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  • devildtails@ymail.com devildtails Sep 19, 2011 7:50 PM Flag

    APPARENTLY, REPUBLICANS AREN'T VERY GOOD AT MATH

    We are talking simple arithmetic here; not algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus or differential equations. SIMPLE ARITHMETIC! No wonder Congress can't get anything done.

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    • So paying taxes bothers you but participating in a fraudulent monetary system designed to basically “TAX” your entire earnings is OK?

      Wake up people. Taxes to run the government are NOT the problem.

      The criminal bankers are the problem.

    • legalshark@ymail.com legalshark Sep 20, 2011 11:15 AM Flag

      "Your point will be validated when you show a link to when the administration said it was going to be $250,000 for individuals. Until then, your claims are nothing short of fraudulent."
      devil, you are a lying piece of manure. I have never said they lowered it from $250k to $200k. I said that the number is $200k for individuals. I have also said that the Buffett $1million is merely a bait-and-switch tactic to confuse the public into accepting the $200k/$250k deal. They intend to lower the $1million to $200/$250k. I am not giving you any link, but if you want, go find Geitner's speech from a day or two days ago when he talked about the "Buffett Rule," when Geitner admitted there is not such real rule ready for submission, but that they still have the $200k/$250k rule ready to go. You are just a brainwashed liberalsocialist who changes issues to conceal the real issue, which is the fact that they plan to raise taxes on those making only $200k. You are the "fraudulent" one, my friend. How can you be so right on Siri, but so wrong on taxes?

    • devildtails@ymail.com devildtails Sep 20, 2011 10:10 AM Flag

      Sen. John Kerry
      X=0 if you dock it in another state.
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      A loophole is a loophole. Don't be surprised to see most of them repealed. So obvious.

    • devildtails@ymail.com devildtails Sep 20, 2011 10:06 AM Flag

      I said as far as Obama's concerned. Do you actually hear anything he says?
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      Uhhh....yes, spending cuts are on the table as far as Obama is concerned. It was his $450 billion jobs proposal that directs Congress to slash spending the same amount. Duh.

    • apparently b.o. doesn't get it. you can't spend money we don't have.

    • devildtails@ymail.com devildtails Sep 19, 2011 7:57 PM Flag

      We are talking simple arithmetic here; not algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus or differential equations. SIMPLE ARITHMETIC! No wonder Congress can't get anything done.
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      September 19, 2011
      Cutting The Deficit: A Bipartisan Joke
      http://www.zerohedge.com/print/438132
      The solution isn't more deficit spending. The solution is to get off the drug. And to get off now. Due to the sheer magnitude of the deficit, both tax increases and spending cuts have to be on the table. For those who want to balance the budget via spending cuts alone: You'd have to cut 40% out of every government program, including defense and intelligence, congressional salaries (good luck), highways, entitlements, bridges to nowhere, bailouts, etc. Hardly possible. But a good part could be cut, and the rest will have to be dealt with through tax increases.

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      • devildtails@ymail.com devildtails Sep 19, 2011 8:04 PM Flag

        The solution isn't more deficit spending. The solution is to get off the drug. And to get off now. Due to the sheer magnitude of the deficit, both tax increases and spending cuts have to be on the table. For those who want to balance the budget via spending cuts alone: You'd have to cut 40% out of every government program, including defense and intelligence, congressional salaries (good luck), highways, entitlements, bridges to nowhere, bailouts, etc. Hardly possible. But a good part could be cut, and the rest will have to be dealt with through tax increases.
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        September 16, 2011
        Matt Taibbi on the 'Rogue Trader' banking scandal at UBS
        http://current.com/groups/current-video/93449571_matt-taibbi-on-the-rogue-trader-banking-scandal-at-ubs.htm
        Taibbi says the financial industry is too powerful in Washington right now for politicians to pass any meaningful legislation that might prevent this kind of scandal.

 
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