Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

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Fiat_Lux
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Fiat_Lux 04/12/13 - 07:19 am
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The leftie inside the Beltway attitude summarized

in this and in all things.

Americans live to serve Washington and the entitled class. Even the legitimately entitled live at the leisure and whim of the Beltway thieves.

longleafpine
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longleafpine 04/12/13 - 07:20 am
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Rick

How do you manage to be so right so often?

longleafpine
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longleafpine 04/12/13 - 07:23 am
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Rick

How do you manage to be so right so often?

longleafpine
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longleafpine 04/12/13 - 07:24 am
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Right on

How do you manage to be so right so often?

Rick McKee
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Rick McKee 04/12/13 - 09:47 am
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Thanks!

I just try to call 'em as I see 'em....

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wbbh 04/12/13 - 04:07 pm
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Good Vision it is

This also applies to government contractors who haven't had a raise in years now cut to a 32 hour week.

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John Locke 04/13/13 - 10:26 am
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Obama gets a tax break too

Also, the fine print of giving money back, once you recive it of course, is that the 20,000 is considered a donation towards one's taxes or charity, depending on how it best works out on the tax return. The regular employee however does not get paid his share, but Obama will get his and then he gets a tax break by "giving it back" so its a bunch of BS. So federal employees of the CSRA, continue worshiping your leader and savior - he really loves you so much. He's laughing all the way to his 1% bank along with Oprah, all of Hollywood and the communist academics he loves.

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