The law of unintended consequences.
Innovation can go too far at times
Several no votes are for good reasons
Driving the message home
MNF lays another egg.
Probably more than you think
Every cow, every tractor
Thumbs up for tax reform.
Let the blame game begin
Tax the rich and treat the poor, until there ain’t no poor no more. Or rich for that matter.
Not in Toto’s Kansas anymore.
Medicare for all?
If only someone could have warned them. Oh, wait…
Because keeping taxes in place is such a good idea. Not.
Pay up, peasants
And they almost got away with it
Better late than never
“…one of the biggest tax cuts in American history.”
It’s in the bag, baby
Your state government must be very well off…
Nothing stays buried forever
Free trade > “fair” trade
We want you to succeed… just not too much
Where has all the money gone?
Doing something before it’s made illegal isn’t a crime
According to pollster Frank Luntz and his famous “undecided focus group” extravaganzas he holds after every debate, American voters aren’t …
Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Or, for those who actually venture, sometimes lost.
A peeping joke.
The New York Times pulls the trigger early as Clinton fails to establish a clear lead
We’re going to stop the war on women… unless it costs us any tax revenue, of course
Blurred state lines
You’ve got to be kidding me
Democrat Fried Jobs.
The Chicago way
Is Hillary actually Barack Obama’s first term?
That may not be the problem
NY Daily News to IRS: Stop giving Trump an excuse.
Shock or schlock?
You don’t say…