John Ransom
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Not content to have raised taxes again, the Democrats have turned into a caricature of the caricature that the GOP said they were all along, greedy for money, not satisfied even though government spending will account for 41 percent of GDP in 2012.

Swaziland, Albania and Vietnam spend less on government as a percentage of GDP.

Back in the USA, Liberals are already demanding- this before the new tax receipts have even hit the US Treasury’s bank account- that taxes go up again.

And other liberals are whining that they didn’t know that the newest taxes applied to them.        

What can I tell you? Prepare for more fairness everyone.

Because politicians, liberals will argue, don’t cause tax increases, it’s the dirty, rotten dollars that cause tax increases. And the only way liberals know how to deal with anything, including dollars, is by regulating, confiscating and rationing.

In short, they need to institute “dollar control” to remedy the problem of tax increases.   

If liberals could make sure that only the government had access to dollars, then everyone would be safe from high taxation.

The first step in this plan is banning high capacity bank accounts that millionaires and billionaires use to keep the rest of us down. These high-capacity bank accounts hold millions and billions of dollars, and, if in the wrong hands- see Bush, Geo. - have the potential of creating massive jobs, profits and mass prosperity.

In short, a liberal genocide.

Because while Bush spent money, he kept unemployment down; while Bush waged war poorly, the economy was better off. And even if Bush created a deficit, the red ink was more incidental than it was intentional. 

You can’t argue that Obama’s had anything but a negative result on: 1) unemployment; 2) national security; or 3) taming the federal budget.

And that’s not incidental, it’s intentional.

For your intentions Mr. Obama, thank you.

They’ve helped saved the GOP once again from their own failures.                     

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John Ransom

John Ransom is the Finance Editor for Townhall Finance.