Ben Stein gets honest on Fox News with Greg Gutfeld (a Coulter wannabe), and tells him that if we go off the 'fiscal cliff' nothing bad will happen and then asks him this, "What do you care if we raise taxes on some rich person?" You gotta love
Ben Stein gets honest on Fox News with Greg Gutfeld (a Coulter wannabe), and tells him that if we go off the 'fiscal cliff' nothing bad will happen and then asks him this, "What do you care if we raise taxes on some rich person?" You gotta love it. Gutfield's response to Stein after he demands tax increases on the rich is typical Fox News stupidity.
Stein: Taxes will go up on really rich people really a lot and we need it; we need more revenue.
Gutfeld: Alright, boo on you, Ben. I disagree with everything you said, but you're both an actor and an economist. I kinda understand why you wanna raise taxes. It's about getting invited to more cocktail parties
Without actors yelling at you.
Stein: Not at all, I don't get invited to any parties and I don't drink, but look, the whole idea for being a Republican is for fiscal sensibility and fiscal sensibility says we cannot run 16 trillion debt. We can't have it up to 20 trillion. We cannot leave our grandchildren a defaulted, bankrupt America.
I wonder if Greg forgot who Ben Stein is and how important his presence has been to the Fox Business Channel shows for him to treat him like he does every liberal who might cross his path. I don't agree with everything Stein says, but it's refreshing listening to a conservative try to think rationally. The idiot Gutfeld actually says America has enough revenue coming in. This is what is known as an informed host on Fox. Oh, his answer to Ben's question about taxing the rich is that he doesn't want class warfare. WTF does that even mean in this context?
Conservative economist Ben Stein on Thursday seemed to know that he had wandered off message when he joked that the hosts of Fox & Friends might murder him for saying that it was not possible to balance the budget without raising taxes. Read more...
Another Saturday, another segment on Faux News where they're attacking the poor and food stamp recipients, which, other than attacking union members, seems to be one of their favorite past times during their so-called "business block," From Cavuto on Business, after Cavuto opens the segment dismayed about all of the people "on the dole" still receiving food stamps and guest Dagen McDowell carrying on about how this is proof that "big government" is out of control, we got this bit of nastiness out of regular, Charles Payne:
When Greg Gutfeld popped onto the scene of Fox News he instantly tried to sell himself as a male Ann Coulter impersonator issuing out insults to liberals at a rapid fire pace. He's the Ken Doll model. Greg once was at the helm of Maxim UK, but Read more...
The pundits on Fox's Cavuto on Business fearmonger over the possibility of a "global wealth tax" that has about zero chance of ever being enacted and continue to pretend that lowering taxes on the 1 percent leads to job creation.