Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Why Liberals Like the IRS Enforcing Obamacare

The Obama administration is transferring $500 Million to the IRS for them to begin collecting taxes to enforce Obamacare.  In addition, they're hiring 4,000 new agents to make sure they collect.  Why is this?

The Obama administration realizes how unpopular the health care reform law is and recognizes that it needs an iron fist to enforce its provisions.  And the best iron fist is the IRS.  They're really good at making people cough up money.  If they suspect you haven't paid enough tax they'll lock up your accounts, take everything, and throw you out into the street. 

Why do the liberals think this is a great idea?  Because it fits how liberals think.

Liberalism is not about opportunity.  Liberalism is not about advancement or achievement or anything along those lines.  Liberalism is about punishment.  Specifically, punishing their "enemies", and "enemy" is defined as "anyone who's not a liberal".

What's every liberal politician's battle cry?  "Tax the Rich!", better known as "punish the rich!".  Have you EVER heard a liberal politician say "Steve Jobs became wealthy, and you can too!"  Nope.  "Punish the rich!" is always their mantra.

Or how about this whole Trayvon Martin thing? "Punish the racist!".  Or Arizona's SB 1070, designed to keep out illegal aliens?  "Punish Arizona with boycotts!"  It's never "let's understand the problem first".  It's "Punish, punish punish!  They don't think like me, so they must be punished!"

So putting the IRS in charge of Obamacare makes perfect sense.  The liberals can lie back on their government subsidized sofas and watch their government-subsidized TVS watching how the IRS is clamping down on some evil rich person and making him/her pay his/her "fair share" in taxes.  And life will be good for the liberal.

That's why I say the only practical method of dealing with liberals is to arrest all of them, chain them together at the ankles, and put them on the southern border building the brick wall with their bare hands for 12 hours a day, seven days a week. 

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