Elizabeth Warren- Communist Rant Demolished by Rush Limbaugh

I don’t recommend watching the video below. Its deranged Marxist thinking that illustrates so well what we’re up against. Check too how the gormless listeners applaud so enthusiastically. The message, as illogical and wrong on fact as it is, resonates so well with them. Like Elizabeth Warren, their crippled minds prevent them from seeing its obvious logical flaws.

What is worth listening to is Rush Limbaugh’s demolition of this noxious commie parasite, who’s raking in a $400,000 salary from Harvard University while she runs for office. (see link at bottom of post)

Businesses pay all kinds of taxes and fees. They pay road taxes for roads those trucks roll over hauling goods to market. They pay fuel excise taxes for the same roads. They pay property taxes to support the policemen, firemen, and to educate the children. They pay corporate income taxes to keep the “marauding bands” at bay.

In fact is a large part of Warren’s supporters who pay no tax, that freeloading 50% of the population below the tax threshold who have no skin in the game because they’re only ever takers.

The question is, how much should corporate taxes be? At some point between 0% taxation and 100% confiscation, the taxes go from being reasonable to being onerous. In the US, the current argument is over whether the rate of total taxation should be set at 51% or 54%. ..And this stupid Marxist woman still thinks it isn’t enough.

And you know what the killer is- none of it really matters anyway, for any increase in corporate taxes will only be passed on by means of the purchase price of the product.

Transcript from Rush Limbaugh Show-

“How many people does it take? The taxes of how many people does it take to pay Elizabeth Warren? The tuition of how many students to pay Elizabeth Warren. I’d like to know how many pensions she has. At Harvard, Rutgers, time at the White House, time at TARP with Dingy Harry.

If she’s elected to the Senate, how many pensions is this woman going to be due? Social Security, we pay a lot of money to Ms. Warren. She’s a parasite. She’s a parasite who hates her host. Willing to destroy the host while she sucks the life out of it.

Roads, bridges, firefighters and policemen, nobody got rich because everybody has to use them and we all pay for that. Well who built the trucks? Who laid the concrete and the asphalt, as though government does all of this.”

Rush then related the story of The Little Red Hen, and said

“somebody needs to read it to Warren. She is as un-American as Obama. I cannot emphasize this enough, that this is exactly the way Obama views this country in the rest of the world. This is the thinking behind Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution.”

You can hear Rush at this link

(Sorry its that horrible left wing site- only link I could find)

11 thoughts on “Elizabeth Warren- Communist Rant Demolished by Rush Limbaugh

  1. “In fact is a large part of Warren’s supporters who pay no tax, that freeloading 50% of the population below the tax threshold who have no skin in the game because they’re only ever takers.”

    So there are no GOP supporters in the bottom %50? Surely they would be paying something anyway on ideological grounds right? Like people told Buffet to do when he advocated higher taxes. Just “takers” and “no skin in the game” is a bit of a stretch they still get taxed on payroll, state, and sales taxes etc.

    “Counting both income and payroll taxes, less than 13
    percent of households would not pay tax; 94 percent of
    them would either be elderly or have incomes less than
    $20,000. Get rid of tax preferences and tax benefits for
    dependents and it’s pretty much just the poor and elderly
    who don’t pay federal income or payroll taxes. And even
    they likely pay federal excise taxes on gas, alcoholic
    beverages, and other goods.”

    This a a quote from this pdf… http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/UploadedPDF/412106_federal_income_tax.pdf
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax_Policy_Center

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  2. Over at Gateway Pundit a reader sends this response re comrade Warren:

    Group of friends of Stanford football post on a board called thebootleg.com On the current events board, we have debated the Warren comments. here was my response:

    “You built a factory out there? Good for you,” – “Built a factory” is a summary for a lot of work. Put up equity, designed a business, took risk to buy land, get permits, pay property taxes and use taxes and permit fees. Then, bought a bunch of equipment and had it installed …and paid sales taxes. Hired some employees and paid them a bunch of money and paid payroll taxes on top of that. Bought a bunch of raw materials from companies that paid a bunch of salaries and a bunch of taxes. Building a factory is a huge private investment that pays the public a lot of taxes for the right to be built.

    “But I want to be clear: you moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for.” – Between fuel taxes, license fees, tolls and various taxes on transportation related activities, the roads budget is smaller than the total tax take.

    “You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate.” No, you did not educate them. You babysat them for 12 years. Then I hired them, taught them how to be responsible and show up for work, taught them how to communicate in clear sentences, taught them that there are rights and wrongs and (unlike with your schools) wrongs have consequences in the workplace. Then paid for extended education for my employees so they could continue to improve themselves and better add value to what we do around here.

    “You were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for.” Funny, my factory has 24/7 security guards because the last time it was broken into, the police did not even bother to take a report, they just said “call your insurance company”. As for fire? The closest fire department is 10 miles away. My insurance company requires that I have a full wet sprinkler system to qualify for insurance because there is no local fire protection.

    “You didn’t have to worry that marauding bands would come and seize everything at your factory, and hire someone to protect against this, because of the work the rest of us did.” Well, that is not exactly true. When the AFL-CIO tried to unionize my workforce, they staged three days of noisy protests outside my factory. The police forces just stood around and watched as the protesters intimidated my workers, vandalized their cars and destroyed my property.

    You say “we” like the government and society are the same. They aren’t. My company and my community and you politicians are not “we”.

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  3. Readers of this blog will likely love what Mark Levin did with this meme of Warren’s

    “Who thinks like this? Well, Obama and his friends. But rather than fight this totalitarianism, why don’t we turn it on them?”

    Download yesterday’s podcast (9/22), and begin at 1:20:27 and hear the beauty of returning the fire to the Marxists with far more legitimacy for doing so.

    http://www.marklevinshow.com/sectional.asp?id=32930#

    Levin’s tacking could well provide you Kiwis with a method to fight back. Turn their thinking back on them.

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  4. Thanks Pascal. I used to listen to Mark everyday but have just been too busy lately. I’ve downloaded the show and will listen. (Don’t forget to listen today- its Ray Charles Friday.)

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  6. Ms. Warren’s primary premise presumes that her imaginary respondent believes that all men are islands in society’s sea. But of course her respondent doesn’t really exist for he is a convenient prop with which to engage in rhetorical battle. It is that very voluntary exchange, which arises bottom-up in free societies, that creates the conditions necessary for a free people to agree on a system of governance. Governance is not responsible for voluntary exchange it is a result of such exchange. And it is governance that is in service to that process and is not an end in itself. And it is voluntary exchange that assumes that the individual cannot efficiently produce all that individual consumes and in that process we have the foundations of community and civil society.

    The entire notion of voluntary exchange includes a free people forming a system of governance by which they all benefit which will by necessity include taxation. However, to assume that this voluntary exchange is somehow comparable in scale or import to all other voluntary exchanges is to give government an imprimatur it does not deserve.

    Government at a minimum provides protection to its citizens in both person and property. It may also provide monopoly goods and services such as roads and sewage treatment. But beyond these relatively inexpensive but necessary goods and services, to assume that their annual apportioned and amortized cost is a significant portion of the output of a corporation or business is to assume a greater more significant role of the public over the private.

    Our current distortion of public purpose has increased the share of private production demanded by government. It is not a perversion or a subversion of civil society to protest and demand an end to such demands.

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  7. “It is not a perversion or a subversion of civil society to protest and demand an end to such demands.”

    Exactly. Especially when that sector of society called the left are never going to cease their demands. To the leftist, every perceived problem in society is just a matter of applying one of their always unworkable solutions, and such solutions always involve taking a greater degree of the earnings of the productive.

    If the leftist was left to do as he wished on every such occasion, all our earnings would be gone in an instant and wasted on poorly planned non workable social interventions.

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