Saturday, January 20, 2018

"WI Governor Scott Walker Calls For A Special Session On Welfare Reform"

Wisconsin’s first Special Needs Governor, Scott Walker has called for a special session of the Legislature to work on new requirements for government assistance programs.

As a Special Needs recipient himself, being fully taxpayer funded for life, Governor Walker admitted that being a Politician was better than being an Industrious Person and having to work in a shitty proposed, poorly lighted,  hot, environmentally polluting, taxpayer funded, and dangerous taxpayer Foxconn Factory any day!

Hey! Lots of goodies go with being the Guv –  he proclaimed – like Planes, Trains, Automobiles & Mansions, while Big Boss Daddy  Robin Vos  expressed his approval while watching Wisconsin’s first  Special Needs Governor express his primitive thoughts.

Uh yeah, lots of stuff is gonna happen – and lottsa sacrifices will have to be made- to uh, meet the demands of me & mine, and da future will be more prosporous.  Okay – Ya’ all gonna have a lotta more – and dats is whut wez want!

1 comment:

TSE said...

Tax farming is the principle of assigning the responsibility for tax revenue collection to private citizens or groups. Tax farming occurred in Eygpt, Rome, Great Britain, and Greece. The principle was considered very effective for tax revenue collection but suffered from a tendency of the tax-farmers to abuse the taxpayer for collection. Only when the system included checks and balances for the tax-farmer as well as the taxpayer did the system seem truly successful. The publicani of Rome were known as some of the most abusive tax-farmers. Tax farmers bid at auction for the contract rights to collect a particular tax and was held responsible for any loss. In Eygpt taxes for collected very effectively without tax farmers until the Greek Ptolemies set up rule. Under the Ptolemies the tax-farmer watched over the taxpayer and the government tax collector to prevent the scribes from imposing lighter taxes on the poor and unfortunate.

Taxes are considered a problem by everyone. Not surprisingly, taxation problems date back to earliest recorded history.

The burden of the working man to support the ruling class.