Sean Hannity Looks up Reaganomics on Wikipedia

Funny story written by UWGB-Beek

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

New York, New York--Sean Hannity finally looked up Reaganomics on Wikipedia, because a caller to his show told him to do it.

"A caller told me I was missing the point about tax cuts for the supper rich, and should look it up on Wikipedia. What really shocked me was the line about how 'federal debt increased significantly' because my argument was based on the fact revenues would help keep down the debt," Sean Hannity said.

For weeks, Sean Hannity has been rude to liberal callers that told him that he was missing the one point about the Reagan Tax Cuts, and that was the fact that a government that takes in a lot less money from the supper rich has less money to pay for things like increased military spending, so they have to borrow the money from foreign sources.

"I am sick of the supper rich paying taxes. The poor should pay more taxes and allow my rich friends to get rich off of oil companies and other companies that exploit the poor." Sean said on his radio show.

Sean Hannity is just part of the Republican agenda that calls for keeping the Bush Tax Cuts. They claim these tax cuts will lead to more people having more money because of Trickle-down economics.

"I love Trickle-down economics, because maybe in fifteen years I will see the benefits of the supper rich not having to pay their fair share of taxes," Roger Jones, a college graduate now working at McDonalds, said to Sean Hannity.

The sad thing that even though Sean Hannity now knows the truth and has a chance to change his message, he hasn't done anything but get more passionate about keeping his message.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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