It comes in Red, Blue, and all the lovely shades in between. Today I read about some Democratic pinheads who have the bright idea that has actually been pushed into the House of Representatives. This not-very-bright idea comes from the representative from the great state of Pennsylvania, and gets reported on a political website called  Red State (of course these guys will pounce on it; it does provide a brief respite from all the stupidity from the right).

You remember Lanny Davis, right? He’s the nice guy you sometimes get confused with Leon Panetta because they both worked for Clinton and their names both start with “L”.

But when Davis speaks and floats ideas, it is more than just your run of the mill Washington personality floating an idea. When Lanny Davis drops an op-ed, there tends to be more to it. So we should take note that he’s got Democrats signing onto a plan to tax your ATM withdrawals.

Why, you ask? Well, to pay down the deficit.

Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) has introduced Davis’s dream legislation. It would charge a penny for every dollar of your money drawn from an ATM machine. That would then beg the question — why put your money in a bank if you are going to get taxed merely for the right to access your money.

But wait . . . it’s gets better. They’re back to wanting to tax the internet too.

House Energy and Commerce Communications Subcommittee Chairman Rick Boucher (D-Va.) has introduced legislation to allow retail sales taxes to be levied on internet purchases.

So instead of being pro-growth to reduce the deficit or pro-job creation, the Democrats have fallen back into being your typical tax and spenders.

So there it is, stupidity comes from both sides, and the fingers are so busy pointing across to the other side that no notice is taken of the ludicrous nature of the proposals.

I say it is time for Jesse Ventura to run for president, and from there down, the change in attitudes will come.




Palin_2012Sarah Palin is simply another politician without the self-knowledge to know better than to try to run anything other than her own life…