The headline is no joke. Timothy “Tax Cheat” Geithner said it this morning on NBC.
“That’s the kind of balance you need,” said Geithner. “Why is that the case? Because if you don’t try to generate more revenues through tax reform, if you don’t ask, you know, the most fortunate Americans to bear a slightly larger burden of the privilege of being an American, then you have to — the only way to achieve fiscal sustainability is through unacceptably deep cuts in benefits for middle class seniors, or unacceptably deep cuts in national security.”
Geithner, like his boss Barack Obama, think citizens of the United States are privileged. In one sense you may say it’s a privilege to be a citizen of America because you have a Constitutional Republic, freedom, liberty and you’re fortunate.
You have certain unalienable rights to do as you wish with your life under the law. You have a birth right by being born in America or lawfully becoming a full citizen of America.
Mr. Geithner, being a citizen of America doesn’t require you to give away your wealth against your will or by the caveat of government because you have a false definition of what it means to be an American as a US citizen.
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