Boortz: We Live In A Culture Where It's Greedy To Want To Keep Money And Not Greedy To Want To Take It Away
"We live in a culture now where it is greedy to want to keep the money you earned, but it is not greedy to want to take away that somebody else earns. Everything is turned upside down. They're talking about tax increases to save our economy. That's like telling a heart patient to eat more fatty foods, it just doesn't work," libertarian radio titan Neal Boortz said on Fox News' "Hannity" Monday night.
"You can sell it to people who are educated and informed about our economy. But we have a government-educated electorates out there that could not tell you the difference between a profit and a profit margin. A government-educated electorate that buys this nonsense from Obama that the rich aren't paying their fair share. These people -- the voters that we have right now in this country, Sean, are exactly the type of voters that the people who created our government-educated system a hundred years ago wanted. Low information, uninformed, they don't know what's going on and they simply to react to this rhetoric they get from their politicians in Washington, D.C.," Boortz added.