Anti-tax policies don't solve anything

When you consider that every dollar we lose as a consequence of some anti-tax policy is one less dollar we could otherwise invest in a policy that might actually achieve some measurable good, it is hard to think of ineffective anti-tax policies as anything but a scourge. It is for these reasons, that we literally cannot afford to spend one more second or budgetary dollar entertaining the whims of anti-tax advocates and their unfounded anti-tax economic theories.

Don't act surprised about Obama

Pres. Barack Obama announced yesterday in an interview with ABC's Robin Roberts that he supports gay marriage, marking him as the first president in history to announce support on this issue. Oh, please. Don't act like you are surprised. If I hear one more person exclaim in a bright-eyed mess about how much courage this took, I will puke. Seriously, I will yak all over the place.

Keep it in the zoo, bro

There should not be exotic animals left on park benches or carried around town. This seems pretty obvious to me — then again, who hasn't thought that it would be so cool (besides me)?

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