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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Protectionist View Post
    Most Americans voted for Republicans in the last election. The same majority of Americans who voted Republican, including me, now oppose the Republicans on the tax cuts for the rich issue.
    the republicans were very upfront on how they stood for tax cuts for all before the elections. Are you trying to say that they (repubs)wanted the tax cuts to expire while campaigning before Nov.? That is certainly NOT what i heard them say, in fact what i heard was quite the opposite.

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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    More BS and no specifics. As always you can not give a staight answer
    What's not straight about the entire quote. Your sentence is specific. it is specifically false. Examples ahve been given to prove it false. What are you having trouble with?

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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    What's not straight about the entire quote. Your sentence is specific. it is specifically false. Examples ahve been given to prove it false. What are you having trouble with?
    You are showing nothing. You are being general and not even showing how you think it is false just a lot of accusations with nothing to back them up.

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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    You are showing nothing. You are being general and not even showing how you think it is false just a lot of accusations with nothing to back them up.
    Who would back up what I think? Read your wild hyperbolic exaggeration and tell me what you think I would need to support my beliefs. As I don't support Obama's decisions in Afghanisatn, what would i site for you? As I think rangle should be fired, what would support that I think that? As I have state a few thousnad times that I prefer divided government, what would I cite? You're not making any sense at all.

    I suggest you go back and re-read this converation. Otherwise, drugs are bad, ok . . . .

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Who would back up what I think? Read your wild hyperbolic exaggeration and tell me what you think I would need to support my beliefs. As I don't support Obama's decisions in Afghanisatn, what would i site for you? As I think rangle should be fired, what would support that I think that? As I have state a few thousnad times that I prefer divided government, what would I cite? You're not making any sense at all.

    I suggest you go back and re-read this converation. Otherwise, drugs are bad, ok . . . .
    More rants and not specifying the exaggeration. You can not do anything unless it is in general with no specifics.

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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by fishinRod View Post
    the republicans were very upfront on how they stood for tax cuts for all before the elections. Are you trying to say that they (repubs)wanted the tax cuts to expire while campaigning before Nov.? That is certainly NOT what i heard them say, in fact what i heard was quite the opposite.
    I am a registered Independent. I, and millions of other Independents, voted for Republicans because of a variety of issues. Tax cuts for the rich most certainly was not one of them. We voted for Republicans because of immigration, Islamization, gun control, death penalty, etc. The only people who would vote for tax cuts for the rich are the rich themselves (if they are that greedy), and paid-off politicians who kiss their asses.
    Polls now bear this out. Only 1/4 of the American people support tax cuts for the rich. Even lots of Republicans are wise to the gangster boys in the capitol like McConnell and Boehner.
    As for the harm to business from these tax cuts > BS. Taxes were at all time highs (82 - 94%) on the highest income bracket (1944 - 1963), and this was a time of prosperity. By the same token, Bush lowered tax rates down to 35% in 2003, and the economy has been a dud ever since.
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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    What's not straight about the entire quote. Your sentence is specific. it is specifically false. Examples ahve been given to prove it false. What are you having trouble with?


    OMG! No you haven't! You SAID that you have before, and then all the sudden two pages later you get to say that you have given examples? You are dishonest Joe.


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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Otherwise, drugs are bad, ok . . . .
    Oh, oh....I see a pattern here....When Joe can't honestly debate something, he reverts to this small minded little insult. It's called trolling Joe, keep it up.


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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    OMG! No you haven't! You SAID that you have before, and then all the sudden two pages later you get to say that you have given examples? You are dishonest Joe.


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    J, do you even understand what is being said. I most certainly have given eamples a few times, and you don't have to go back any further than post 254 to read them. I'm serious begining to question the two you and your reading ability.

    But let me ask a simple question, what do you think I'm suppose to give examples of?

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    Re: Obama's Democrats in disarray over expiring tax cuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Protectionist View Post
    I am a registered Independent. I, and millions of other Independents, voted for Republicans because of a variety of issues. Tax cuts for the rich most certainly was not one of them. We voted for Republicans because of immigration, Islamization, gun control, death penalty, etc. The only people who would vote for tax cuts for the rich are the rich themselves (if they are that greedy), and paid-off politicians who kiss their asses.
    Polls now bear this out. Only 1/4 of the American people support tax cuts for the rich. Even lots of Republicans are wise to the gangster boys in the capitol like McConnell and Boehner.
    As for the harm to business from these tax cuts > BS. Taxes were at all time highs (82 - 94%) on the highest income bracket (1944 - 1963), and this was a time of prosperity. By the same token, Bush lowered tax rates down to 35% in 2003, and the economy has been a dud ever since.
    Tea party was against raising taxes on anyone. Taxed Enough Already, but stick it to the rich? I don't think so.
    That's not what they meant. The Republican did well to defend everyone's best interest to keep more of their own money.
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