Boo Hoo! The President Made My Income Go Down

22 Sep 2006 /

Under Mr. Bush and the Republican Congress, incomes today are $1,000 less for the typical household than during Bill Clinton’s final year in office; incomes for the typical working-age household have declined every year since the president took office.

Howard Dean, Democratic National Committee chairman

BOO HOO HOO! The President made my income go down.

I’ve never understood the mechanism behind the president or Congress making my income go up or down. Can someone explain that to me?

You know who I think makes my income go up or down? ME! I’ve made decisions that made my income go UP, and I’ve made decisions that made my income go DOWN.

Who is the target audience for this tripe? People who want to believe they have no control over their own lives? People who need to blame all their problems on others?

It’s always someone else’s fault. It’s my boss’s fault, it’s my spouse’s fault, it’s the president’s fault . . .

Look in the mirror, you schlubs!

What a dismal vision of America. Elect some Democrats, you sorry losers! Oh, and we won’t be fighting terrorists in Iraq anymore. We’ll be fighting them in the streets of major American cities.

He’s not exactly Winston Churchill, is he?


4 Comments on Boo Hoo! The President Made My Income Go Down »

  1. 22 Sep 2006 @ 2:41 pm


    Well said.
    Hey, you should weigh in on the Cablevision CEO who gave options to a freaking DEAD guy. I wrote about today in my blog, but I would like to hear your take…

  2. PE

    PE

    22 Sep 2006 @ 8:19 pm


    GL —

    I see you already pulled the “incentivize a corpse” quote. I can’t improve on that.

  3. Noah Body

    25 Sep 2006 @ 6:22 pm


    I love being a warmonger.

  4. PE

    PE

    26 Sep 2006 @ 10:44 am


    Noah Body Knows De Trouble I’ve Seen

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