The Weiner report. Setting the trends for Weiners across America. Yet another example of Weiner-based-leadership is his fearlessness when it comes to using words in ways never before seen. For example, from page 5 of the Weiner report:
"...the long term capital-gains rate of 15% for people making more thank $34k a year. If you make less than $34k the long term capital-gains rate is zero."
"...for people earning more thank $34k a year." Why are we thanking "$34k a year"? What did "34k a year" do to warrant this appreciation? We don't yet know what is meant by Weiner and his use of the word "thank" in this sentence. CERTAINLY, it couldn't be that the Weiner report was a hastily thrown together piece of garbage that was assembled so sloppily that basic mistakes of grammar weren't noticed. That COULDN'T be it.* We await the Weiner explanation of this new ground broken in the English language by Weiner.
** By the way, Weiner's point here is that your taxes are just too darned high to own gold. Weiner just can't stand high taxes! He swears! But, before taking such a principled stand against higher taxes, Weiner should note that the specific lower rate that he seems to praise in the Weiner report--would go away if the President was able to push through his proposed capital gains tax hike. Surely, Weiner will remain consistent and vote against President Obama's proposal if he has the opportunity.
*It is it.
**To honor Weiner, we here at WeinerFacts.com have decided to sprinkle in Weineresque mistakes in grammar and spelling liberally throughout the website. This is because this website is a hastily thrown together piece of garbage. If you don't like it, thank 34k a year.