Monday, September 18, 2006

Types that annoy the Beak

Anyone who reads this blog knows that there are cetain vile types that drive me up a wall.

1) Communists this is no shock to people who read this blog. This type readilly hides their true colors but are easy to spot. The traditional class based insanity and the victims rights corollary are just as annoying. They like to talk in self absorbed tones, but have never had an intelligent thought in their lives.

2) Racial power goons of all stripes. The Storm Front clowns and the black racial power equivalents are comedic fodder. One of the black equivalents is called the five percenters. To the rest of us this sounds like bank interest. There are also screwy balck Hebrews and the Nation of Islam. Most people are familiar with the White equivalent. I have not seen or heard of an Asian variant of this insanity.

3) Jihadis. Most Muslims will readilly admit the abuses of religious minorities in Islamic countries in private. However, there is a no nothing culture that seems to forget Islamo/Jim Crow and Colonialism were very real. The reason for this is far left types like Duncy gloss over the evils of Islamic history. Well at least the Muslims didn't toss you into the ovens. The logic of rationalizing one set of abuses with that of another set of abuses is poor logic. There is a militant batch of Muslims who are in a perpetual rage and have zero understanding of history. Lets be outraged over the Crusades and the Momgols. What is the next outrage cartoons, a Saturday Night live skit or Menudo lyrics?

4 Anarcho/Liberterians these folks are the scourge of a mostly rational movement. They run around quoting Murray Rothbard and parrot the Anti-Americanism of Code PINKO. They are quite fond of conspiracy theories and should be treated as cartoon charachters. Even a dog pack has a leader and is more rational than any variant this ilk.

5) Animal Rights / Environmental Nuts. Animals have no rights because they can not consent. Man is part of the food chain and I am at the apex. I eat the animals who eat the vegtables. I also respect the need to preserve genuine species, but not contrived annomilies as the Bronx Sewer Rat. The constant NIMBY of the environmentalists hurts the economy. Lets use existing laws to control environmental damage.

6) The Henry George followers. This is a NYC nonsense but a group of anarchists want
to eliminate ownership of Real Estate. You may own the house on the land but not the land itself. The reality of property taxes make this moot. However, let these nuts start nationalizing property in Beverly Hills, Hollywood and wherever the Kennedys, Kerrys and the far left residents of the lucky sperm club live.

7) Red Sox and Dallas Cowboy fans

8) The Arts and Theatre crew. I am a normal fan of the arts. I pay for my ticket and
view my art in whatever form. I do not see the artist as sacrosanct or the possessor of all knowing wisdom. Nor do I look down my nose at high quality commercial family
fare.

9) Self absorbed athiests or those who view genuine religious people as trite.

If I have left out any groups let me know.

Beamish in 08

81 comments:

The Merry Widow said...

Beaker- I think you hit the important(?) low points! I've known people who do own their homes, but not the land, what a nightmare! I think anarchists want to live in caves, chewing on dirty, raw roots, and pass around sex partners and the children having no idea of who their parents are and mating with half brothers and sisters! they would quickly degenerate into...mohammadins!

tmw

beakerkin said...

This is the Henry George madness and talking with that crew is like talking to a wall.

nanc said...

cat lovers...

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The Merry Widow said...

Nanc- The cat is my daughters! Only thing is, her cat loves me more! What can I say?
plucky- next time I get to the library, I'll take a gander and see if they have it. No system is perfect and if the people of this country would work at getting themselves out of debt, and stay out, there would be less of a difference in "classes". Debt is a killer! I have lived debt free ever since I paid off my student loans early! I sleep better at night too. We have what I would call a slum lord in my neighborhood, he buys up the houses of owners who have died and rents them out. You can usually tell his properties because he never upgrades them, just the bare minimum to rent them out! He also owns the area porn shop. He had a deli, but the health department shut it down 3 times, so he changed it to pornography. degenerate type, why his wife hasn't left him is a mystery, if I was married to him either the shop or I would have gone!

tmw

Mr. Ducky said...

merry widow, may I point out that Beak, as usual, has no grasp of the Georgist economic school.

Henry George (my uncle was head of the Georgist society in Boston) believed that unearned income primarily in the form of rents was the primary cause of poverty. Please note that "rent" in economics is a larger idea than merely the familiar apartment rents.

He proposed taxing rents but did not forbid ownership of the means that produce rents.

You might try "Progress and Poverty". It's an excellent book. George was also the first to predict that if Marx's ideas were tried, they would lead to dictatorship. He was a very inovative thinker.

Of course Beak will come back with some noise about my being a Marxist when I have repeatedly told him that Marx was in fact correct about structural problems in capitalism but completely wrong about the solution. I fear that the Beak is either incapable of learning or unable to drop his stereotyping (a practice he hates when applied to himself).

beakerkin said...

Duncy

Lets see how many categories you fit on this list.

No thank you on George. This rent causes poverty bit is a bore. The notion that poverty itself can be eliminated with social engineering is folly. In tact families led by people with maretable job skills is the solution.

The removal of lazy Marxists who drive up the cost of education and do no work would help the poor far more than Marx or George madness. What is the difference between you and John Brown other than he is a psycho. You both blame America and the West and ignore the evils caused by Marx. Sorry there Duncy it doesn't ring true.

Farmer John said...

Xenophon's response to Henry George from "Economist"

Soc. It appears, you hold to the position that wealth consists of things which benefit, while things which injure are not wealth?

Crit. Just so.

Soc. The same things, in fact, are wealth or not wealth, according as a man knows or does not know the use to make of them? To take an instance, a flute may be wealth to him who is sufficiently skilled to play upon it, but the same instrument is no better than the stones we tread under our feet to him who is not so skilled . . . unless indeed he chose to sell it?

Crit. That is precisely the conclusion we should come to.[8] To persons ignorant of their us [9] flutes are wealth as saleable, but as possessions not for sale they are no wealth at all; and see, Socrates, how smoothly and consistently the argument proceeds,[10] since it is admitted that things which benefit are wealth. The flutes in question unsold are not wealth, being good for nothing: to become wealth they must be sold.

[8] Reading {tout auto}, or if {tout au} with Sauppe, transl. "Yes, that is another position we may fairly subscribe to."

[9] i.e. "without knowledge of how to use them."

[10] Or, "our discussion marches on all-fours, as it were."

Yes! (rejoined Socrates), presuming the owner knows how to sell them; since, supposing again he were to sell them for something which he does not know how to use,[11] the mere selling will not transform them into wealth, according to your argument.

[11] Reading {pros touto o}, or if {pros touton, os}, transl. "to a man who did not know how to use them."

Crit. You seem to say, Socrates, that money itself in the pockets of a man who does not know how to use it is not wealth?

Soc. And I understand you to concur in the truth of our proposition so far: wealth is that, and that only, whereby a man may be benefited. Obviously, if a man used his money to buy himself a mistress, to the grave detriment of his body and soul and whole estate, how is that particular money going to benefit him now? What good will he extract from it?

Crit. None whatever, unless we are prepared to admit that hyoscyamus,[12] as they call it, is wealth, a poison the property of which is to drive those who take it mad.

[12] "A dose of henbane, 'hogs'-bean,' so called." Diosc. 4. 69; 6.
15; Plut. "Demetr." xx (Clough, v. 114).

Soc. Let money then, Critobulus, if a man does not know how to use it aright--let money, I say, be banished to the remote corners of the earth rather than be reckoned as wealth.[13] But now, what shall we say of friends? If a man knows how to use his friends so as to be
benefited by them, what of these?

[13] Or, "then let it be relegated . . . and there let it lie in the category of non-wealth."

Crit. They are wealth indisputably, and in a deeper sense than cattle are, if, as may be supposed, they are likely to prove of more benefit to a man than wealth of cattle.


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...and so why should wealth from the earth belong to the "commons" or rents eliminated? They (the commons) wouldn't know what to do with it, wouldn't know how to invest it... only spend it on mistresses.... et al.

Mr. Ducky said...

George's position is to tax unearned income. I'm surprised beak doesn't find that idea compelling but Beak is a right winger and therefore has trouble with the life of the mind.

Now your discussion of wealth is kinda useless but there is something of interest in "The flutes in question unsold are not wealth, being good for nothing: to become wealth they must be sold." Actually your hero seems ignorant of the idea of rents which is income by virtue of merely owning an commodity. Since you are willing to eat the crumbs that fall from the aristocracy's table I can see why you might accept the argument.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Why can't we just shorten this list and say that everyone to the left of Barry Goldwater lowers the average IQ of any room they enter?

Farmer John said...

Sorry mr. ducky,

But before Henry Ford invented the automobile and the Wright brothers the aeroplane, all those billions of gallons of oil under Saudi Arabia weren't "wealth"... they were just more than useless pools of goo.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Ducky,

First you say that "rents" in economics is a larger idea than merely the familiar apartment rents.

Then you say "rents...is income by virtue of merely owning an commodity."

Is this yet another example of the leftist need to convince others that leftists are idiots overwhelming the leftist need to express awe at the mundane?

Farmer John said...

Henry George's position was to re-allocate rents to the common people, and away from those who knew how to use the materials paying rent. In other words, it rewarded the ignorant to the detriment of the knowledgeable.

His big brain fart was to charge rent (tax) whatever proved useful to somebody else (wealth) and was willing to add-value to it through labor and then givbe it (in the form of tax revenue or rent) to those who needed it and added no value. It's not a very good idea... in fact it bears a strange similarity to the phrase "from those who can, to those who cannot".

Mr. Ducky said...

Poverty is identical to ignorance, Farmer.

That means Beamish is dumber in comparison to myself than I thought.

I will admit that George has common points with what we would call a democratic socialist today.

Farmer John said...

Remember your Smith and Malthus ducky. Rent is all "location - location - location". It's value depends on its' proximity to the place it is used.

Farmer John said...

...not its' proximity to the place it is produced. They call it a "market".

Farmer John said...

...and I agree. Poverty is ignorance ducky. Let's hope that the "information age" helps cure it. But then again... information is not necessarily "wisdom".

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Huh? Ducky?

I'm not the one saying "Rents means...rents" and thinking they said something.

Farmer John said...

...and neither is "wealth".

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Such profound cerebral flatulence from Ducky, isn't it? "Let's make unearned income in the form of tax revenue from empty houses." You could charge people to screw you in the ass... oh, we better tax it!

Numnbskulls. All leftists are numbskulls.

Always On Watch said...

Beak,
Man is part of the food chain and I am at the apex.

Is that a Beamishism?

Nanc,
Well, I have cats, as you know. But any "rights" they have are subservient to my rights. LOL.

I may qualify as a cat-lover, but I have only a few cat t-shirts. I do, however, have several cat night-shirts.

Mr. Beamish,
All leftists are numbskulls.

I won't dispute that! :)

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Good thing all leftists INSIST that all rational people find them to be imbeciles.

Farmer John said...

On the relation of rent to market (Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

AOW,

I wouldn't put man at the apex of the food chain. Not until Wal-Mart begins selling lion flesh.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

...which is damned good with Louisiana hot sauce

beakerkin said...

AOW

I will not blame Mr Beamish for that fuax pas. The general idea is I eat the animals who eat the plant material. Man is part of the food chain and not divorced from it.

The Merry Widow said...

It also ignores the fact that renting something out decreases it's lifespan, requires more maintainance, so most of the rents go to maintainance, TAXES, and replacement! I know, when we were in CA. after my Father died, we rented the property and the taxes for nonresidece was almost twixe as high as those who used it as a primary residence!

tmw

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Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Beak,

Lions eat more people than people eat lions. The same with bears (which taste good with honey barbeque sauce)

Mr. Ducky said...

Well farmer, the discussion of "rents" is easily extended to ask questions like "is Tom Brady's salary rent"?

It isn't simply property.

For instance, since the Republican Party can capitalize on stupidity Beamish could command an excessive fee and it could be called a rent.

Mr. Ducky said...

Beak, how many people do you think are annoyed by Kahanists like yourself with payoth down to your ankles?

Ever tire of indulging in stereotype?

Farmer John said...

Has Brady memorized the teams playbook? If not, his use to the team is limited. He gets paid a base "rent" for his visual-spatial accuity and muscle coordination. The playbook constitutes an "improvement" upon the property which increases its' rental value... especially when combined with the oordinated action of other players.

Without the game and the playbook, Brady's "rental value" would be only slightly "above average".

beakerkin said...

Lets see Duncy

A secular type such as myself would not wear payis. You have just given us yet another example of Communist Anti-semitism as well as gross ignorance.

The description of me as a Kahanist
is quite amusing. MZ would be rather glad to set you straight on who is a Kahanist. A secular type such as myself is unlikely to have much in common with that crew. The only thing I share with Kahanists is a total disdain for Commie goons.

A social liberal would have little else in common with that crowd.

Mr. Ducky said...

You don't get it, do you Beak? Damn it's hard tp figure out why you're so dense and can't perceive your own stereotyping.

Sarcasm doesn't work with you. Facts don't work. You have this odd belief (or need) to shut yourself off from anything that challenges your world view.

Farmer John said...

...and you would tax Brady on these rents and give the money to the fans... who do nothing but consume.

Farmer John said...

Perhaps Brady should turn altruist... and play football for free?

Farmer John said...

Why did he spend all those years learning and practicing then. I doubt he had dreams of forever retaining an amateur status.

He deserves his gargantuan salary. He has earned it. Un-earned income is a myth. So are taxes upon it.

Farmer John said...

And rents are earned through the improvements made, although some of these improvements currently fall under the domain of the state (ie highway/rail access).

Farmer John said...

and public domain improvements are made not by the consumers of wealth... but the producers of wealth. Poor people don't pay taxes.

Mr. Ducky said...

"and public domain improvements are made not by the consumers of wealth... but the producers of wealth. Poor people don't pay taxes."

So what? The producers of wealth (a class whose membership we wouldn't agree on) don't benefit?

Farmer John and his Central American economics gives us the recipe for a fucking hellhole. Not good, Farmer.

Afghanistan is looking more like Galt's Gulch every day. Why not move?

beakerkin said...

Duncy

Define what you consider to be my world view. Try doing it with out hysterical idiocy.

Farmer John said...

Yes, they benefit ducky. The point is, why should the non-producers and contributors care that they aren't benefitting. Theirs/Yours is resentment... pure and simple.

Mr. Ducky said...

Beak, I'm sorry but I don't care about your world view. You have a neurotic obsession with "communists" and "marxists" and can't engage in a rational discussion with anyone tagged with those labels.

Spend some time finding out why that piece of crap Giuliani signed a sweetheart deal with Motorola and strapped NYC first responders with inferior radio gear, leading to their death on 9-11.

You just can't handle the hurly-burly of life Beak. It's all static to you.

Mr. Ducky said...

The point is Farmer that compared to me you are a non producer. really, quit using the fucking term.

beakerkin said...

Duncy, I define Communists as criminals and history tends to back my point of view. Marxism is directly responsible for 100,000,000 deaths and I guess being upset by a genocidal idea seems nuerotic. However, I place Commies and Marxists where they belong as pariahs with Nazis, Jihadis and racial power nuts.

I guess I merely imagine the treason and sedition of the left in the USA. Sorry Duck, no sale to the rational.

Farmer John said...

So what ducky. A non-farmer isn't allowed to use the word farmer and can't know what one is? Get real.

Mr. Ducky said...

Farmer, the whole "non producer" is nothing but an indirect slur. It doesn't have any value.

Mr. Ducky said...

So what Beak. The question is your asinine continued use of the term "communist" for anyone holding opinions that are to the left of you. Especilly those who don't agree with your bigotry towards arabs and your belief that the IDF shits chocolate ice cream.

beakerkin said...

Ducky
this is amusing as Rob Bayn has never been called a communist. He also does not reflexively point the finger at the USA. Moreover, your blatant anti-semitism is fairly typical of your kind. Lets see how many Arab states created by colonialism are there 22. They should settle their own refugees and have ample land to do so.

You should step out of the Red closet and embrace your inner class genocidal bretheren. I mince no words with your kind and readily differentiate Bayn and others from the sons of treason.

Farmer John said...

methinks you are over-sensitive mr. ducky. There are both productive and non-productive forms of labor. Adam Smith distinguishes one from the other. A servant is non-productive. A machinist is productive.

One isn't better than the other, only one Creates wealth, and the other does not.

Farmer John said...

I am a servant who creates no wealth... but I serve those who produce it happily and without resentment. I am not offended by the title "servant".

Farmer John said...

I produce no wisdom either. But that doesn't mean I can't respect or admire those that do.

What is wealth...

THE annual labour of every nation is the fund which
originally supplies it with all the necessaries and conveniences
of life which it annually consumes, and which consist always
either in the immediate produce of that labour, or in what is
purchased with that produce from other nations.
According therefore as this produce, or what is purchased
with it, bears a greater or smaller proportion to the number of
those who are to consume it, the nation will be better or worse
supplied with all the necessaries and conveniences for which it
has occasion.
But this proportion must in every nation be regulated by two
different circumstances; first, by the skill, dexterity, and
judgment with which its labour is generally applied; and,
secondly, by the proportion between the number of those who are
employed in useful labour, and that of those who are not so
employed. Whatever be the soil, climate, or extent of territory
of any particular nation, the abundance or scantiness of its
annual supply must, in that particular situation, depend upon
those two circumstances.


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To explain in what has consisted the revenue of the great
body of the people, or what has been the nature of those funds
which, in different ages and nations, have supplied their annual
consumption, is the object of these four first books. The fifth
and last book treats of the revenue of the sovereign, or
commonwealth. In this book I have endeavoured to show, first,
what are the necessary expenses of the sovereign, or
commonwealth; which of those expenses ought to be defrayed by the
general contribution of the whole society; and which of them by
that of some particular part only, or of some particular members
of it: secondly, what are the different methods in which the
whole society may be made to contribute towards defraying the
expenses incumbent on the whole society, and what are the
principal advantages and inconveniences of each of those methods:
and, thirdly and lastly, what are the reasons and causes which
have induced almost all modern governments to mortgage some part
of this revenue, or to contract debts, and what have been the
effects of those debts upon the real wealth, the annual produce
of the land and labour of the society.

Mr. Ducky said...

'You take the Red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole really goes'.

Our new Iraq policy.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Ducky,

You're a leftist. You admit you're a leftist. You engage in emitting absurdity every day just in case someone is unaware that you're a leftist.

Can we dispense with your wheezing about "living the life of the mind?" Really. Show me a leftist with a mind. Do they stand on 4-sided triangles?

beakerkin said...

Duncy the idiocy with Guilani and the communications equipment is a non-issue. We can second guess every administration on such matters. Interestingly, when one throws any light on Hubba Bubba the left starts the same screed. This is a non issue at best.

I will look on my archives for the red connection to Islamist terror.
In any event the reds just waste time with extraneous roots causes garbage and rationalizes barbarism.
There is no excuse for terror and pardon my bluntness. The Religion of peace is more apt to be the victimizer than the victim.

nanc said...

whiners...

Anonymous said...

Beak! I'm always amazed at how the humour sneaks in behind the politics. American politics is a monster compared to canadian dictatorship..lol. Always a laugh stuck in there in your posts. Must be the jooooooo in you!..LOL
{elijah}

nanc said...

little girls who won't get their homework done so their mother can get some blogtime in before everybody else gets home...

beakerkin said...

Elijah

If Warren were here the rolling ooooo bothered the hell out of 167.
The whole thing is quite humorous and even some Bad Eagle posters were doing it for a while.

I have to check the archives where I did a spoof post about the secret cabal of 167. Their catch phrase was Bad Jooooooo in the spoof. 167 came here crying that he has never used the term in his life.

If you ever get a chance the original dog eating satire is on Bad Eagle in the Heat section. Drummaster swears it is the funniest thread he has ever read.
For months there was a run on dog eating jokes. I think it is under for antisemites only.

kuhnkat said...

Poor Little Che Sucky is irritable again!!

So Sucky, exactly what do you produce and what is it WORTH to a majority of the population of our planet??

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

The Merry Widow said...

KuhnKat- At least I have produced consumable goods, mostly military use. I have also supported (at home) a husband who helped support goods, commercial applications. So, for myself, I know I have helped add to the general wealth of this country! Entertainment, outside of family and friends getting together, is a luxury! So teaching students to produce luxury isn't really important to survival! I guess being expendable in the grand scheme of things can be humbling!

tmw

kuhnkat said...

TMW,

It is an interesting exercise to rank the posters by their CONTRIBUTION or PRODUCTION in our society.

Even more interesting is to look at the backgrounds of the Politicians we vote for or against!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Hey Beakerkin, ya know anyone with the kind of info about the top Pols that would fit into a post for you??

Hitlery, for instance, had some very strong Commie influence in school and her first jobs after!!

Bore's dad was bought and paid for by Arm and Hammer, a KGB agent...

Warren said...

Duck, you're a major idiot!

The "unearned" wealth of real estate rental is already taxed. Its called income and property tax. In most States, renters even get a deduction on their income tax for renting.

Here's a plan I'm sure you'll go along with, A wealth tax.

We can start by taxing all those so-call pieces of "art" hanging on the walls of ner-do-wells. Say, 10% of their market value annually.

This would also give these oppressors of the downtrodden an incentive to pass those "works of art" on to the less fortunate.

I mean, any appreciation of their value is "unearned, no?

Then we can do away with intellectual properties. Just because someone thought of something doesn't mean that they should own the rights to it or be able to assign those rights to a third party, right?

I mean, this is probably the largest cause of poverty in the world!

Everyone should be able to get anything they want without working for it, for free! That would end poverty!

Isn't it time for you to grow up, Ducktard?

Purple Avenger said...

income by virtue of merely owning an commodity.

I'm going to try this argument the next time one of my tennets whines about something not working.

"Hey man, I just own the place. If you want anything fixed you're gonna have to do it yourself"

It would make my life much simpler if I didn't have to replace water heaters, stoves, repaint, fix holes in the walls, put in new flooring/rugs, rewire old units, and repair all the random damage renters cause.

Anyone who thinks rent is unearned income is a complete frigging moron and has never owned a rental property that they maintained themselves as I do.

If I billed my own labor the properties would be losing money.

beakerkin said...

Warren

I know there is a type of tax deduction if you lend an artwork to a museum. I all in favor of this
as many Museums would have bare walls without this loophole.

uptownseteve said...

warren

"In most States, renters even get a deduction on their income tax for renting."

Really?

Maybe renting farm property or corporate facility rentals.

But apartment or home rentals don't offer any tax breaks.

nanc said...

seteve?

http://www1.move.com/Finance/Taxes/Renters.asp?poe=move

uptownseteve said...

nanc

Your link provides stipulations.

Do you have a home office?

Are you a student?

Are you a former property owner who sold your home in 1999?

How much did you earn in 1999?

These stipulations don't apply to the average renter.

Nice try.

uptownseteve said...

farmer john

"Poor people don't pay taxes."

Anyone who has filled out a W-2 form pays taxes.

So isn't everyone who submits a W-2 a contributor?

Warren said...

Lil' stevie, you're such an ignorant ass, and waste of skin, you aren't worth talking to.

You must think that any silliness that pops in your solid bone skull must be true because you think its so!

Before you run your stupid assed mouth, you should check for yourself in something besides your imagination.

FROM: The SDAT Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation (The State you supposedly live in):

Renters' Tax Credits

REMINDER: The deadline for filing an application for the
Renters' Tax Credit Program is September 1st of each year.

The Renters' Tax Credit Program is a plan that provides property tax credits for renters who meet certain requirements.

The plan was modeled after and designed to be similar in principle to the Homeowners' Tax Credit Program, which is known to many as the Circuit Breaker Program. The concept rests on the reasoning that renters indirectly pay property taxes as part of their rent and thus should have some protection, as do homeowners.

The plan is based upon the relationship between rent and income. If the portion of rent attributable to the assumed property taxes exceeds a fixed amount in relation to income, the renter can, under specified conditions, receive a credit of as much as $600. The credit is paid as a direct check from the State of Maryland.
HOW A RENTED DWELLING IS DEFINED

The rented dwelling may be an apartment in an individual house or any type of apartment building, duplex, co-op, condominium, house trailer, or mobile home pad. The dwelling must be the principal residence in Maryland and the renter must live there at least six months of the year. You are only eligible to receive a tax credit for rent paid in the State of Maryland.

The applicant must have a bona fide leasehold interest in the property and be legally responsible for the rent. If the dwelling that is rented is owned by a tax exempt, charitable organization or is exempt in any way from property taxation, a tax credit cannot be granted.


Most States have a similar program and, once again, you show that you are either deluded, a liar, or bone headed stupid.

Warren said...

And everyone that sends out a W2 isn't a contributor. If they get their money back, they haven't "contributed" anything!

uptownseteve said...

warren

"If the portion of rent attributable to the assumed property taxes exceeds a fixed amount in relation to income, the renter can, under specified conditions, receive a credit of as much as $600"

Once again ASSHOLE, this doesn't apply to the average renter.

"And everyone that sends out a W2 isn't a contributor. If they get their money back, they haven't "contributed" anything!"

Who gets all of their tax contribution back?

Besides rich folks and corporations that is?

Warren said...

Lil' stevie, the dimwit, said:
"Once again ASSHOLE, this doesn't apply to the average renter."

Proof moron, you said, unequivocally:

"Maybe renting farm property or corporate facility rentals.

But apartment or home rentals don't offer any tax breaks."

Which is it, you lying, racist, dimwitted, moron?

In my State, there is a $1500 deduction for "anyone" that rents a residence.

In your supposed State, they even get a tax break for renting a pad for a camping trailer as long as they have a renters contract and claim it as their primary place of residence!

Go peddle your simple minded BS somewhere else and wipe the drool off your chin. Maybe you can impress some third graders or something.

Then Lil' stevie muttered:

"Who gets all of their tax contribution back?

Besides rich folks and corporations that is?
"


Look moron, have you ever actually read a 1040? How can anyone as profoundly stupid as you claim to own and run a business?

Anyone that earns under a certain amount of money with the amount increasing for deductions and Earned Income Credit. (In the case of Earned Income Credit, they can actually get money they never paid in!) gets all of there money back.

People with kids, that don't earn any real income, or receive less income than a specified amount, (and NO I'm not looking it up for your lazy ass), files a 1040 and receives a check from the IRS as an Earned Income Credit. In other words, they receive a "refund" even though they never paid in any, or less than enough money, to refund.

No wonder you leftards are stupid, you have the reading comprehension skills of a blind dog.

kuhnkat said...

Uptownsleeze proves again that he is a MORON.

California offers a tax credit for low income RENTERS of APARTMENTS and HOMES as their PRIMARY RESIDENCE!!! Roomates can even qualify for a pro-rated credit.

Tha fact that only low income types qualify for much more than BUPKISS is meaningless. At one time I qualified for a renters credit of $60 AND RECEIVED IT!!

Suck your own brains if you got 'em!!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

kuhnkat said...

Warren said:

"No wonder you leftards are stupid, you have the reading comprehension skills of a blind dog."

Feeling mighty generous today aincha??

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Warren said...

I apologise to all the blind dogs, everywhere.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Warren,

Here's a plan I'm sure you'll go along with, A wealth tax.

We can start by taxing all those so-call pieces of "art" hanging on the walls of ner-do-wells. Say, 10% of their market value annually.

This would also give these oppressors of the downtrodden an incentive to pass those "works of art" on to the less fortunate.

I mean, any appreciation of their value is "unearned, no?

Then we can do away with intellectual properties. Just because someone thought of something doesn't mean that they should own the rights to it or be able to assign those rights to a third party, right?

I mean, this is probably the largest cause of poverty in the world!

Everyone should be able to get anything they want without working for it, for free! That would end poverty!

Isn't it time for you to grow up, Ducktard?


That's the top shelf smackdown.

But Ducky wants to "live the life of the mind," rather than the life of the sentient.

The Merry Widow said...

Mr. B.- You're right, plucky is stuck inside his brain and he can't(or won't) get out! He's missing out on living!

tmw

uptownseteve said...

"At one time I qualified for a renters credit of $60 AND RECEIVED IT!!"

60 fuckin dollars.

That won't even fill the tank of an SUV.

You clowns are nuts.

Warren said...

Lil' stevie,
Let me point something out to your lyin' ass.

Knowing that your reading and comprehension skills are totally non-existent; those credits and deductions are progressively weighted. The less income you make, the bigger credit you receive.

I know you probably don't understand a word of that, but hey, I've always had a soft spot for the developmentally disabled!