Friday, April 16, 2010

Malkin's O-Mission

My nemesis's lead post of teh day is of heroic proportions, it is titled "Obama mocks, we remember." She wants tea baggers to know everywhere that Obama is mocking them! Mocking I say!!


President Obama derided the Tea Party activists at a Miami fund-raiser tonight. You keep laughing, chump:

He says he’s been a little amused over the past couple of days when people at the rallies complained about taxes. Quoting the president: “You would think they’d be saying thank you.”

Yeah? Thanks a lot:

She then tells her loyal followers to remember November. Now if you read the Obama quote it is possible you could deduce he might have been mocking tea baggers, but of course his little side is completely different when you read his entire statement. He isn't mocking you, he is mocking the continued misinformation campaign of the Right which feeds nonsense to tea baggers.

President Obama:

So one year later we’ve made progress. The economy is growing again; the markets are rising again; America’s businesses are creating jobs again. One year later more than 2 million Americans, more than 100,000 Floridians are at work today who otherwise would not be there, because of the Recovery Act, because of what Debbie Wasserman Schultz did and Suzanne Kosmas did and Kendrick Meeks did. (Applause.)

And since today happens to be Tax Day -- (laughter) -- I should just point out that one third of the Recovery Act went to tax cuts -- tax cuts that strengthened the cornerstone of the American Dream: working for a living, earning an education, owning a home, raising a family. We cut taxes for 95 percent of working Americans, just like I promised we would on the campaign. (Applause.) That made a difference for 7 million families in Florida alone. We cut taxes on small businesses. We cut taxes for students and parents paying for college. We cut taxes for first-time homebuyers, more than 128,000 here in Florida. In all, we passed 25 different tax cuts last year. And one thing we haven’t done is raise income taxes on families making less than $250,000 a year -- another promise that we kept. (Applause.)

So I’ve been a little amused over the last couple of days where people have been having these rallies about taxes. (Laughter.) You would think they would be saying thank you. (Laughter.) That’s what you’d think. (Applause.)

Now I wonder why Michelle Malkin would leave out that whole 95% of working Americans part? Wonder why she left out the 25 tax cuts part? Hmmmm. I wonder...perhaps it is because her trolls might realize they are mindlessly raging about teh gubbament without merit. Facts don't matter to Michelle Malkin and this is just another post that proves she is nothing, but a paid lackey constantly spewing hate for her ideological zealot overlords.

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