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CDR: Tax-It Shock Syndrome

Tax-it Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a potentially fatal economic and political illness caused by a bacterial toxin. The causative bacteria include Staphylococcus congressicus, Streptococcus liberalococcus, and Streptococcus socialistococcus.

The characteristic incoherence of tax policies implemented for social rather than economic reasons leads to dementia in those who might be deemed “carriers,” such as legislators, governors and presidents, when, as is almost always the case, outcomes – particularly revenue generation and wealth redistribution – do not match expectations, intentions or promises.

Symptoms of Tax-it Shock Syndrome vary depending on the underlying policy. TSS resulting from infection with the bacteria Staphylococcus liberalococcus typically manifests in otherwise healthy economies with lethargy, accompanied by malaise and confusion, which can rapidly progress to stupor, coma, depression and, in extreme cases, revolution.

The most famous case of Tax-it Shock Syndrome was contracted by King George III of England in 1776.

See also Barack Obama, Woodrow Wilson, Democrats, Progressives, Liberals, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, King George III, American Tea Party (then and now), American Revolution



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