We have already seen what the Left-Wing means to do about America's 2nd amendment rights.
The latest attack on firearms by the political Left has just now begun. However, we have also seen another war of attrition in attacking America's wealth, over the past four years, and in earnest.
The same applies to healthcare, as the formerly predicated rationale for the healthcare mandate was one of reducing costs by as much as $ 2,500 per person annually. Clearly Obamacare has done the exact opposite of saving America money while granting a solid foothold for the government's explicit involvement in healthcare for everyone, not just the retired.
These days, each of these attacks could be considered a 'False Flag' operation against those within America's job creating group, its medical care and also its business base, ostensibly referred to as the wealthy, that has and will continue to severely affect our economy.
The President and his devotees, while promising fairness and equitable treatment for all, have over the last four years, turned their Left-Wing impetus against what Marxists refer to as the Bourgeoisie or the Business Class in an effort to supply America with a euphemistic villain, while completely ignoring the true problem of spending, that has spun America's finances completely out of control.
To Illustrate the point, NBC News recently indicated a set of findings that we believe show that there is far more at play than the wealthy wishing to be taxed more and try to provide some answers in the form of refuting the CNBC article findings, indicated below:
CNBC: House Republicans are opposing tax increases on anyone - whether it's Americans making $250,000 or $1 million or more a year.
Indeed, this was and is true; however, the reasons for the generational Republican stance are myriad and cannot be broken down into just a few sound-bites or slogans.
We can point to two predominant reasons for this Republican foundational belief as it applies now with regard to taxes and spending. The first points to the fact that unless the politicians essentially double all taxes for everyone, including business, thereby confiscating more than 80% of an individual's income in some cases, there is no viable way that the US can cover its tremendous spending deficit of about $ 1.5 trillion per year.
Any tax increase, as recently passed, is a mere panacea covering the true problem. The second reason for avoiding a tax increase on the wealthy is simply due to the fact that the wealthy constitute the chief purveyors of job creation in the US. Shifting their income from the private sector to the government will only complicate America's still dismal job-creating efforts
CNBC: But a new survey shows that they might be opposing the very people they claim to protect.
American Express Publishing and The Harrison Group found that 67 percent of the top one percent of American earners support higher income taxes. Their support has grown since the election. This summer, 62 percent of them supported higher taxes.
Some might say the rich are hoping to tax people richer - or poorer -- than themselves. The top one percent consists of people making more than $450,000 a year. But the survey clearly shows most One Percenters favor taxing themselves. More than half say that they support taxing those making $500,000 or more. That's up from 51 percent in the second quarter.
So, in essence, the rich to include Warren Buffet, want more income confiscated by their government even while they take great pains to advantage every single loophole available?
Sorry, but this beyond difficult to believe; which would lead us to wonder exactly what sort of wording American Express utilized while conducting this poll. Secondly, American Express is not exactly known for its polling prowess as also being a government bailed out entity that switched to becoming a so-called bank during the meltdown.
Also, the last time we checked, the Harris group offers reparation to each of its pollees in the form of product kickback purchase points for taking the poll in the first place.
Not exactly what could be referred to as 'scientific methodology'-- not unlike global warming....
Never mind the fact that Buffett is even now embroiled in a difficult tax fight with the US government over a disagreement in how much his main business owes in taxes.
Believe it, Buffett is not fighting the US Government in an heroic effort to pay more taxes....quite the contrary, which leads us to wonder at the vast amount of hypocrisy on display from Buffett.
CNBC: "There is an absolute willingness for the vast majority of the One Percent to take a tax increase," said Jim Taylor, Vice Chairman Harrison Group. "What the Republicans think is not necessarily what their constituents think."
Oh, Really Jim Taylor?
But then why do these people, who are apparently climbing all over each other in an effort to pay more taxes to the hungry government spending beast, also feel that they are unfairly carrying far too much burden, as indicated below?
CNBC: Granted, the one percent is not happy about paying higher taxes. The American Express/Harrison poll shows that 64 percent say they carry an "unfair tax burden in the amount of money I pay in taxes." This number is higher for Republicans and lower for Democrats.
(Read more: Super-Rich: Tax Us When We're Dead)
Indeed, now we're getting at the true feelings of those who will seemingly be required to pay even more.
CNBC: Nearly three quarters of them are "extremely or very concerned about their taxes going up." Other recent surveys show that the wealthy support higher taxes as part of a balanced solution to the government debt problem that includes spending cuts.
In essence, there appears to be an extreme dichotomy at play as we move deeper into the story and away from the misleading headline.
CNBC: Still, a majority support for tax increases on themselves, presumably for the sake of the broader economy. Taylor said that for many of the wealthy, the possible reduction in asset values stemming from problems in Washington far outweigh the potential reduction in their income.
Increasing taxes "for the sake of a broader economy?"
How does the shifting of private equity into the government's exhausted coffers result in a broader economy, for heaven's sake? The writer here, now efforts to tie up his article in an attractive little package with an archer's bow rather than a lovely ribbon bow.
In essence, believing that an additional $85 billlion dollars a year in taxation will somehow miraculously prove to be the magic elixir that America needs to fix everything, is to lay down any semblance of rational thought.
The politicos on the left, to include the media, can keep chasing their herd of bunnies down the rabbit-holes of fantasy; however, as stated many times before, the Left is made up largely of poor marksmen who can never quite seem to hit the target, especially when it comes to the actual answers for America's economy, her medical care or even her right to bear arms.
The point, we will soon come to see, being that putting a radical Liberal in charge of government finances, healthcare or even civil rights, is about as logical as putting an avowed pacifist in charge of a nation's defense forces.
A recipe for chaos when the ultimate disaster occurs.....
However, these instances of misdirection continually coming out from two-thirds of the US political class largely constitutes a grand False Flag operation being perpetrated upon the American people from wildly divergent sources. The first one means to eventually wipe out America's 2nd amendment, the second to eventually prioritize the government over America's free market economy and individualism, and the third to dictate control over an individuals body.
These three illustrations of a wide false flag campaign, in fact, could be related in ways that many of us simply cannot imagine. Yet the simple fact remains that the redistribution of wealth from private to government sector will do no more to improve America's productive capacity than the confiscation of arms will do to control crime rates. In addition, we are already seeing what government control of healthcare actually entails.
To borrow from Charles Dickens : The Fiscal Cliff was certainly "more about gravy than grave".....as with each of these issues, as the puzzle slowly comes together.