartily to cut back Medicaid for the poor, Medicare for seniors, and Obamacare for all those of us who have been used and abused by the insurance industry.
They are neither courageous, nor are they patriots. They are the whiners.