The Tax Jesus Giveth and the Tax Jesus Taketh Away

Shifting strategies slightly, the Tax Jesus is embracing distrust for government as a way to show the heathen that he breaks bread with them on this issue and will hold to these virtues when his tax plan passes.

Georgia House Speaker Glenn Richardson said Thursday he will pick two state agencies in 2008 to start with zero-based budgets

3 comments

  1. dang Erick, i thought Glenn was THE government? maybe he’s Royalty or just a temporary internet Diety but if he’s going to be Jesus-like, he’s going to have to work on his parables. Jesus never would have wasted this many people’s lives by focusing this much on “their” Talents. The man wants your money under “his” domain, just like the rest of the tv evangelists.

    one man buried his money, one used his/yours to create multi-month-gonowhere-circus-side-shows and one man spent his time overseeing and hiring the right people to run the current bureauracracies. Which man was the wise one?

    Q: Will there be a motor fuel tax?

    A: That

  2. dorian says:

    Hmmm….anyone else envision the counties going to zero based budgeting? I mean the whole argument here is that the counties can’t be trusted to generate their own revenue. If this is true, then how could they ever be trusted to spend it without the benevolent oversight of the house ogliarchy?

  3. The Comma Guy says:

    I think that the Tax Jesus got confused. Rather than agencies, he meant counties. Fulton, DeKalb and Clayton being the first 3 to exist under the zero based funding….

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