Watch Republicans roll over and play dead on Obama's budget



The mark of a good work of fiction is one in which you accept one or two untrue facts but everything else has to be believable. That's a skill the dilettante agit/prop writers at the New York Times seem to lack in an article describing how President Obama wants to reduce income inequality, but nothing in the article even remotely makes sense.

President Obama will propose a 10-year budget on Monday that stabilizes the federal deficit but does not seek balance, instead focusing on policies to address income inequality as he adds nearly $6 trillion to the debt. The budget — $4 trillion in fiscal 2016 — would hit corporations that park profits overseas, raise taxes on the richest of the rich and increase the incomes of the middle class through new spending and tax credits

I simply love that class warfare envy phrase, the richest of the rich! They're not merely rich, they're the absolute worst of the worst! The phrase implies that simply by having so much money that they have forfeited the moral authority to their own money! Good work, Dr. Goebbels!

But just one problem--how does redistributing money reduce income inequality? Unless you keep doing it year after year after year, there is no permanent change. Furthermore, although we have learned to hate and despise the rich, they are still too few in number to make everyone wealthy simply through redistribution.

The president’s budget — thicker than a phone book in multiple volumes — will be just the starting point for that discussion

And therein lies the real cause of income inequality. The founding fathers never envisioned budgets thicker than phone books, that no one person could ever read or understand before voting on it. They never envisioned a government with monstrous tax and regulatory tentacles that pervaded every aspect of our lives. It is this spending, and interference, which prevents businesses from creating jobs. Government is the major cause of income inequality.

“We’re six years into the Obama economic policies, and he’s proposing more of the same, more tax increases that kill investment and jobs, and policies which are hardly aspirational,” said Representative Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee,

...and in those six years Ryan has always voted for every continuing resolution without complaint. I'm not sure if Ryan is a conscious co-conspirator or is suffering from hostage sympathy syndrome.

Mr. Ryan, in an extended interview, said Republicans are likely to show some caution in their debt-reduction confrontations... Mr. Ryan indicated, they are not likely to force a showdown on entitlements.

He's putting the finishing touches on his white flag even as we speak.

Mr. Obama’s spending-and-taxes plan foresees a $474 billion deficit, which would be 2.5 percent of the gross domestic product, a level most economists see as manageable,

Most economists see this as manageable, with an $18 trillion dollar debt, and $100 billion in unfunded liabilities? Going back to what I said before, the key to successful fiction writing is not making up too many things. This is less believable than Game of Thrones.

The debt, while growing ev

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