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  • njdanny69 njdanny69 Dec 4, 2012 1:18 PM Flag

    uht-oh, Tea Bag Jim DeMint and Boehner in a throw down on tax hikes....

    The Corporate sponsored Tea Bags, who lied and pretended to care about the unemployed but were financed by the wealthy who they now represent, are not going to accept Boehner $800 billion dollar tax increase proposal. Tea Bag Demint claims as usual that Boehner's proposal will destroy jobs. What is with these Tea Bags, are they anti-American or just totally delusional? We had the tax cuts, THEY DIDN'T WORK. THE ECONOMY COLLAPSED, MILLIONS OF JOBS WERE LOST !!!! Where exactly do these Corporate Sponsored Tea Bags live anyway? Some place where people don't read or watch anything but FAUX news? Anyway, Boehner and the Bags are in a throw down but ultimately Boehner will have the last say and if Boehner does nothing, Nancy Pelosi can circumvent Boehner and force a vote. Oh, won't that get the CONS going???? LOL. I love it.

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    • Hey danny, would you please explain to us how raising taxes will stimulate the job market. I doubt you have ever watched Fox. Try it, you might learn something.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • "are not going to accept Boehner $800 billion dollar tax increase proposal." Pay attention Danny, Boehner has not agreed to an $800 bn tax increase - just increased revenue of $800 bn. Stay tuned.

      "We had the tax cuts, THEY DIDN'T WORK. THE ECONOMY COLLAPSED, MILLIONS OF JOBS WERE LOST" Its funny to me how democrat/Keynsians see government spending as stimulative but a tax decrease that gives people more money to spend somehow crashed the economy - and Danny, in case you want to argue that it is only the rich peoples tax cuts that crashed the economy that was only about $80bn per year with deficits around and over $1 trillion.

      MN, good to hear from you. Cags is a bit of a psycopath who views "most" wealthy people as crazy, since the greed of wealth is a form of crazy. I asked if it was only wealthy republicans that are crazy from greed or if that also apllies to dems - as you would expect no response, but sometimes when Nancy P gets buggy eyed I do wonder.

    • It is a traditional business tactic to hire brainless heavies to do the dirty work of the businesses. In the old days, Ford Motor Company hire heavies to breakup labor union demonstrations. In the movie Rocky, Rocky was a somewhat mentally retarded heavy hire by a loan shark business to strong arm borrowers, who fall behind. Companies hire these brainless flunkies, as it is easier to get the brainless flunkies to do exactly as they are told.

      Another business tactic is to use greed. Businesses hire dream teams of lawyers, whom the businesses want to be extremely smart in furthering and protecting the dirty dealings of businesses. To control these smart hires, businesses work on the greed of these hires.

      Money buys a lot of people, as can be seen from some of the greedy conservative posters here.

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      • It is a traditional business tactic to hire brainless heavies to do the dirty work of the businesses. In the old days, Ford Motor Company hire heavies to breakup labor union demonstrations. In the movie Rocky, Rocky was a somewhat mentally retarded heavy hire by a loan shark business to strong arm borrowers, who fall behind. Companies hire these brainless flunkies, as it is easier to get the brainless flunkies to do exactly as they are told.

        Oh.....kind of like the AFL-CIO and SEIU? You mean those kind of thugs?

 
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