At long last, anti-tax monkeys are finally warming up to mass transit. You may have already seen this stunning video proof.
Okay, I've made a lot of fun about certain politicians which I repeatedly refer to as "anti-tax monkeys". But what exactly do I mean by that? What is an anti-tax monkey?
Trained monkeys would save tens of thousands in local political salaries.
Well I'll tell you. I'm actually referring to the specific political personality that builds and maintains his or her election, and presumably, genuine political philosophy, on the idea that taxes are bad and should therefore be eliminated at every opportune juncture. While a reasonable person believes that rampant taxation may not only be unfair and irresponsibly managed, an anti-tax monkey fails to consider just as easily, and unlike a reasonable person, that in some cases taxes are justified and are managed just fine.
In their dogma, these politicians thusly reduce their entire political animation to merely monitoring the agenda for anything that represents or could ultimately represent a tax, then voting against it. Since this methodology of simply voting down or taking position against anything with a tax keywork in it is so devoid of any intellectualism, I believe trained monkeys could take their place and simply hit the 'ney' button on vote control boxes every time the word tax came up.
And that's where the concept of the anti-tax monkey comes from.
Is it really so crazy? Think of the tax savings if the Brian Blairs or Ronda Storms's of the world agreed to trade in their pricey political seats and salaries for monkeys that would mean little or no difference in democratic functionality relative to their standard contribution. You'd think they be all for it if it saved taxpayer dollars, right?