Terry McMillan says Obama’s tax increase ‘was a nice start,’ now slay the Republicans

https://twitter.com/MsTerryMcMillan/status/289167834892886016

If Sarah Palin’s use of crosshairs on a map can really be considered “violent rhetoric,” then Terry McMillan must be one of America’s most violent tweeters. She’s shared how she’d trip Mitt Romney and how she wanted to slap him and Sarah Palin and Mitch McConnell and John Boehner. We’ll happily give her credit, though, for referring to the 2013 Obama tax increase as a tax increase — something that came as a shock to so many fans of the president when they looked at their pay stubs and learned they were “the rich.”

And as long as we’re giving credit where it’s due, we have to agree on another point, as much as we don’t want to.

http://twitter.com/MsTerryMcMillan/statuses/289164066977640448

Make that several points.

http://twitter.com/MsTerryMcMillan/statuses/289165393577263104

http://twitter.com/MsTerryMcMillan/statuses/289165572338487296

Amen! We have to part ways here, though.

http://twitter.com/MsTerryMcMillan/statuses/289164262549639168

If only they didn’t care about being liked. We’ll dream of the possibilities there along with the do-over. In the meantime, attention Gov. Rick Scott: Terry McMillan doesn’t like you either. Go raise some taxes or something.

http://twitter.com/MsTerryMcMillan/statuses/289166782235832320

Arrogant? Isn’t that just racial code language for “uppity white man”?

  • carla5731

    I believe Terry McMillian has a net worth around $40 million. She should send it all to the Treasury or shut up! I’m tired of greedy people complaining about how greedy other people are.

    • grais

      She sure seems happy to see the working poor suffer.

      • carla5731

        I don’t know her relationship status, but she and Al Gore would make a perfect couple.

        • grais

          Last (and only) I knew, she married a much younger gay guy and wrote a book about it.
          zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

        • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

          I think she’d probably go more for Tipper.

        • lainer51

          there is a strong resemblance there.

        • lainer51

          there is a strong resemblance there.

    • lainer51

      but I thought rich people were evil… isn’t that the lesson learned during the campaign? I can safely assume she will be giving her $ to the poor pronto, correct?

    • lainer51

      but I thought rich people were evil… isn’t that the lesson learned during the campaign? I can safely assume she will be giving her $ to the poor pronto, correct?

  • Dan Thorpe

    Too bad Texas now has budget surplus, WI has a surplus. California with a democrat has a defecit

  • Pat Loudoun

    I really can’t stand this Woman.

    • grais

      Look at her Twitter page. She’s YokoOno weird.

      • lainer51

        isn’t that redundant? LMAO

      • lainer51

        isn’t that redundant? LMAO

  • grais

    You can’t compare McMillan to Palin…Palin’s accomplished…and she knows the language.

    • Danny Wheeler

      Hear hear!

  • hatsylady

    All elites like to see the lesser people suffer. McMillan is a bolshevik slob.

    • grais

      She may have some money, but she’s certainly no elite.

      • hatsylady

        She acts like an elitist snob. Thinks she can determine how the little people shall live.

      • Judy B

        You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.

  • Whodat

    I guess I could google this person, but that still wouldn’t answer the question; why is she relevant?

    • $21367552

      Hey that’s great, being ignorant and too lazy to be a little bit less ignorant is clearly a virtue ’round these parts.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        That’s a virtue at your usual hangouts, not here. She’s merely inconsequential – you know, sort of like you.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        That’s a virtue at your usual hangouts, not here. She’s merely inconsequential – you know, sort of like you.

      • lainer51

        ’round these parts? now there’s a grasp of the English language!

      • lainer51

        ’round these parts? now there’s a grasp of the English language!

    • $21367552

      Hey that’s great, being ignorant and too lazy to be a little bit less ignorant is clearly a virtue ’round these parts.

    • itzyaboi95

      This is the 2nd time I discovered a public figure I need to avoidon Twitchy.

  • des111168

    This kind of bitter is what you get when you find out your man was banging other dudes and only used you to get a green card.

    • lainer51

      LOL – now I may have to get her book (from the library, of course). Since my taxes and health care premiums went up, I can’t afford to buy it (nor would I anyway)

    • lainer51

      LOL – now I may have to get her book (from the library, of course). Since my taxes and health care premiums went up, I can’t afford to buy it (nor would I anyway)

  • detroit19

    Thought about responding to this ‘not of the real world’ person…uh, no. Saving that 45 seconds of my life that I’ll never get back. Wait, spending another 5 seconds to tell Terry McMillan to put up or STFU!

  • $23089169

    Soooooo angry all the time! This woman is in need of some serious prayers!

  • J.N. Ashby

    I’m poor. My SS tax went up 2%. Gotta love regressive taxes!

  • stuckinIL4now

    Here just two years and a day since the Gabby Giffords shooting it’s pretty evident the success the libturds have had at really polishing that civility they’ve been lecturing us about since then.

  • Jack Deth

    Memo to crazy, has been liberal lady:

    If you are granted your wish and the Republican party is slain. Whom will you have left to fight?

    An adversarial party must have an adversary. Otherwise you appear stupid and weak.

    Oh, wait. You already do!

  • HARP2

    Did she make that 40 million in a socialist country ?

  • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

    Stupid wench,”God don’t like ugly” to quote your Twitter feed………….you’re another female embarrassing us intelligent women! Shut up, please.

  • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

    Stupid wench,”God don’t like ugly” to quote your Twitter feed………….you’re another female embarrassing us intelligent women! Shut up, please.

  • Justin Case

    Where you been Terry? Republican party took it’s poison pill decades ago when it decided to mix politics with religion. Purging the GOP of it’s singular focus on social issues is the only way to get back to counter balancing the countries rush toward European economic socialism.

    • JoeMusgo

      The GOP’s “singular focus on social issues?” You mean like gun control, government sponsored health care, free birth control, a so-called “war on women,” unfettered abortion and gay marriage? Oh, wait, those are obsessions of Democrats, not Republicans. Never mind.

      • Justin Case

        Not enough Republicans left in congress to fight any of those fights with legislative solutions because you’ve bet the farm on abortion and gay marriage. Those issues can be solved constitutionally or with the power of the purse but Republicans chose a religious strategy and it’s backfired tremendously.

        • JoeMusgo

          The GOP has not “bet the farm” on abortion and gay rights, nor has it had a “singular focus” on social issues. All of these social issues are red herrings that the left uses to distract from the issues that are most important to the right, namely freedom and market capitalism. The reason we are rushing toward socialism is because the left’s sycophants in the media use every opportunity to advance the left’s agenda and put Republicans on the defensive. You are either disingenuous or are not paying close enough attention.

          • Justin Case

            I’m paying very close attention. There was very little substantive talk in the recent elections regarding freedom and market capitalism because you were snared in an argument over birth control among other social minutia. 25 Democrats up for election in the Senate. Net loss for Republicans. Lost seats in the House too.Voters (me) expected Republicans to take action on fiscal policy after the 2010 mid terms but substantial numbers of bills coming from the newly minted Republican congress people dealt with abortion. I’m paying very close attention.

          • JoeMusgo

            How can the Republicans “take action on fiscal policy” when the Senate is controlled by the Democrats? The House has passed budgets every year but the Senate has not adopted a budget resolution since April 29, 2009. Your “singular” focus seems to be on Republican inaction whereas the Democrats, apparently, get a free pass. I, too, would like to hear more about fiscal issues and less about social issues but, unfortunately, the media has inordinate influence on the political dialogue in this country. Oh, and by the way, there are currently 30 Republican governors and only 19 Democrat governors, so in spite of the media some of the Republican message seems to be getting through.

          • Justin Case

            The Democrats openly endorse higher taxes and more government spending. There’s no pass to be given. That’s who they are. If you’re the party that says you’re for the opposite and you’re not delivering it – whether in power or not in power – but instead spend inordinate amounts of political capital courting a particular portion of your parties base who are fixated on social issues – while simultaneously running deficits and adding debt – then there’s a legitimate reason to be disillusioned. If the media is trumpeting the very social issues the party stands against and your losing elections and consequently the political power to influence taxing and spending – it’s time to jettison those social issues. Furthermore, states and thus governors are losing more and more autonomy as evidenced by John Roberts (Republican appointed Chief Justice) who cast the deciding vote allowing the Federal government to mandate the purchase of a product (health insurance).

          • Red Fred

            Senators must represent ALL their constituents, therefore, conservatives are failing by NOT contacting the senators representing their state. Organization of voices and making them heard is the answer, IF they have any expectations of continued terms.

  • Justin Case

    Where you been Terry? Republican party took it’s poison pill decades ago when it decided to mix politics with religion. Purging the GOP of it’s singular focus on social issues is the only way to get back to counter balancing the countries rush toward European economic socialism.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pjcitro Paul J. Citro

    You talk about narrow minded, this is what happens when you lower the TEST scores.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pjcitro Paul J. Citro

    You talk about narrow minded, this is what happens when you lower the TEST scores.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marcy-Cook/1001619613 Marcy Cook

    I’m glad she’s happy. My pay raise in September got wiped out, and then some, by those tax increases.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marcy-Cook/1001619613 Marcy Cook

    I’m glad she’s happy. My pay raise in September got wiped out, and then some, by those tax increases.

  • lainer51

    Is this bloviator relevant?

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      Only in her (very empty) head.

  • lainer51

    Is this bloviator relevant?

  • JINNASH

    These are the type of people who need to be told to screw off to their pathetic faces. And if she hates the rich so much we will start with her money.

  • Garth Haycock

    Ms. McMillian would have been well served to heed the advice of Abraham Lincoln when he was paraphrasing King Solomon: “Better to remain silent and thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”

    Then again, she’s made a career of not remaining silent which has made her very wealthy. I guess she’s decided that money is more important than dignity.

  • Conservaguy

    Let’s see, a multimillionaire liberal happy to see smaller paychecks. Yep, knew this would be the way it would go down. We have too many stupid people voting in this country.

  • Thought Criminal #1

    Serious Question. Who is Terry McMillan and why should I give a wet fart that she hates white people?

  • Symph2001

    Why do we care what this person has to say? Why does her opinion matter?

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeBeq0i03bg Booker

    It’s a pity she didn’t feel the pinch of that payroll tax increase. Oh, that’s if she has a business — which I doubt she will.

  • EastValleyConservative

    Another prog who refuses to acknowledge the cold hard facts. Since she is happy about those tax increases, maybe all of her loyal lemmings who have no money but saw tax increases should know. Hollywood received a huge kickback which explains most of their “taxes for thee, but not for me” nonsense.

  • Hello Jerry (D)

    Can you say “mentally unstable”? I sure hope this lunatic doesn’t own any guns…

  • dwsmokin

    Spoken like another rich Liberal who doesn’t have to worry about paying the gas bill. And the “working class’ have lined up with this bunch? Seriously?

  • lillymckim

    Just like Obama I’m quite sure her accountant couldn’t resist helping himself to a loophole in the tax code that decreased her taxable income while screaming they rest of us should pay MORE!!!!!

  • Diane Stephan

    Looks like Ms. McMillan watched Django Unchained one too many times.

  • Justin Case

    That’s exactly what black people think you want to do. It’s why 99% of black people vote Democrat.

  • Justin Case

    That’s exactly what black people think you want to do. It’s why 99% of black people vote Democrat.