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  1. gregorybrown says

    How many listeners does this bloviating
    git have? How many of them are in any position to make a difference in any public policies? Should we pay attention to any of his utterances for a reason other than cheap entertainment? Please tell me, somebody.

  2. Craig says

    Jesus begs to differ. The only time He ever got angry was with arrogant self-righteous religious leaders and the rich. And fig trees. Definitely had a thing about fig trees.

    Now, Brian Fischer, whom do you serve? One master fills your pockets with wealth. One fills you with love for all eternity. Choose wisely.

  3. AJ says

    I wasn’t ever good at math, so someone correct me if I’m wrong…isn’t 70 a greater number than 30?? So until the poor are in the minority, there will be no ticker tape parades.
    What a blowhard!

    So…why don’t the top 1% who have 99% of the wealth pay 99% of the nation’s taxes?

  4. Kess says

    I’m poor and I don’t have an EBT card, food stamps or subsidized housing. I do have a job which barely covers things. He can kiss my a** though.

  5. Sean says

    Nope, the rich should be grateful the poor is not dragging them to the guillotine or eating them. “Do you hear the people sing, singing the songs of angry men. It is the music of a people who will not be slaves again.”

  6. bobbyjoe says

    Can someone still call themselves a Christian if what they’re preaching is diametrically opposed to the teachings of Christ? People who have actually read the Gospels might suspect that if there is a Hell, Jesus Christ will be holding its door open for Bryan Fischer.

  7. Steve says

    The bloated toad is even more vicious and stupid than I thought. What a boot lickin tool. He sure has been trained well by his money masters. He whores that mouth of his for any message with money involved.

  8. JackFknTwist says

    @ SEAN :

    You anticipate me.
    Set up the guillotine in the Place de la Concord or Dupont Circle ; or Central Park; or Wall Street.
    Instead of kissing the ground on which the 1% walk let’s restore the principle of one man one vote….not bought votes, not fixed constituencies not corporations buying elections; not the Koch brothers corrupting the electoral process.
    The 1% need to be re-educated in the meaning of democracy.

  9. says

    You people can hate all ya want! The truth is that the wealthy people are the creators in society. They make things and they buy things and that is what keeps you slobs employed!

    My dad was the CFO at a corporation. He worked while a lot of lazies slept in. He taught me about makers and takers and how every society has people on top and people below. People of good talent and breeding are always going to be better off than the moochers!

  10. johnny says

    Cognitive disconnect here, folks.

    The top 1% DO NOT PAY 30% taxes, they do every single legal and illegal thing they can do to make sure they hardly pay any taxes at all. If you think that’s wrong, do some digging, why do you think they employ tax lawyers???

    The vast majority of the tax burden of this country is paid by the middle class and always has been paid by the middle class.

  11. johnny says

    Cognitive disconnect here, folks.

    The top 1% DO NOT PAY 30% taxes, they do every single legal and illegal thing they can do to make sure they hardly pay any taxes at all. If you think that’s wrong, do some digging, why do you think they employ tax lawyers???

    The vast majority of the tax burden of this country is paid by the middle class and always has been paid by the middle class.

  12. NwYrkr says

    “people of good talent and breeding are always going to be better off than the moochers”. Clearly neither of the former apply to Little Kiwi

  13. james st. james says

    Just another point: The rich own most of the assets yet when it comes time to defend those assets the middle class bears not only the economic cost but has to put their lives on the line to do it.

    A recent example: Bush/Cheney started wars and at the same time reduced taxes on the wealthy. The result was the biggest financial collapse since the Great Depression. Reason: the transfer of wealth out of middle class pockets and into the economic elite class.

    You can’t starve the middle class in a mass consumer society. Republican strategies will turn the USA into a second class economy if pursued. Meanwhile many other countries are building stronger middle classes. With better living standards than the USA has according to many measures of health, education and greater equality of wealth.

  14. james st. james says

    The Republicans always use federal income taxes to make their comparisons when total taxes are the relevant measure. When sales taxes, taxes on gasoline, tobacco and alcohol, toll road fees, licensing fees, and all other flat taxes are included the average middle class person pays more in taxes than a wealthy person.

    And even Warren Buffett has pointed out that his income tax burden is less than his secretary’s!

  15. Jere says

    So where does the money from the OTHER 70% of tax revenue go to????? The last time I checked, 70% is greater than 30%, isn’t it?

    Go watch Forrest Gump! “Stupid is as stupid does”

  16. ThomT says

    And how about all of the huge corporations that pay no taxes at all? Many of these companies are given tax breaks and, in some cases, even government subsidies all while their CEOs are being paid obscene amounts of money. Companies like WalMart that make billions while the majority of their employees are only part time to prevent having to provide them with benefits and wages that often keep them below the poverty level.

  17. jamal49 says

    Sorry, Bryan, but the statistics simply do not bear out your outrageous claims that “the rich” are paying for our nation’s social assistance programs. The top 1% of taxpayers are paying less in real income taxes than they did even 15 years ago. Major corporations are paying even less. Tax laws that benefit the wealthy and provide a myriad of ways to shield income from any taxation are profuse. And both Democrats and Republicans are too blame for this (Chuck Schumer, are you listening?).

    Bryan, before I lose my grip completely over this latest of a never-ending series of outrageous and callous remarks that spew forth from that toilet mouth of yours and come down there and whack you brutally upside your fool, stupid, evangelical head, I think maybe you should spend some time and re-read some of the Gospels. Obviously, you haven’t learned a thing about whose side Jesus was really on.

  18. anon says

    There are a lot of regressive taxes: sales taxes, property taxes, FICA and excise taxes hit the poor and middle class much harder than the rich. The rich also avoid a lot of tax by not having capital gains taxed at normal income tax levels. Inheritance taxes hit the upper middle class much harder than the rich too, though your sympathy levels might vary here.

    As to the notion of being thankful. The taxes are not voluntary, so the rich can’t punish you for not thanking them. It’s also very indirect. However, the best way to be thankful is to get off of welfare if you can, not having parades. Financial independence is better for everyone.

  19. james st. james says

    This might be a good point to ask that proverbial favorite question, What would Jesus do?

    He wouldn’t vote Republican. He wouldn’t kiss the ground where the rich have walked. And He wouldn’t be listening to Bryan Fischer’s radio program!

  20. kdknyc says

    Who’s paying for these things? It’s the squeezed middle class, you idiot. My taxes are higher than theirs, I’d recon–the rich know how to keep from paying their fair share.

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