If you thought that increasing taxes is all bad you would be wrong. In New York’s case it gets you one less egotistical blowhard living within your borders.
Rush Limbaugh, the conservative talk show king, announced this week that he’s ditching his New York digs and finding another alternate location for his top-rated show in the wake of Gov. Paterson’s “stupid, punitive, massive tax increases.”
“I’m going to get out of there totally, ’cause this is just absurd,” railed Limbaugh, who famously acknowledged an addiction to painkillers in October 2003.
Of Albany’s proposed hikes, which will boost income taxes on households earning more than $300,000 a year, El Rushbo said they were “punishing the achievers for the mistakes… on the part of a bunch of corrupt politicians.”