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(M) SpongeBob SquarePants is right.
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[david bourton] - We've had very low taxes on the richest in society for near 40 years now. I'm sure the trickle is coming folks, just wait a bit longer! ;)
[kevin o'leary] - If you cut taxes to the point that it opens up a big deficit, then it undermines the economy, and the currency, and has the opposite effect. Cutting taxes on the rich at a time of war is ludicrous. However, the idea that more money in the market doesn't bolster the economy is ludicrous. Tax cuts targeted toward the middle class are certainly more effective, but cutting taxes on any class, as long as they are properly balanced against spending, are good for growth. It was a bad idea in the 2000s, because taxes were cut while spending also increased. Conservatives stopped believing in math. That was the real problem.
[jeff kato] - The irony of those committing class warfare and distributing the wealth to themselves crying about libs doing the same to them. When libs just want the rich to stop pillaging the rest of us.
[michael abracham] - 30 years of tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations have shown that it does not trickle down the the middle and lower income classes. All it does is concentrate more and more wealth in the pocketbooks of the wealthy, who already owned the majority of wealth in the USA before the tax cuts were even started under Ronald Reagan.
[david villegas] - Delusion!!! Not imagination!
[chris goodman] - How can any of you say trickle down works. We have the lowest tax rates ever seen and it isn't trickling down. Companies are making their biggest profits ever, the stock market is at an all-time high, and still no jobs. How about we raise the capital gains tax just 2%? I know that will never happen.
[deborah rosen] - Oh, something is trickling down, all right. But it isn't money.
[howard bradbury] - Did anyone else read that in his voice?
[sean gillhoolley] - During really difficult times peasants have been known to pick out undigested grains from the horse manure. I believe that is an excellent analogy to Trickle Down Economics.
[dan korn] - Spongebob would definitely approve. His house is underwater.
[joshua hiatt] - When the rich also run the money supply and have a main goal of getting richer, it screws us all. They just let people work hard and purchase things, then devalue there savings and homes. People can't keep up, they are forced to give things up at less than value. The rich r the only ones left w money so they but everything up. Suddenly things have value again and a new group can work there lives away to purchase the assets from the rich at inflated value. Until they start the cycle again. They just take more n more, leaving less n less. And if their lil scheme blows up, their bought n paid for gvt officials bail them out w the tax money corporations don't have to pay
[bill ledeboer] - if you want to try and argue this point
[troy mathis] - Let me be more specific for your super powered intellect. Couch dweller: someone who does not work, who sets on the couch or a chair, maybe even a love seat or lays in bed all day watching tv or browsing the internet while doing one of the following; eating chips purchased with food stamps, smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol purchased with welfare money (I mean unemployment money), or staring at the television in a zombie state brought on by a media brainwashing in a dreamy liberal utopia. If you people were as smart as you claim you would have enough sense to look at history and see what socialism Leeds too. But instead you buy the lie that's being fed too you and spit it back out as gospel truth. We're all going to see just how correct we are in a very short time and the real fools will have mud on their face. Wake up....seriously
[troy mathis] - Somebody has to CREATE jobs! It sure isn't going to be you socialist couch dwellers.
[kevin o'leary] - Couldn't agree more Thomas. That's why I wrote that middle class tax cuts are much more effective overall. The give and take is alot better on here than on those conservative pages. Those guys are so intractable that you'd think that they have a,mindset that is governed by a system of pseudologic that states that the earth is 6000yrs old...
[joshua hiatt] - The southern Democrats which wanted the status quo and who later wanted a return to slavery and wanted to maintain Jim crow laws were the very definition of conservative - traditionalist - reactionary. U look it up sucka
[amelia paz] - It's called delusional.
[amanda honeywell] - Nah, that's not imagination - it's delusion.
[michael matalucci] - And $85 billion/month of QE? What's that?
But don't worry. Obama is going to nominate someone even more dovish than the Bernank. Her name is Janet "Never Met a Negative Interest Rate for the Banks That I didn't Like" Yellen.
Fed Funds Rate to -2%!!!!!! Pay the banks to borrow money. What could possibly go wrong?
[jason hole] - How about not allowing for our tax money to fund these corporations to begin with.
[kevin o'leary] - John, are you implying that people will stop trying to become wealthy because they are taxed at 50% of income? I doubt that smart people will stop striving to become CEOs, starting successful businesses and becoming surgeons anytime soon Come on dude...
[kevin o'leary] - The tax rate on capital gains was recently raised to %25 correct? A hedge find manager making a million a year gets taxed at the federal level at about 40%. Add in state taxes, property taxes, and sales taxes, and that number is at 50% of income. So even if an investment doubles, they still pay 25%. And when they profit on their investment, they are free to invest in another company, increasing economic growth. At least I recognize that someone like me, who pays 12-15k a year in taxes, is contributing less to society than someone like Bill Gates, who contributes millions upon millions.
[maurice lee lamar] - Ronald Reagen had a very vidid imagination. First he was a Democrat, black balled by the union, then he was a Republican. Married then unmarried then married. Could not make a move without his wife, cranking Nancy, check with an occult. That my friends is trickle down theory.
[joshua hiatt] - Comparing progressives and liberals of today w the southern Democrats is like saying conservatives identify w Tories n wish they were under British rule
[joshua hiatt] - No, just everyone's fair share to help the least of us in need. When most of us have so much comfort and a few of us gather more than we could ever use, we shouldn't have those among us w nothing. In the richest nation in the world, none should starve on the streets or we r not a nation at all. Just a bunch of greedy individuals lacking in compassion
[joshua hiatt] - Yes there were deeply religious people on the 19th century that also embraced progressive social ideas.
[joshua hiatt] - So your telling me it was not a prigressive idea to free slaves, give equal rights, give sufferage to minorities and women, etc etc etc? U must b kidding me Ignacio
[joshua hiatt] - Faith was on both sides of the fight. That means nothing. In the south, they went to kkk meetings after church. Hell, even Nazis in the 30s would have told u they were good Christians. That don't mean shit
[john blaze] - Paychecks for CEO's are one thing. But the second part of that sentence, "subsidies for large corporations", really needs to be talked about more. For all the complaining that people do about the size of government and the amount of taxes they owe, I wonder how much of that anger would go away if more people simply saw evidence in their everyday lives of their tax dollars benefiting society directly, rather than being spent on huge subsidies for major corporations. Frankly, we need to get an overall higher return in investment on every dollar of taxes we pay, rather than, say, 30% of ever dollar going straight to the DOD and military contractors.
[don brunson] - When you believe that corporations pay taxes, that's called "gullible". Customers pay all corporate taxes.
[manuel tamargo] - It goes nowhere if the CEO gets it all, or his cronies on the Board of Directors.
[andrew layton] - When you believe in Keynesian economics it's called "delusion."
[teresa moon tate] - Um actually it's called delusion.
[chuck edmonds] - Both sides guilty
[mary lou briggs] - Democrats were against Civil Rights! Look it Up!
[raymond tex guerra] - Because raising taxes on large companies will make them lower prices on goods and services and make them higher more people at greater wages. That's called "Magic!"
[zac coleman] - Ignacio J. Couce, are you an idiot? Religious people were in both sides if the argument, including Bible passages specifically stating that it's ok to have slaves... The progressive religious people wanted change, the conservative religious people did not. Religion was neutral in the matter. Our do you think all the conservative anti civil rights and anti abolitionists were atheists?
[marcia alig] - Reagan's biggest lie.
[thomas cotnoir] - 1000 middle class families contribute more to the economy than one rich family that is "worth as much" as those thousand families, yatchs and mansions included. 20 luxury cars vs 1000 moderate cars 1000 moderate homes vs 2 mansions etc.
[jeremiah patlan] - Or it's called bullshit, but you know, tomato/tomato.
[davis verbrick] - Yea because raising taxes on companies makes them hire so many more people, and regulating the shit out of them makes the job market so much bigger. Give me a break spongebob... talk about imagination
[christopher hammer] - Caution Adult Language used: http://www.southparkstudios.com/full-episodes/s11e10-imaginationland
[kevin o'leary] - John Kennedy cut taxes from 70 down to 50% on top earners, and it dramatically increased growth.
[kevin o'leary] - Tax cuts bolster investment and growth. The more money there is in the market, the better it is for everyone.
[joshua hiatt] - Democrats were, but not liberals or progressives. CONSERVATIVE southern Democrats were mary
[joshua hiatt] - I was going to respond, but I would mostly b repeating zac
[joshua hiatt] - And did someone tell u socialism is accomplished through sitting on couches?
[joshua hiatt] - Do u have no couch at home Troy?
[joshua hiatt] - In the 18th century, private property was a liberal idea
[joshua hiatt] - The ideologies of abolitionists and civil rights activists was clearly progressive and more in line with the liberals of today. The southern Democrats n kkk filth of the early twentieth proclaimed Jesus the whole time and I guarantee they would b voting Republican, not Democrat if they were alive today
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[joshua hiatt] - Rush is the propagandists mouthpiece if the GOP, not its leader
[joshua hiatt] - Right Virginia and Reagan is there false idol
[joshua hiatt] - Ignacio, the Republican and Democratic parties r far different from the parties of the 19th n early 20th centuries. A more accurate discription would b that liberals pushed for emancipation and civil rights and are fought tooth n nail b conservatives kicking n screaming the whole time and to this day. I hate when conservative Republicans somehow try to claim they brought about civil-rights while condemning progressives in the next breath
[joshua hiatt] - Unfortunately, their could b a few sitting on them
[joshua hiatt] - And their working well. U can't find a single terrorist hiding in a state department toilet
[joshua hiatt] - Hey, those r anti terror toilets! Lol
[jim tabor] - I was thinking clinical psychosis....but imagination works I guess....
[jasette martinez] - Haha. The piss down theory
[louis m. perez] - It's called delusional.
[laura bickel] - 'Trickle down economics'. I swear, someone, somewhere some spin-master took the phrase 'shit rolls downhill' and ran with it. So us peons are supposed to sit here like baby birds with our mouths open waiting for the 'good shit' to come raining down?
[jason melchiore] - Lol when you think that imposing more costs like minimum wage, obamacare, and corporate taxes will keep business that we still have here in the US.
That is imagination
[barry gumbert] - SpongeBob and the GOP are both thinking INSIDE the box
[ralph tucker] - We've been cutting back money for social programs for over 30 years now,and its still not enough for the Republicans. The people they don't want to feel no pain are the rich of course.
[brandon winfield] - It's a called a fuckin pyramid scheme. Rich get richer and poor stay poor.
[michael brandy baldwin] - Incomes for the wealthiest Americans have seen exolosive increase. Stock market has replaced all its losses and then some, but the middle class continues to shrink and the amount of people in and under the poverty level continue to grow. Of all those recieiving benefits less than % 12 are unemployed but make so little the qualify for aid.
When is the trickle down gonna trickle down?
[jon blake] - Yes. It's also called bullshit.
[barry bilicki] - Ray they should pay all taxes to the goverment not hide profits like GE did a couple of years ago 0% profits in USA but 95billion from overseas
[senaida balberan] - all the way distributed in harvatek Bingo store........
[jim brasher] - Reagan tried to kill unions then he was nearly killed.
[richard kent] - When you believe you pay taxes but recieve deductions for children, mortgages and business expenses that equal more than you paid in....
That is also imagination.
[phillip walz] - I'm sick of being trickled on by the wealthy.
[hall jesse] - More like fantasy!
[kevin o'leary] - Nobody who works for a living should live in poverty. Minimum wage should be double what it currently is. Nobody should be asked to live on $8 per hour. But let's face it, unemployment is at 4% for people with specialized credentials, and at 20%+ for high school dropouts. This all boils down to education.
[laura leigh o'neal hall] - I would rather not be a member of that "nation".
[brent hooton] - That's especially awesome if you imagine SpongeBob's voice!
[steven kosoy] - They didn't get rich by letting it trickle down.
[jeann topper] - Nobody ever takes a hit except the middle class
[lee ann astore] - It is called BULLS--T!!!!!
[neal barnes] - When u give the rich buisness man a choice 0f paying more tax or get an investment tax credit for buying equipment or building a new factory that creates new jobs. paying good wages lets the middle class buy things like new cars , go out to dinner, take vacations, that also creates jobs, not tax cuts for the rich ,trickle down economics is a pyramid scam.
[stan clarke] - Good night Yvonne x
[rob hankins sr.] - Biggest con ever..
[azuki d azalea] - if the government taxed say natural ethrogens to save the planet we would have cash left for good causes that the only way id disagree
[wes elkins] - Nah, it's not imagination, it's just delusional. If you believe in trickle down economics, you also believe in the tooth fairy, unicorns and tinkerbelle.
[kevin o'leary] - Oh, so you prefer that that money be spent on a government program, where a large % of that money goes to overhead? This goes to the root of an ideology that believes that people only have money if the government permits them to keep it. Our country was founded on self determination. People who have done well need to contribute to society, but when you stop recognizing that they own what they have, and they are free to earn whatever they can, you start on a slippery slope to where people own nothing, and all possessions exist only at the discretion of the government.
[sean mankos] - All depends on the company. The manufacturer I work for is very good about passing their profits on to the employees.
[virginia rawak bruce] - it's become a quasi-religious belief.
[michelle stewart garschagen] - Oh, no..don't drag poor Spongebob into this mess.
[william matthew watkins] - When you believe the welfare state is a viable alternative its called imagination.
[kevin o'leary] - Sean, if it was LBJ then I stand corrected, but I could have sworn that it was passed in 61 or 62, but I might be wrong. In either case (just like civil rights legislation), it was a continuation of policy by JFK.
[charles hodges] - First you folks follow the lead of fictional news shows, and now you're agreeing with cartoon sponges?!?! Really?!!!? No wonder you dummies are destroying this country!!
[pat cincotta] - Use anything you have to make a political statement, as long as it is the right one!
[kevin o'leary] - John I agree, and that is where we are currently. Sales taxes, state taxes, and federal taxes puts the effective rates for the rich at about 50% now. Obama has found the correct rates, same as Bill Clinton did. Money invested by the rich in anything, yachts included, is a good thing. I think that for some liberals, it is more about "fairness", and less about economics and reality. Every decision in goverent should be made based on pragmatic logic.
[daniel s hicks] - some people still think the earth is flat cause a republican official said so .....
[angie ward carothers] - Every time I see this picture I can here him saying it...Imaaaaaaaginaaaaaation....Since I have seen the show a zillion times I can't hear the word "imagination" without hearing it the way Spongebob says it.
[caleb thomson] - That's just too good.
[nancy bradley] - yes , good word for it
[christopher evans] - I was going to say delusional... but Julie beat me to it.
[louis rubio] - What if we just cut out the middle man and gave the money right to me;)
[star fish] - More like denial, or better still delusion
[aricka sundstrom] - Kevin O'leary, tax cuts for the richest & fire corporations actually stagnates the economy, where have you been?
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[eddie lee] - Love it. Republicans live in a bubble. They are clueless and have almost destroyed this great Constitutional Republic. They cannot handle the fact that this nation is rapidly changing. They are hysterical today. The ACA exchanges roll out tomorrow and it hasn't been repealed or defunded. They really believed Fox News, Ted Cruz, the Heritage Foundation, Glenn Beck, and Rush Limbaugh. That's not imaginary. They've been brainwashed to the point that they now suffer from mass psychosis!
[bryan jarzyniecki] - The theory of trickle down would be nice if the people at the top werent greedy if bonus income did trickle down but alas the fat fuck at the top keeps it all
[gail weaver] - Seriously. How many of you read that in SpongeBob's voice?
[jonathan brown] - We need a flat tax.
[chris matheny] - more like it's called a drug induced hallucination
[john gabert] - Hmmm. Is SpongeBob talking about the solar power or wind farm industries?
[jigg saww] - it's called being fucken delusional
[james kessler] - i'd more call it "Magical unicorn thinking"
[glenn mansfield] - That's the second stupidest thing I've ever heard.
[ignacio j. couce] - Right, because no one has ever benefitted from the computers, Internet, MRIs, DNA sequencing, smart phones, or anything else that the capital from those tax cuts and credits made possible. (Only the government, or a liberal, would call a company keeping more of the money it earned, "a subsidy.")
Liberals will understand economics, when hell has nice beach weather.
[marie macdonald quick] - Who is whining about a 50% tax rate? If you do some research you can find tax rates as high as 94%, and the economy did very well and the rich remained rich. Why? Tax deductions. They had to spend it in order to get the deductions, expanding and improving their businesses. Money circulated and came back around to them, benefitting others as well. When taxes are at low rates as they are now, the rich hoard and the economy stagnates.
[ricky kissel jr] - Everyone always said Rush is the leader of the GOP, now we know where liberals get their ideas from! I think I will stick with libertarian ideas
[shonna nelson williams] - Ben Bernanke, is printing off monopoly money for us to spend our way out of debt. Meanwhile, our currency has absolutely no standard. Keep on spending!
[shonna nelson williams] - Those international socialist corporate enterprises aren't helping us. Here's an idea, let's let everyone keep their "own" money. ;-)
[susan lander] - I'd like to point out that SpongeBob Square Pants does not have square pants. They are rectangular!
[ronald beaulieu] - When you think the government is the solution to everything, that's called... STUPID :D
[ignacio j. couce] - Government will solve all our problems, if we only hand over all our money , and prerogatives to them. Now that's REAL magical thinking!
[ignacio j. couce] - Now you're inventing: "progressive religious people".
[ignacio j. couce] - Joshua Hiatt, you can try to rewrite history, as liberals often do, to suit your needs. However, facts are pesky, persistent things.
The abolitionist and civil rights movements were both primarily championed by people of faith, and driven by their religious beliefs, not by any "progressive" agenda.
[ignacio j. couce] - Joshua Hiatt, you're dead wrong. The abolitionist movement, as well as the civil rights movement, was primarily championed by religious people and classical liberals (libertarians), and had nothing to do with left-wing politics as we know them today.
[ignacio j. couce] - Liberals label "trickle down" a failure, but seem to have no clue as to how our standard of living, and all the technology around us on which it rests came about.
Without the capital formation that lower taxes created, we don't get the investment that brought us personal computers, the Web, iPods and iPhones, MRIs, DNA sequencing, etc. That's how
Fine, you can have higher taxes, and tax the rich at 90%! But then don't expect the breakthroughs, services and products that that capital would have created.
No, instead you'll get $1200 Dept. of Defense toilets.
[gloria morales mata] - I have been waiting for the "trickle down" since Regan. My nomination for the second worst president after Bush Jr.
[andy n stef nations] - ha! kinda like the thought that low cost/ nearly free healthcare wont cost anyone a dime extra and provide excellent service... yea iMaGiNaTiOn!!!
[lucas mingst] - I'd have gone with "Delusion".
[judene simmons] - You go Spongey:)
[jeannie boos fingar] - Ray if the rich don't get richer they won't give me a job at minimum wage with no health care. Bhahaha
[clark pope] - Better than trickle up poverty I guess.
[zac huse] - Then why does liberal's beloved Cosco get them?
[ashley lott] - It's more likely to trickle down than grow from the bottom up!
[vincent pendergrass] - Hey Ray, we've had low corporate tax rates since the Bush era tax cuts implemented in 2003. Where is this job generation you speak of? We should be drowning in jobs. Yet the top 1% keep getting richer
[ray yody] - The trickling comes in the form of creation of jobs. Raising taxes and cutting subsidies on big business sends firms overseas to find more big-business-friendly countries with lower taxes and a cheaper workforce.
[dennis roach] - wait a bit longer...yeah,right?
[michael reilley] - No, I think its called "Dreaming" or "Fantasy."
[keeley mills] - Thank-you Sponge-Bob.
[allen graywolf persinger] - that's the damm truth ....IMAGINATION''
[ella figgs davis] - ...It's also being delusional. Delusion a false belief. to maintain a false belief in the face of facts...........
[billy burr] - when Regan did it , it was called trickle down economics and it was working until the democratic congress stopped it. the poor were better off than at any other time in the last 50 years.
[sharon nickles] - It could also be called stupid.
[loren bell] - Hey it's SpongeBob;)
[felix murad] - love that episode :)
[scott brock] - @ Jon Bai - because 50% of a lot is still a lot. You can't tell me that it would hurt John Hammergen to be taxed 50% of his 132 million annual salary.
[daniel gardner] - Then why is the state of Illinois giving huge tax cuts to archer Daniels to stay in their state?
[jay roberts] - that's one thing you can call it.
[william yang] - Being high on LSD.
[anne griffin] - Or more like brainwashing by the media as they are big corporations. Thank God for the internet and social media.
[thomas w. baray] - I would think it would be called delusion.
[shane scissons] - The funny thing is, democrats have been believing trickle down has been working for the past 40 yes lol
[michael ramsey] - it's called getting pissed on!
[selena britnell daniel] - as real as the Tooth Fairy!!
[alex garcia] - For anyone who thinks trickle-down economics works in our Corporate-subsidized economy of today, think again. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIhOXCgSunc
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[joel templeton] - This is for Ben, who didn't like the use of Sponge Bob...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2auI6Uz3D8I
[john shepherd] - Everyone knows who trickles down but now the Tea Party wants to dump on the middle class.
[doug helms] - I'm a fan of Spongebob (and I'm retired), but I think having him used in this poster makes a good point. Hell, they use everything else! Sorry if it offends some but it doesn't bother me. (Just please don't use Squidward! :( )
[carlos quintanilla] - Lol yea you do Austin. Look at the meme again.
[laura lee daehlin] - yep hahahahahahaha
[christina rockwood] - Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?! :-P
[rick vartian] - Its called PATHETIC!
[lori durham chastain] - Why is this popping up on my timeline all day? I never liked or shared this
[octavio dela mora] - Austin Tutor, please tell us the truth....
[russell a. shupp] - Hahahaha this is perfect!
[freda jones] - My 12 year old loves sponge bob
[alberto castilleja] - True, as a business owner I want to keep all the movie. I want to pay my workers the least possible plus their just helping me build my dream. :)
[anthony grande] - I grew up lower middle class and my family got tax cuts and large refund checks from the Bush Administration. We aren't a large company.
[david gorris] - If that rich business decides to take his profit and has a vacation home built, that creates a lot of jobs... simple capitalism.
[jonathan brown] - You could completely downsize the IRS and the government would receive more money. The most successful civilizations in history have had a flat tax.
[stephen schaefgen] - Woooooowwwww! Lalalalalala....
[neal tomlinson] - Maybe for the big dogs the effect is minor but, for small business it would but they fall under the definition of rich and therefor don't qualify.
[robin feusner] - Not in the REAL WORLD. out of touch with the real labor force.
[ben papsun] - Please don't use Spongebob to make a political statement...
[sandra schwab] - ha ha new delusional diagnosis to go with Truman syndrome
[anaiis salles] - It's actually getting pissed on...there is no trickle down of money, folks.
[pearl mckinley] - Ô
More like stupidity
[freddie adkins] - yEP I do believe the sponge is right
[thomas f. mccoy] - Trickle down? I think Republicania needs a T.U.R.P.S. operation.
[thomas f. mccoy] - Lewis Black calls it BULLSHIT. I tend to agree.
[frank montag] - your all Muslims and you don't even know it, hows that for imagination.
[ignacio j. couce] - Zac Coleman, idiots call others idiots.
[ignacio j. couce] - No, I'm not kidding you, Joshua Hiatt. You need to read some history - or perhaps a lot. Those ideas didn't not arise out of the Progressive movement. They arose amongst religious people inspired by their religious beliefs long before the Progressive movement began. Again, check history.
[ignacio j. couce] - Moreover, Joshua Hiatt, the two exponents of the Progressive movement in the late 19th and early 20th, T.R. and W.Wilson, were racist anti-Semites. Contrary to popular belief, being "progressive" didn't mean you weren't a racist. In fact, eugenics is the product of left-wing politics applied to science.
[ignacio j. couce] - Kevin O'leary, civil rights legislation, from Emancipation to that of the 50s and 60s, were Republican drafted and sponsored, against the intractable opposition of Democrats
[luis arellano] - American. :-)
[aaron d cantrell] - https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/954690_549405038470470_1219638100_n.jpg
[erica eleanor] - Umm... how many times are you gonna post the same image?
[jd myers] - Almost all 'trickle down theory' is purely imagination
[drasil helzer] - Ben Papsun correction: using spongebob is one of the best ways to make a political statement. Its not like we can take eithrr of them seriously
[austin tutor] - everytime this page posts "conservative believe (insert nonsense here)", its so untrue. conservatives do not believe the things this page claims. do some research!
[capo profezia] - Also known as stupidity
[ger cornejo] - It doesn't trickle down to you if your not in that business stupid. A blue collar worker doesn't make enough money to own a business in the benefactors field. That's like giving a gymnast a hockey stick and telling him to go play football
[mocka robinson] - Not even republicans support trickle down Trickle down is a phraze created by democrats along the same level republicans say democrats love welfare
[ghetto mr. rogers] - Why aren't we taking direct action to expand small job-creating businesses instead of sticking to a corrupt BS plan to invest in large, job-killing corporations? The small businesses are the real ones that need tax cuts.