|Night after night, every night it seems, I hear Sean Hannity cry like a baby. Boo-hoo! Poor Sean! The pain, suffering, and deprivation you must be suffering! I weep for you dear man. No millionaire should ever have to endure the hardships you do. I pity and pray for you dear man. I really do. Boo-hoo!|
Tonight it was Sean Hannity again, and again, whining like a stuck pig about taxes...while his co-host was calling the Occupy people left-wing communists backed by George Soros.
In case you don't know who this spoiled and greedy child is, Sean Hannity is a New York-born radio host and TV personality on Fox News,
and has an estimated net worth of $35 million dollars. He is also the author of
three New York Times bestsellers.
In July of 2003, the outspoken New York-born conservative ass paid $3,450,000 for a home set on just over two acres in Huntington, New York on the North Shore of Long Island.
Nice mansion you squealing pig!
Tonight on his Fox News show he was also whining about how high his property taxes were, "I live in one of highest taxed areas in the country!"
You poor man! Boo-hoo Sean!
But your property taxes have nothing to do with federal income taxes. What is it that I always hear you preaching to the rest of the world? "Take personal responsibility for your own actions. Plan ahead. Don't spend what you can't afford." Didn't you know what your property taxes would before you bought that beautiful beachfront mansion in that exclusive neighborhood? If you can't afford it, move to a cheaper neighborhood.
What is it that you always preach to us? "Live within your means."
And when you purchase a car or house, you can most likely pay cash-in-full.
The rest of us "normal" people have to take out 3-5 year auto loans
and 30-year mortgages and pay interest to the bank. And the greater percentage
of our income is spent on food and electricity for heat...that's peanuts for
Sean whines about his state sales tax too. Boo-hoo!
But Sean, poor people pay the same tax rate as you do, but they also spend a
greater proportion of their incomes in sales tax than you do too - mostly in
consumption when they buy just the basic necessities they need to live on.
But yet, night after night Sean Hannity weeps himself to sleep when he thinks about having to pay the same federal income tax rate as the rest of us.
Sean whines more than most poverty-stricken people do. Poor Sean. Boo-hoo! I wonder how much Mother Teresa whined about her standard of living.