Bill Kristol Surrenders: “It Won’t Kill Us if We Raise Taxes on Millionaires” (Video)

East coast Surrender Monkey Bill Kristol told the FOX News Sunday panel,

“It won’t kill us if we raise taxes on millionaires.”

Kristol has looked election defeat in the eye and decided to immediately surrender.
Who needs Democrats when you have Republicans pushing higher taxes?

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  • dwd

    If they’re going to cave, they need to find a way to target the tax increases on people like athletes and movie stars and musicians.

  • Bronson

    He’s purely motivated by his own self interest

    Time to kick this dinosaur to the curb

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  • Rachelle

    He is a perfect example of why the Republican Party is a modern failure.


    If you wonder why the GOP lost 3 million voters this past election just listen to Bill Kristol.

    The GOP as an organization is done. They stand for no principles. They are ineffective. They have proven to be incapable of handling power when they have it. They are no different than their competitor.

    My vote remains in my pocket. Let Rome burn. I have one grandson and his daughter wanted Obama and dems so be it.

  • bobdog

    Well, as long as Democrats agree to cut the rate of deficit spending increases over the next 20 years, I guess it’s OK to raise taxes in the middle of a self-induced recession. Besides, we won’t have true egalite (that’s Fraynch) until we eliminate poverty by confiscating the wealth of the evil rich until they’re no longer rich.

    Gotta give the little people some hope, after all.

  • Marcy

    It won’t kill them but it won’t help anyone either. The amount collected is not enough to save us. It’s over folks.

  • Big Al

    #2, great idea. If you make your income through any kind of “play” including “play acting” all income over $250k will be confiscated.

  • Mahdi Al-Dajjal

    I agree. All is indeed lost. We should now be pushing for the accelerated crash of the economy. Raise taxes on EVERYBODY! Raise corporate taxes up through the roof. Raise capital gains to the max. And as the economy collapses, let’s sit back and watch the Dems argue that taxes weren’t the problem.

  • King

    I always thought Kristol was the token Democrat on the panel. Always talked like one. So this isn’t a surprise. Beltway scum bag supporting scumbag beltway ideas that steal more money from Americans and funnel it to the beltway.

  • PegLeg

    I would be all for giving them what to want in order to push the blame onto them!

    Problem is, we will be blamed NO MATTER what is done! As we all know, the economy is still W’s fault and the recovery is non-existent because the Repubs have “obstructed” every move made by the Great One! Just think, we obstructed the Stimulus, Obamacare and Dodd-Frank! They can brag about his accomplishment and deny them at the same time! He can claim to want to tax “milionaires and billionaires” and then set the millionaire mark at $200K! Reagan granted amnesty and fewer Hispanics vote for our side! WE WILL FOREVER BE BLAMED FOR PROBLEMS!

  • donh

    Exactly #2…It is KILLING US in Public Relations imagery to spend the last generation coming off as defenders of corporate employers . The party has a single issue problem where it serves rich employers VERY VERY well holding the tax line, but that is a small population of voters….. and they never do a damn thing for the cut spending, cut welfare, cut regulators, cut the crap voter.

    We sould call the bluff and make Democrats put broad welfare reform on the table in exchange for tax hikes on the entertainment sector. Rich actors and athletes, close tax exemptions for movie production ……..BUT WHY DO THIS WHEN OBAMA IS LEAVING THE COUNTRY ?……BONER LOOKS LIKE A FOOL…..Trying to make deals with a wannabe tyrant dictator who isn’t even interested in compromise. …You made the gesture now LET IT GO OVER THE CLIFF !

  • bigkahuna

    I agree. Lets raise their rates 0.25% Obama told us that the rich can pay a little more.

    He didnt define a little more. Of course those increases will have to be combined with illegals being thrown out, Obamacare being repealed, and 10% cut in spending

  • ★FALCON★

    The larger problem is that Boehner and Cantor are unwilling to defend America from these lecherous Communists.

    If we had leadership I would say that we have the ability to defend ourselves. However, our representatives have clearly sold us out for expediency.

  • Jimstlmo

    Agreed. The crux of our problem is that the cause-effect relationship between the size of government and your pocket book is alien to too many voters.

    They voted for this Leviathan, fine. PAY FOR IT!

    GOP should shoot the hostage (us).

    Seriously, this party is led by people that hate conservatives. Maybe its better that Romney lost, because there was a lot of evidence the GOP wasn’t prepared to do what needed to be done. They were going to tinker on the edges.

    Atleast 80 million people didn’t vote, and the GOP rather than ask themselves why 80 million people didn’t vote, are asking how they can move further left and steal democrat votes.

    I don’t know if this party can be saved. The brand is mud. Perhaps its just time to move our flag over the the Libertarian party.

    You mention the words Republican or conservative to anyone under 30, and you’ve lost them.

  • ★FALCON★

    I agree with some that are calling for an accelerated economic crash.

    I have a better idea – if you can – don’t pay any taxes at all. This would encompass self-employed, independent contractors, and anyone with the ability to form a tax shelter.

    That will speed up the crash.

    One last point – after the last four years, with no budget and a spending frenzy, does anyone truly think that the Feds would formulate a balanced budget with additional revenue? No matter what comes in – they will spend more through spending resolutions.

  • DMG

    they need to find a way to target the tax increases on people like athletes and movie stars and musicians.

    And why is that?

  • DMG

    He is a perfect example of why the Republican Party is a modern failure.

    I think it has more to due with “legitimate rape.”

  • Ripped

    I guess you don’t get it that Federal withholding taxes were supposed to be a temporary thing? Bill Kristol and his fascist neocon Israel-first freaks are on the same side as 0bama they all should be on trial for High Treason.

    Federal Individual income tax withholding was supposed to be a temporary measure to shore up the nation in time of war. Last time I checked that one was still going on too…

  • RedStateGal

    Excuse me, but the electorate including the super-wealthy voted Obama and 4 more Democratic Senators into office. Give them what they want GOOD and HARD.

  • bigL

    Kristol was on the tv this am talking about all this. It may have been this tape. But he was smiling and so happy. While he may not have been happy with the loss, he sure did not look it. He seemed “positively giddy” about it.
    The GOP is terribly afraid of the tea party.
    We have to keep going with that.
    Even pointing out that X and Y teaparty candidates lost and some more too. But what is the record of the GOP elites and inow over the last 50 yrs. Horrible.
    I think teaPs have done very well. Hard to counter idiot statements.

  • cavt

    The dam is getting close to breaking regardless of who the controlling party is. (Not really a lot of difference–look at the laws put into existence by republican presidents. Best repubs seem to be able to do is slow it down.) I’m at the point now, I’d rather get it over with–let the dems have what they want. The lesson of history is that all great countries(empires) decline. The results of the decline will always be unpredictable, but if we stand up and face it(state secession, independant communities, ?)maybe we can control it as much as possible. The takers will be lost and become non-factors.

  • neverends

    I think it is time a new party is formed that actually has a platform that not only believes in fiscal conservation but actually supports that platform and elects people that will follow through on that platform.

    The dems are totally under control of the loony left/socialist/communist faction and the repubs are too weak and/or have no backbone whatsoever to stand up to them. I am sick to death of being told that minorities are going to become the major voting block in this country because they have been and are going to continue to be targeted by the dems to become completely dependent upon the government, thus ensuring their future votes.

    There were a bout 3 million fewer WHITE voters in the past election. That means that those are the people who gave the election to the commie-in-chief. I really think that those people did not vote because they felt that R/R would only continue to same practices in the republican party that have been exhibited since the Bush days and continues by the majority of elected republicans today.

    The only way to solve this problem is for people to dump the establishment people that run the repub party. There are only two ways to do that: either force the establishment to actually be conservative or dump the party completely. And, just how well has it worked out to force the establishment to move back to conservatism? Another election is down the drain and we are now going to forever live in a soft tyranny/socialist country that may be far too gone to salvage by the time another four years rolls around. I am to the point that I am VERY close to blaming the republicans for the hell my children will have to put up with for their futurel.

    We really need to think about how to deal with the nightmare created by the repubs that have and will continue to cave to the left!

  • MVH

    I’m sick of this pasty RINO. He should man-up and come out of the closet. D**n elitist!

  • Hy Feiber

    It’s time for the Divided States of America to file for Divorce. Or all will live in Tyranny!

  • Hy Feiber

    Sign the petition on the Texas Nationalist Movement website. The Line in the Sand was crossed on Nov 6. Free people are at a Crossroads.

  • Sasja

    They are not proposing a wealth tax, only an income tax. Most of the wealthy, like Buffet, either do not pay themselves a salary, or it is minimal. He still has not paid his corporate taxes. We also should end the tax breaks Hollyweird gets. They have billions we could tap. They seem to think those who actually do work don’t need their money. Well, neither do the perpetually pampered.

  • George

    Who said Bill Kristol is a Republican?

    Let me float my new idea that nobody has tried yet: reduce federal spending!

  • Hippies Still Smell

    We’ve seen this bedwetting behavior before.

    H.L. Mencken described Kristol’s ilk thus;

    “When the call was for a headlong attack they backed and filled. It thus became impossible, at the close of their campaigns, to distinguish them from mild New Dealers — in other words, inferior Roosevelts. He was always a mile ahead of them, finding new victims to loot and new followers to reward, flouting common sense and boldly denying its existence, demonstrating by his anti-logic that two and two made five, promising larger and larger slices of the moon.”

    plus ca’ change…

  • Hy Feiber

    If Boehner was a Leader, he would move to defund the healthcare monstrosity. Since Obumma doesn’t enforce laws he opposes, the opposition party should do the same!!! In a fight between Pitbulls and Poodles, the outcome is assured.

    Republican leadership Stinks!!

  • BridgetGB

    Slippery slope Bill, slippery slope

  • you don’t understand. career republican politicans want your money just as much as democrats.

  • Joe Clark

    Give me a break. Kristol has been making conservative/libertarian arguments and defending the political right for decades, while most of us were still in diapers, and everyone wants to kick him to the curb?

    Message to base: We lost two presidential elections in a row and the opposing party still controls the Senate while gaining 2 seats there. No one on the right, including Kristol, is in favor of raising taxes, but there are realities (both fiscal and political) that need to be dealt with. The country needs to move forward. The country has, in terms of federal/national leadership, stated that they were willing to accept higher taxes. That is the message of the dominant party.

    Give the country what they want while saying, “I warned you.” In fact, I’d put Obama’s budget proposal from earlier this year and give it 100% GOP support. If THIS is what the American people really want, well, then they’ll get it.

  • Ray

    Kristol,like his parents,is a Trotskyite at heart.

  • rabble-rouser

    speak for yourself jackleg. do you live paycheck to paycheck, hoping and praying to keep a roof over your family’s head? and yes I realize how blessed I am to have a warm bed to sleep in and have food to eat. It frightens me to think someone else feels I have too much and I should share.

  • Marybel

    Will you be surprised if Dem millionaires are granted waivers?

  • J. Knight

    Look, folks, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to hit the Democratic money machine with tax increases. Hit the movie and music industry hard, target the huge, untaxed sums hidden away by the likes of Soros, Buffet, Gates, Spielberg, and people like that. You will all of a sudden see a lack of interest in new taxes. Be smarter than they are, it’s not difficult.

  • George

    #21 RedStateGal “Excuse me, but the electorate including the super-wealthy voted Obama and 4 more Democratic Senators into office. Give them what they want GOOD and HARD.”

    Here’s the problem: Taxes are assessed on earnings; not on wealth. The super-wealthy have their money and are willing to deny others the mobility to become wealthy (through taxes on earnings).

    Here’s the solution: Eliminate this massive government that requires confiscating half of the fruit of *our* labor to exist.

  • cadcam

    You mean those millionaire facilities that make $250K?

  • cadcam

    You mean those millionaire FAMILIES that male $250K

  • oncebitten

    When danger reared its ugly head, Sir Kristol bravely turned and fled. La, la, la, fa, la, la, la.

  • American Woman

    Actually, Obama has always targeted those making over $250,000 for his increase in taxes. If he means married people making combined incomes of that amount, he will actually inflict a lot of pain.

  • American Woman

    Does any true conservative actually believe that this man should serve as a spokesperson for him/her?

    I personally can’t stand looking at him or hearing his voice.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    “It won’t kill us if we raise taxes on millionaires.”

    If I were him what I would have said was, “Eight out of the ten wealthiest counties in the country went for Obama. Why not play along with that and give them what they voted for?”

    And I would have said that very, very angrily.

  • Carbon Pootprint

    99.5% wealth tax on all Progressive Traitors!!!!! I want to see then & their families diving in dumpsters for food.

  • Oliver

    I say let them raise taxes on millionaires with ONE CONDITION:

    If the debt doesn’t go down by $XXX by Jan 2014, all money is refunded with interest and the rate drops back to where it was. And in the event the taxpayer dies, money is refunded to the estate with interest, and with no estate tax owing

    Ditto on Obamacare:

    Repubs need to send a bill to the Senate saying ALL MEMBERS OF CONGRESS & EXEC BRANCH must agree to coverage under Obamacare — no more premium coverage for the political elite! Make the Dems in the senate put their money where their mouths are!

  • Patty

    When you are trying to fight inflation, you have to go through this same thought process. The anti-inflationary impact per dollar of revenue increase from raising taxes on high-income households is muted by the tendency to save.

    It may not really even be possible to raise taxes on the wealthy to fight inflation. They’ll move out of taxable income and rely on lower-taxed sources of wealth, which doesn’t necessarily dry up demand. So you get a slower economy and continued inflation. It’s the basic recipe for stagflation.

    You can’t fight inflation by taxing the wealthy. And since fighting inflation is the primary reason our government would need to raise taxes, the proposals to raise taxes on the wealthy just don’t add up.

    Personally, I really don’t care anymore about what Kristol has to say.

  • Robert

    It’s the spending, stupid.

  • Edd

    And another one bites the dust. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but this country is through. No, I don’t belong to the Tea Party, and I’m not a “right-wing” extremist, but I can’t believe how these “conservative” politicians and commentators are going down one after another, starting with Boehner. They’ve all dropped their pants and grabbed their ankles.

  • DMG

    We also should end the tax breaks Hollyweird gets.

    What tax breaks does Hollywood get from the federal government?

  • More liberty

    There is a reason this guy hates the liberty movement and Rand Paul….because neocons are basically progressives.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    If the debt doesn’t go down by $XXX by Jan 2014, all money is refunded with interest and the rate drops back to where it was.

    Slight problem: You’re willing to play political hardball. The Republicans aren’t.

  • Oliver

    #53 – Blaque … maybe the Tea Party republicans have the balls to do it. It appears no one else does.

  • DMG

    99.5% wealth tax on all Progressive Traitors!!!!! I want to see then & their families diving in dumpsters for food.

    Or they could place a $0.01 surcharge on all the stupid comments made on right wing web sites, and the debt would be gone in less than a year.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    What tax breaks does Hollywood get from the federal government?

    Who said anything about the tax breaks coming from the feds? It’s pretty common knowledge that tax breaks they get are largely a state-by-state phenomenon.

    I’d be amenable to levying a new tax on the motion picture industry to counteract those state tax breaks. In the interest of them paying their fair share, of course.

  • Robert

    Maybe these geniuses could spend a little time thinking about the problems before spouting off about liberal solutions to them. Yesterday I heard Larry Kudlow advocating for amnesty.

    Among the problems:
    1. Liberal mainstream media
    2. Increased federal spending, by both parties
    3. Liberal mainstream media
    4. Government activism, by both parties
    5. Liberal mainstream media
    6. Racism by minorities, pandered to by both parties
    7. Liberal mainstream media

  • iconoclast

    #2 November 12, 2012 at 10:47 am
    dwd commented:

    If they’re going to cave, they need to find a way to target the tax increases on people like athletes and movie stars and musicians.

    Well, they are millionaires so nailing them will come with the total package. Except that there will always be exceptions.

    But I don’t really care any more. People making over $250K voted for Obama as well as donated heavily to him. Screw them. And screw the moochers who really believe the few dollars that will actually be collected from this tax raise will matter. My accountant is so much smarter than the drones in government that I might just end up paying less in taxes after the increase than before. Will this screw the economy? Yep, good and hard. Got my popcorn ready.

  • Ray

    12 million people didn’t vote that voted in 2008. Obama has no mandate to raise taxes or give amnesty.

  • did these millioniares cause the deficit? no it was the politicans. so we should give more money to the most fiscally irresponsible people in the history of the country to cut spending. thats a laugh, increases in taxation only result in increases in spending and ever increasing deficits so the politicans can get the idiots to agree to more tax increases.

  • Patty


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    If 25,000 people sign the petition by Dec. 7, it will “require a response” from the Obama administration, according to published rules of the White House’s online “We the People” program.

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  • Oliver

    p.s. And someone REALLY needs to teach Boehner how to play poker!

  • Oliver

    #55 DMG – better yet, a nickel for every LIE told by Obama, Pelosi, Reid et al.
    Debt problem solved.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    And someone REALLY needs to teach Boehner how to play poker!

    That would be useless. Every time he saw a hand shown that even looked like it was going to beat his, he’d fold.

  • JPhat

    Does anybody think this would fix our economic problems? I mean, we are talking about billions of dollars collected and just 10 days worth of paying the back what the govt spends in 10 days. Does anybody think if we agree to Democrat class warfare plans that they will stop calling us racist? Bill Kristol, you’ve moved from the Neocon label to the RINO label faster than Obama can say the words tax the rich.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Does anybody think this would fix our economic problems?

    Obie and the rest of the Democrat Party appear to think so.

  • Liberty

    GE/NBC isn’t exactly the movie industry but it doesn’t pay taxes, correct? And CSBNC has firmly implanted itself up Obama’s hind quarters.

  • iconoclast

    #65 November 12, 2012 at 2:26 pm
    JPhat commented:</blockquote

    No, raising the tax on millionaires will only make matters marginally worse. But just as the tax will recover little in taxes it will likely do little to damage the economy more than printing a trillion dollars will damage the economy. As for not being called racist, that will never end. The only way out from that is the same way as for the economy–straight thru. Through many bombs at the racist groups in the Democratic party–help the Hispanics at the expense of the Blacks, for example. Start defending European-Americans (aka "whites") and their heritage. etc., etc. After all, if these people want nothing more than to reap the spoils of a successful race war then they should at least have to fight for it.

  • crackermike

    Go ahead and tax wealth starting with Spielberg, Maher, Lucas, Feinstein et all. The faster the economy collapses now the better. Only after it hits bottom and the welfare dries up as it has in Greece will Capitalism return. People must be made to suffer for their idiocy or else nothing is learned. There must be pain to learn. Even the greediest and stupidest will realize they receive more welfare purchasing power under Capitalism than Socialism because the economy will be so much more productive.

  • Doug

    #34 I think you’re right, Joe. The only way liberalism ever goes into reverse is by hitting a brick wall. There’s no chance Obama’s tax hikes will close the deficit, just as Brown’s new taxes here in California have no chance of closing our state’s. But by opposing them, all the GOP seems to do is give the Democrats an excuse for the poor economic results. Around here, there’s still blaming prop 13 for the states budget woes – it’s an unquestioned article of faith among the brainwashed masses! Certainly, you don’t want to hold your breath waiting for the media to get to the bottom of things. Here in California conservatives are a vanquished foe. Maybe the new Democrat super-majority will get busy repealing prop 13 to “fix” the problem, so we don’t have to keep hearing that used as an excuse, numeric facts nonwithstanding. It’s no longer about numbers, the other side won’t look at ’em anyway. But once the excuse drawer is empty, the numbers might merit a glance.

  • Fuquay Steve

    Is that Peggy Noonan as a guy? If it quacks…..

  • Miss Peach

    Done with Republicans and done with Democrats. Both have turned their backs on the American people for their own selfish agendas. They think they know what is good for us while they have large salaries, excellent healthcare benefits, and big , fat pensions waiting for them when they retire. Government is corrupt and it is time for we the people to start a new third party of politicians who love our country, love God, and work for the good of the country, not their own selfish desires. I have never seen a country more divided. You know what they say….United we stand, divided we fall.

  • rolling thunder

    I’ve never seen such a bunch of limp-wristed Republican leaders. If this is all the Republicans have–a Boener, a Kristol, and a Hannity, then it’s time to call for a new party. Screw it! At least the conservatives will have something we can control. Yes, it’ll be based in the South and Great Plains and Midwest to start, but it’ll quickly spread to become the second most powerful political party in the US, after the Marxists/Dems.

    The Republicans of the NE have destroyed the party. Screw them. Leave the Northeast to their RINOs.

    The TEA PARTY must rise against these scandalous traitors to the Goldwater/Reagan legacy.

  • Jackson

    Kristol is the epitome of a mush-mouthed beltway weakling. And has been for years. Unfortunately for Republicans, doing the right thing in the face of the looming crisis is not, in light of the post-election day CW, perceived as an election winner. So what? That’s the kind of reasoning that the craven,idiot dems are known for. Republicans should stand on principle. Republicans should never betray those principles in order to appeal to the most worthless and pathetic of the Dem’s “coalition-of-the-damned”.

  • Oliver

    #65 JPHat – no, of course not. Even Obama is smart enough to do the math on this one. It has nothing to do with raising revenues or paying down the debt. That’s why I suggested making the tax increase conditional. GOP needs to call his damn bluff.

    It’s about power. It’s about divide & conquer. It’s about REVENGE. It’s about being able to say “I WON and you lost”. It’s about creating so much hatred of “the rich” that the oppressed will rise up (see Greece). It has absolutely NOTHING TO DO WITH RAISING REVENUES. It never has.

  • Restless

    And exactly how will it HELP us?

  • Write a check as large as you want to the Treasury, Belway-Bubble-Billy, and leave the rest of us alone.

  • rolling thunder

    What has died in this campaign is civility. Obama killed it. Romney and McCain practiced it and lost. The RINOs don’t understand that there’s a cultural war raging in this country. McCain went so far as to refrain from even mentioning “Hussein’s” middle name! Ha! Romney played Mr. Nice Guy throughout the campaign. He would never call Hussein on any of his numerous scandals–Fast and Furious or Benghazi. The Republicans must understand they’re dealing with Alinskyites who are determined to win and retain power by any means necessary. First off, FIRE BOENER!!! We need someone like Alan West as Speaker. If the RINOs won’t act, then the Tea Party must seriously consider forming a new party.

  • Dialogue to die Along

    It won’t kill us, just future gens.

  • Death of Integrity

    Taxes are like Santa’s gift in reverse, hey it’s only freedom of time and energy.

  • DMG

    I’d be amenable to levying a new tax on the motion picture industry to counteract those state tax breaks. In the interest of them paying their fair share, of course.

    Many other businesses get tax breaks from the states. Are you in favor on levying a new tax on them, as well? Or is this tax purely punitive, for potentially voting the wrong way?

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Or is this tax purely punitive, for potentially voting the wrong way?

    Who says it’s punitive? It’s Obie that wants such a scheme, right? The motion picture industry is full of wealthy people, so let them experience what they voted for. If it is indeed punitive then they basically did it to themselves.

  • mg4us

    Let’s start by over taxing the least productive high earners like lobbyists, consultants, talking heads, TV news reporters, hollywood actors, rock singers, and sports players. . .lawyers too!

    As well as a special tax on TV, Newspapers, concerts, movies and ball games.

    And let’s have a special tax on any wine over $35/bottle. . .
    Or Dinner over $40 pp.

    And let us not forget government workers making over $100K! including Judges, Congressmen, Senators and even the President.

  • Ghost

    “East Coast Surrender Monkey” I like it! Impressive. That’s how ya’ do it, More please.

    Play Rough, Get Tough- playing nice don’t count, goodness gets no credit. it Never has.
    enough with this effort at Unity- shoot flamethrowers into the cave tunnels

    because it’s DIRTY, and Dirty is the New Cool. make THEM eat their own crap they foist on the rest of us. They hide behind, “…the general welfare” when what they practice is “specific welfare”. The next step is Civil Disobedience, or, after the House caves in to Maobama…

    The Ultimate Cool will be Divorce, when Atlas Shrugs they’ll discover that Reality Bites, as Carole King said, “… It’s Too Late, baby, now it’s too late, though we really did try to make it- something inside has died and I can’t hide it and I just can’t fake it…”

    I see there is a mounting realization sweeping through Red State country,
    Divorce Now! while we can still reach an amicable settlement,
    sooner or later you’ll agree too.

    And, don’t worry about anyone trying to Preserve the Union? uhhh, who’s gonna do that?
    They hate us and we hate them, and both will be glad to see the other go. So be it.

  • DMG

    #55 DMG – better yet, a nickel for every LIE told by Obama, Pelosi, Reid et al.
    Debt problem solved.

    Cha-ching, another penny in the bucket. See how quickly it would add up?

  • DMG

    The motion picture industry is full of wealthy people, so let them experience what they voted for. If it is indeed punitive then they basically did it to themselves.

    Is that the new standard? We don’t have to follow the laws written by those we didn’t vote for? Interesting …

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    We don’t have to follow the laws written by those we didn’t vote for?

    What are you going on about? Under a tax-the-rich scheme the wealthy people that didn’t vote for him are going to get shafted anyway. The ones that did vote for him, his cronies, they’ll get their little breaks, payoffs, favors and whatnot, all largely running under-the-radar.

    Or in other words, they’ll have voted for him but won’t be suffering the full effects of his policies. Does that sound fair? It is about fairness, ain’t it?

  • linda

    Bill Kristol needs to go the way of the lemming. such a stupid man. he hasn’t been a true conservative for a very long time….just wants to be liked in the DC circles. what a creep.

  • Hugh

    What a dolt.

  • Winston Wolfe

    Do it. I don’t even care anymore.

    The sooner the whole thing crashes and burns, the sooner I can step over the charred corpses of the Left.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    …the sooner I can step over the charred corpses of the Left.

    That’ll be the day. The reason we are where we are now is due to their malignant influence, directly and indirectly.