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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

That damned Prince

What's Mallard raving about today?

Government

Mallard Fillmore is admitting he's an Anarchist.

Why do you hate the Founding Fathers, Mallard?

10 comments:

Tog said...

I'll grant Batshit this much; no government is EVER to be "trusted." Absolute power and all that.

But I'll be futtbucked if I'm going to listen to this from Batshit, who never fails to aid and abet big government power consolidation whenever the GOP is in charge.

Of course, none of this is germane to Batshit's point, which is: HURF HURF! PEEPUL WHO WUD RETHER PAY TACKSES THAN LET THE NAYSHUN COLLASPE N BURRN R DUM! GIT A BRIAN MORANIS!! HURF HURF!

exanonymous said...

Mallard Fillmore doesn't understand sarcasm. Big surprise.

Kip W said...

Nameless, No-Asterisk Poll is right! Who could trust the government with all those Republicans in it anyway?

Anonymous said...

Nobody wants to pay higher taxes. The whole point is that of taking responsibility for paying off the Bush war deficit first, so that your great-grandchildren don't have too. (Bush "kicked the can" to the moon.)
Once you get the deficit back to pre-Bush levels, THEN you can cut taxes.

DW

Frank Stone said...

The alleged poll refers to "trusting" the government, but the straw man pictured is wearing a t-shirt proclaiming his LOVE for "big govt."
Either Brucie is deliberately conflating trust and love or, in his typical kindergartner fashion, he simply makes no distinction between the two ("If you trust the guv'mint so much, why don'tcha marry it?").

digger said...

I must disagree with DaveyK on this one--BT is hardly an anarchist. Anarchy is the absence of leaders (or at least entrenched leadership) including the rich who are the real rulers of this country. BT, with his anti-tax rants ad nauseum, is such a shill for rich, corporate interests such as Exxon, Monsanto, pharmaceutical corps, etc. Get rid of THEM first then there will hardly be a government left to get rid of.

rewinn said...

The answer is implicit in the question:

"Do you want to pay more taxes?"

"No, of course not."

"Would you rather pay more in taxes or cut Medicare?"

"Pay more in taxes"

DiR said...

A few thousand executives for billion-dollar corporations are literally raping the financial well-being of millions of Americans and the world economy.
And Tins is worried about having to pay another 0.5% income tax.
I'm not sure what phrase is more-appropriate, "useful idiot" or "wag the dog".

Kip W said...

Once you get the deficit back to pre-Bush levels, THEN you can cut taxes.

Actually, Bush had the deficit handed to him at a pre-Bush level, and then he cut taxes. We're wallowing in the result.

Kip W said...

Also, this.