Journal editors said more. They editorialized " The Next Tax Increase ," saying:
"The new tax hike is barely law and Obama already wants more."
"He won't negotiate with Republicans," he claims. Spending cuts and higher taxes go together like ham and eggs.
He larded the yearend agreement with tens of billions of dollars in corporate benefits. He's got lots more in mind. He's doing it on the backs of ordinary people.
"Once upon a time," said Journal editors, "the Democratic political strategy was 'tax, spend and elect.' And then tax some more. Republicans" better get the message "or they'll end up having to raise taxes again."
A second editorial headlined " They Have Suspicions ," saying:- Advertisement -
"Obama demonizes anyone who disagrees with him."
If "fiscal negotiations are going nowhere, perhaps it's because the president simply won't make an honest argument."
If Journal editors won't tell readers about bipartisan complicity to destroy America's social contact, perhaps it's because they don't want them to know.
Nor does Bloomberg . It headlined "Congress Can Resolve the Debt-Limit Crisis. Really," saying:
The "absurd has become sadly commonplace in Washington." Obama "compar(es) Congress to a bunch of deadbeat diners who refuse to pay their bill."
At the same time, he "was careful to say this was a crisis Congress would have to solve."- Advertisement -
The criminal class in Washington is bipartisan. It's longstanding. It's worse now than ever. Media scoundrels substitute bluster for plain truth.
Fiscal cliff hype reflects doublespeak duplicity. Financial crisis conditions don't exist. Bloomberg, Journal editors, and other media scoundrels won't explain. Stoking fear, concealing truth, and blaming victims furthers their agenda.