The real IRS scandal we should be talking about is not the victimization of tea party groups by the IRS, but the corruption of a political system that grants special rights to the plutocracy.
For Easter Sunday, the Leesburg Daily Commercial chose to celebrate the meaning of Jesus by printing another hideously aggressive plutocratic diatribe from Russ Sloan. Does the hypocrisy of this little rag know no bounds?
Russ Sloan’s column in the Leesburg Daily Commercial degenerated into outright comedy this week as he professed his undying fondness for Mitt Romney. Sloan’s simplistic worldview prevents him from perceiving the deeper evils of the President he openly despises.
Russ Sloan’s latest insult to the ordinary Americans who read the Leesburg Daily Commercial was just as pernicious and ignorant as his earlier wild-animal analogy.
The Leesburg Daily Commercial, through its in-house plutocratic sycophant, Russ Sloan, has referred to recipients of Social Security and Medicare as wild animals growing dangerously dependent on social assistance. Middle-class Americans must fight back against this open class warfare. Russ Sloan must be fired.
Russ Sloan’s latest invocation of Reagan’s anti-government rhetoric attempts to blame business failures on burdensome regulations. Conveniently, it neglects to mention that corporate profits are at an all-time high.
The Leesburg Daily Commercial continues to provide Russ Sloan with a platform for his outrageous plutocratic propaganda. But his selective statistics and loaded language should not fool anyone.
It takes blind faith to believe in capitalism to the extent that the Daily Commercial’s Russ Sloan does. Sloan’s plutocratic dross has an eager market among the Bible-bashing theocrats, but fails the reality test for thinking adults.
As usual, Russ Sloan of the Leesburg Daily Commercial completely misrepresents reality in praising House Republicans for being diligent public servants. Sloan belongs in the cartoon universe with which he insults his readers’ intelligence.
With typical ignorance and cynicism, Russ Sloan’s column in the Leesburg Daily Commercial attempts to excuse Wall Street for the financial calamity of recent years, ignoring plain facts and common decency in the process.
The Leesburg Daily Commercial continues to provide Russ Sloan with a weekly soapbox from which to preach his plutocratic propaganda. This week, he debases the legacy of Thomas Jefferson by using carefully selected quotes to attack Social Security. Sloan’s obscene distortions must be resisted by all middle-class Americans who love their country.