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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    He's playing **** politics is what he's doing. He's bundling his 50 Billion new "Stimulus" in with these "tax cuts". Basically if the GOP fights the 50Bill they lose, and if they support him, they lose.

    Obama, master of divisive politics.
    simply beyond ridiculous. your partisanship is scary.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    applause. !!!!

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    So... where are the liberals asking how He plans to pay for this give-away to the rich....?
    you know, your argument should be that a failing business is owned by the weak, slow, and stupid. why should we support them?

    my take is that this is a distinctive, targeted break, designed to boost small business. good for obama.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    To clarify, Obama has proposed three different things:

    1) $50b for infrastructure
    2) $100b to make the R&D tax credit permanent
    3) $200b to allow companies to deduct the full cost of capital investment in 2011
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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    my take is that this is a distinctive, targeted break, designed to boost small business. good for obama.

    Your take is that your Secular Messiah has proposed something, and so you will happily fall in line behind Him.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    To clarify, Obama has proposed three different things:

    1) $50b for infrastructure
    2) $100b to make the R&D tax credit permanent
    3) $200b to allow companies to deduct the full cost of capital investment in 2011
    thank you. and all are good ideas.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post

    Your take is that your Secular Messiah has proposed something, and so you will happily fall in line behind Him.
    you don't debate. see ya.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    you don't debate. see ya.
    Sure I do.
    But here. there's nothing -to- debate.
    The Obama is proposing a tax break to help businesses - good for him; glad to see he gets it.

    The point, however, is that if this was proposed by a Republican, the liberal left - people like you - would be asking about how it would be paid for and complaining about how it is nothing but another hand-out to the rich and how trickle-down is a proven failure.

    Its amazing how the standards of the left change when there's a (D) next to someone's name.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    To clarify, Obama has proposed three different things:

    1) $50b for infrastructure
    2) $100b to make the R&D tax credit permanent
    3) $200b to allow companies to deduct the full cost of capital investment in 2011
    If i'm not mistaken, (3) is 100 billion, not 200.

    It's also amusing.

    As if the problem with the economy right now is that companies can't afford the cost of capital. How is this supposed to create jobs? If anything it will do the opposite as companies invest in automation, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    If Republicans oppose this, I really will believe they are The Party of No.
    Exactly what Obama wants.

    This is a great example of good politics taking precedence over good policy.
    Last edited by Taylor; 09-07-10 at 04:27 PM.

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    Re: Obama to introduce another business tax cut

    Quote Originally Posted by liblady View Post
    thank you. and all are good ideas.
    From your perspective, what exactly makes them good ideas? Most of these ideas existed in one form or another during Republican administrations as well, but I doubt they received as much support from Democrats then as they will now.
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