For Those Not Interested In The Football Games…. We Can Still Enjoy Some Laughs At Other’s Expense!!!


Well, I’ve been watching football and conversing about the game with commenters and others for the last few hours leaving little time for much else. 

Just to let people know I’m not ignoring the rest of the world or people not interested in the games, I thought I’d repost from Breitbart. 

Payroll Tax Hike Sparks Shock, Outrage


Gabriella Hoffman, a 21-year-old nonprofit worker, told Fox News that the tax hike will mean about $780 less in annual take home pay:

As a newly-graduated person, someone coming straight out of college, I don’t like the idea of having less money coming to me due to the selfish interests of people in Congress who don’t have any interest in reducing our financial problems.  This is an impediment for future economic growth. It’s going to make it harder for young people like myself to get married, find a better job, you name it.

Employees who make over $113,700 can expect to see $87.46 evaporate from their bi-weekly paychecks. The end of the payroll tax holiday, which involved a 2% Social Security reduction, is expected to affect an estimated 160 million American workers.

Frustrated Americans have taken to social media to express their shock and outrage over leaner paychecks.  On Twitter, the hashtag #WhyIsMyPaycheckLessThisWeek is trending. One person wrote: “#WhyIsMyPaycheckLessThisWeek because uninformed voting has consequences.” 

Another took aim at President Barack Obama: “#WhyIsMyPaycheckLessThisWeek the simple answer is our idiot president #Obama.”

And others seemed perplexed with being confused with the top 2% of earners whom Mr. Obama promised to raise taxes on:  “Excuse me, Obama, Liar in Chief,… But I’m NOT the rich 2%.”

Part of the public’s outrage, says Cato Institute senior fellow Michael Tanner, may stem from the fact that many Americans were simply unaware that the payroll tax increase was coming. “I think a lot of people don’t even realize this is happening,” said Mr. Tanner. “This kind of just slid by the wayside with all the talk of the fiscal cliff.”

Either way, says Washington Post writer Neil Irwin, “that sound you hear is the collective ‘What the…’ [workers] have emitted upon looking at their pay stub.”

In 2013, Americans will experience an estimated $125 billion drop in household incomes from this one tax hike alone.


For those surprised that this happened, unaware of what was coming, I’ve only a few words of little condolence. 

You stupid, stupid people.  Anyone ignorant of the fact that they would have higher taxes and less money in their pockets this year could only have been Obama supporters.  So, they’re getting their just rewards.  Unfortunately, their stupidity and ignorance has affected the rest of this nation. 

So, the very least we can to is point out their abject stupidity, and ask them to recognize their own inability to make proper discernments and ask that they never again vote……. for the good of the nation.  It is altogether just and proper to take a moment and laugh at their pain. 

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5 Responses to For Those Not Interested In The Football Games…. We Can Still Enjoy Some Laughs At Other’s Expense!!!

  1. Jim Masterson says:

    It is altogether just and proper to take a moment and laugh at their pain.

    Ha ha ha.

    (It’s not that enjoyable. Besides, It sounds too much like pH–someone I hope to never emulate.)


  2. philjourdan says:

    “You stupid, stupid people” – Enough said. They voted for Obama, now they can try to extricate the knife from their backs.

  3. gator69 says:

    I told my leftist coworkers that their dear leader has made them all rich! Why else would their taxes have gone up? 😉

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