Wednesday, December 22, 2010

MLB Commies Declare Class Warfare with Yankee Luxury Tax

Che Selig and his band of socialist thugs once again are turning their out-of-control, tax-and-spend weapons of mass destruction on the one team in baseball that creates fans: The New York Yankees.

At a time when the American public has firmly declared opposition to imposing high taxes on the wealthy, MLB insists upon its mad, Marxian declaration of war against those who drive the U.S. economy to baseball stadiums.

Yesterday, the Yankees were subjected to a whopping $18 million luxury tax, money to be paid into the MLB bureaucracy so that welfare teams can run out and bid up on the Adrian Beltres and Kerry Woods, forcing salaries to go sky-high, and running the league's trade deficits higher than ever.

Across the country, Communistic fans of teams that can't pull their own weight will cheer this horrible news, only because these Yankee-haters want to impose Stalinistic spending limits on everyone. They won't be happy until baseball emulates NFL's "parity," which is pure socialism, by the way, and the Yankees are on the same level as the Kansas City Royals.

WE NEED A YANKEE TEA PARTY TO FIGHT OUT-OF-CONTROL TAXATION BY COMMISSAR SELIG!


FIGHT THE MAN!

STARS AND PINSTRIPES FOREVER!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Screw the Yankees. Just like rich people shouldn't be able (but do) buy Congressional seats, the Yankees shouldn't be able to buy up all the major talent just because they operate in the largest market and have more ad dollars to spend. It's called a level playing field, and all the teams in smaller market cities should have access to it.

Mustang said...

Show me the team owner who can't afford great players.

They pocket the profits and convince the fans that their sub-.500 product is the Yankees' fault.

Fans cry in their beer, owners in Pittsburgh and Seattle and Tampa laugh into their champagne.

Like everything else in this country, it's class war, and our side is losing because it doesn't even know it's a war.

Anonymous said...

"Level playing field" doesn't mean your dollars are worth more because you have fewer of them, or that you're entitled to some of mine because you make bad decisions, or don't have the same priorities.

Joe De Pastry said...

If Ronald Reagan were alive today he'd be turning over in his grave.