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Old 09-03-2008, 08:43 PM
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Obama vs McCain on taxes

Here's a pretty interesting read. Points out the smoke and mirrors Obama is using to redistribute your wealth.
The American Spectator
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yes, on the specific topic of taxes, Obama will destroy this country. last i heard, Mccain will keep taxes at about where they are now.
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The Dems always talk about how "Big Business" is cutting jobs in America and shipping them somewhere else.

Well guess what, if that is what's happening now, wait until he enacts those tax increases.
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The Dems always talk about how "Big Business" is cutting jobs in America and shipping them somewhere else.

Well guess what, if that is what's happening now, wait until he enacts those tax increases.
YES!!!!!!! This is 100% true. They are shipping jobs overseas because it is cheaper for them to manufacture their products. It is in fact a BUSINESS, and they arent NOT in it to not turn a profit. I'm sure they would like to stay in america as much as they can, because I believe having that made in america emblem on it will help out in sales, but only to a certain extent. And when you get by that certain extent, it is no longer in the best interest of the company to keep it here. They need to understand this, its all about profit, why would they produce something here when they get taxed up the ying yang, when they can go overseas, manufacture it cheaper, have less taxes on their product, ect....the choice is clear for them. Trickle down economics is true, anybody who argues against that is off their rocker.
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Other things to ponder.

When did it become "out of fashion" as a business, to make a profit?

When did it become "out of fashion" as a citizen, to make as much money as you want/could?

When did it become "out of fashion" as a citizen, to MAKE DECISIONS FOR OURSELVES?
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Old 09-04-2008, 03:33 AM
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When it became fashionable to expect the world handed to you on a gold platter.

When it became fashionable to expect cradle to grave care from the gov't.

When it became fashionable to be lazy and live off someone else's money, be it parent's, gov't (my money,) or expected from trading deals (such as real estate)
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