Fw: Even the libs...

John blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Thu Feb 10 21:16:06 MST 2005

Actually, Charlie, the lefties don't know the difference betwixt
taxes and budgeting. In their minds, one equals the other.


John Q.

On Thu Feb 10 20:06:55 PST 2005, "csd_1212 at juno.com"
<csd_1212 at JUNO.COM> wrote:

> I actually got the same basic thing that she had more of an issue
> with HOW they were spent than say any constitutional issue...BUT
> still found it interesting that the left would point to taxes at
> all!  Seems like HOW it is spent IS budgeting, not "taxes",,,
> Slip of the tongue?  ? ? :-)
> Charlie Darling
> -- John <blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET> wrote:
> Quite frankly, I got that she doesn't want to pay taxes in
> America
> anymore - *NOT* because of the certain level of taxation, but
> that
> she doesn't agree with how her tax money is being spent by this
> Administration. She needs to learn that all spending
> appropriations begin in the House and that's constitutional law
> at
> work. The Bush Administration doesn't control spending. The House
> does.
> Anybody else see things differently here?
> John Q.
> On Tue Feb 08 19:48:40 PST 2005, "csd_1212 at juno.com"
> <csd_1212 at JUNO.COM> wrote:
>> So here it is - Note that at the end she says it's TAXES ! ! !
>> Are the libs starting to let the truth Slip Out ? ? ? ?
>> ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
>> From an article on people emigrating to Canada after Bush won
>> (2004)
>> "...Melanie Redman, 30, assistant director of the Epilepsy
>> Foundation in Seattle, said she had put her Volvo up for sale and
>> hopes to be living in Toronto by the summer. She and her Canadian
>> boyfriend, a Web site designer for Canadian nonprofit companies,
>> had been planning to move to New York, but after Nov.2, they
>> decided on Canada instead.
>> "I'm doing it," she said. "I don't want to participate in what
>> this
>> administration is doing here and around the world. Under Bush,
>> the U.S.
>> seems to be leading the pack as the world spirals down."
>> Redman intends to apply for a conjugal visa, which can be easier
>> to get than the skilled worker visa that most Americans require.
>> To do so, she must prove she and her boyfriend have had a
>> relationship for at least a year, so she has collected supporting
>> paperwork, like love letters, to present to the Canadian
>> government.
>> "I'm originally from a poor, lead-mining town in Missouri, and I
>> know a lot of the people there don't understand why I'm doing
>> this," she said. "Even my family is pretty disappointed. And the
>> fact is, it makes me pretty sad, too.  But I just can't bear to
>> pay taxes in the United States right now."..."

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