3. There’s a Taxman in my Pocket!

The only thing scarier than inflation is The Taxman! Once he creates a symbiotic relationship with your back pocket, there is no running away from him. The Taxman has been vexing Dr. Paul in particular since the graduated tax schedule was instituted. Having to do really hard math WHILE being robbed by The Man is insult on top of injury.

5 Comments on “3. There’s a Taxman in my Pocket!”

  1. fourmorewars says:

    These are all funny, although in fairness you ‘might’ work in one book about his foreign policy outlook. (Which doesn’t sway me to his side, I can choose several liberal heroes and get his foreign policy goodness without the Ayn Rand and the newsletter racism.) But one has to laugh through their tears at this example, and the other one regarding the Fed. Because Dr. Paul’s not the only idiot obsessed with inflation to the detriment of the other task they were given, that of job creation. And unlike the crazy Dr., the Fed could’ve actually been doing something about it during the crucial recent past. Pretty damn tragic.

    • cooter says:

      Right, the Fed could have just created jobs, if it weren’t for those meddling (insert favorite bogeyman here). Maybe you should actually learn a little about the Fed and what they do. Hint: they’re tools are open market operations and the discount window, both of which they’ve used extensively. Guess which one worked: it was neither!

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