Take away the tax incentives for moving jobs overseas and many of the jobs will stay here. Offer a tax break for hiring US workers and things will be even better.
How do you pay for this? You take away the Bush tax breaks for the top 2%.
Yahoo has been notified about your constant streaming of harassing e-mails. So I'm assuming we'll be hearing from you on a different identity soon.
"Subj: Re: Outsourcing /rg re binarydatum
Date: 07/29/04 04:44 pm
crapman, how'd the men in white let you out. i think it was way too early. you contribute nothing. most on this board remember you from a couple months back, you were crap then and your crap now. nothing about you has changed. "
Ok. I was actually thinking that might have been the case, but on this crazy board one can never tell. I've already attracted one stalking nutbag so the precedent's been established...
No it wasn't. I'm just not going to be pushed around by board whores.
This is not directed at you NLWYHD or RG. Just those that think it is their duty to re-establish their "territory" when new stockholders or board members join.
I'm not a threat trust me. Just an interested stockholder. I don't need to mark my territory, I don't want any.
It sounds good to me, too. So, what is the Republican opposition to the plan? As I understand it, it's this.
First, elimination of the deferral by itself amounts to a tax hike on businesses and Republicans are opposed to taxes, period, even if they are offset by tax credits elsewhere.
Second, Republicans oppose using the tax code to encourage politically correct behavior. So, they believe that raising taxes one place and offsetting them another, even if the result is a wash, is bad, even if that results in desirable behavior.
P.S. to everyone. The idea that putting one poster on ignore also covers all his aliases is myth. It just ain't so.