The 4th grader
One day a fourth-grade teacher asked the children what their fathers did for a living.
All the typical answers came up - fireman, mechanic,businessman,salesman.... and so forth.
However, little Justin was being uncharacteristically quiet, so when the teacher prodded him about his father, he replied, "My father's an exotic dancer in a gay cabaret and takes off all his clothes to music in front of other men and they put money in his underwear.
Sometimes, if the offer is really good, he will go home with some guy and stay with him all night for money."
The teacher,obviously shaken by this statement, hurriedly set the other children to work on some exercises and took little Justin aside to ask him, "Is that really true about your father?" "No," the boy said, He works for the Democratic National Committee and helped to get Obama re-elected, but it's too embarrassing for me to have to say that in front of the other kids. "
To: Congress and POTUS
If the spendthrift Senate and OB (as he describes himself in his tweets) withhold Social Security checks, I have enough savings to survive. If you hadn’t invested my mandated retirement contributions in what have now become “Junk Bonds”, my livelihood would not be in peril.
You have won, but we still have some fight in us. After you have digested Wisconsin and Michigan becoming "Right to work States", the States will help the cities and counties educate our children. The natural resources of this country will eventually start coming out of the ground. Drill, baby, drill. The fair tax will become law, and the merchants of this country will become the tax collectors. Unemployment will plummet, U.S. funds held overseas will come back to the U.S. because our confiscatory taxes will no longer exist. Goods that we purchase will go down in price because manufacturers and sellers will no longer have to pass their added tax burden on to us. Take away the gasoline tax and look at the prices.drop. Oh, I forgot, no more taxes on alcoholic beverages. We'll tough it out for 4 years