Still can't show it, huh? You can pretend this is about me showing something first but seeing as how I asked you this question months ago and you've been too scared to admit that you were lying yet...
But keep crying that I'm not answering your question! I bet you're fooling someone!
Funniest part is that it's the same exact argument
in this thread: Varus posted some editorial saying taxing the rich even 100% wouldn't solve the deficit/debt issues. I asked why Republicans keep on the strawman (i.e. pretending that the Democratic plan is purely to tax) and Gbaji runs in screaming about how that's exactly the Democratic plan. Then he goes back to trying any desperate spin he can come up with to avoid admitting that he's lying
I can't get him to be honest about even one thing the Dems are trying to do
Are you kidding? Seriously? Of course Democrats want to raise taxes on the wealthy (mainly let the Bush tax cuts on them expire). As part of a more comprehensive solution including various other cuts and reforms. Did you think you were some scoring some point with that? Was that your best retort?
Your argument was: "Dems are trying to sell the fairy tale that if only we allowed the Bush tax cuts to expire on the wealthiest 2% (or whatever the number is this week), all our economic problems would be solved.
Are you ready to defend that yet or do you need to cower and cry some more and pray we change the subject? Edited, Dec 8th 2011 8:00pm by Jophiel