Monday, November 29, 2010

Buffett wants higher taxes on himself. Is that so bad? Ayn Randian Selfishness a Virtue?

Why don't we listen to the wealthy when they plead for higher taxes?

It doesn't fit the Republican narrative. Hell, they're still considered the party of fiscal responsibility. This exemplifies the extreme hopelessness of the main stream media's inability to break away from the image marketed by conservative think tanks.

"This Week" with Christiane Amanpour tells the story:

On the other end, Ayn Randian believers are still trying so hard to make selfishness a virtue, an impossible task when you consider how inhumane and morally bankrupt it is to be cruel. Fox News goes strait to the source of Dickensian scumbags:

1 comment:

  1. Hi John!

    Sarah Palin clarifies her position on Korea, telling SPN Headlines, "Did you know that Korea leads the world in people named Kim? And most of them are men! WTF!"

    REVEALING story at:

    Peace! :-)