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  • dwb360 dwb360 Oct 10, 2012 8:37 PM Flag

    Vice presidential debate up next, Romney says ‘I’m not going to raise taxes on anyone’

    What is he going to do? He can't cut programs in the current economy without increasing unemployment and throwing the country back into a recession. He can't move towards a balanced budget without increasing taxes somewhere. He is not being realistic and will say anything to become president.

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    • He said what was going to happen but you chose not to listen. As he said, he's going to create JOBS. LOTS of them. 12 million more people working means a TON of more taxes being paid. Better jobs paying more means a TON of taxes being paid. Business making more money means MORE taxes being paid. What don't you understand about that, son?

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      • You Puke Liberals can thumbs down it all you want.......but you can't debate it because your boy Obama has created NOTHING. Steve Wynn and lots of other job creators have said that they are not going to hire and some large business owners said said they are gonna lay their employees off and go lay on the beach and retire. This country will be a COMPLETE WRECK is this lazy bum gets 4 more years. But hey, Obama will get to schmooze with rich celebrities for four more years (1 percenters that you claim to hate, yet turn your head when Obama parties with them) and Michelle will get 4 more years of lavish nights out and top shelf booze........then Obama will laugh at all of you and go back to his 1 percent life after partying it up for 8 years. He could care less if the country goes broke because he'll never go broke!

 
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