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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    "TPC found that repealing the AMT and cutting rates by 20 percent would increase the deficit by more than $3 trillion over the next 10 years, even after the 2001/2003/2010 tax cuts are extended."

    Romney's Tax Plan Would Add $3T To Deficit Over A Decade - Forbes

    What experts can you reference that claim the GOP deficit will be less than the presidents?
    Why did you shift the discussion from BHO's/Ryan's numbers to Romney's?

    I don't need an expert to read a budget summary for me. Again, read the summaries in the BHO 2012 budget and the PTP. YOU will see the debt in 2022 is lower in the PTP than the BHO 2012 budget...

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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    "TPC found that repealing the AMT and cutting rates by 20 percent would increase the deficit by more than $3 trillion over the next 10 years, even after the 2001/2003/2010 tax cuts are extended."

    Romney's Tax Plan Would Add $3T To Deficit Over A Decade - Forbes

    "In Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity,” he proposes reducing the deficit over the next decade, but according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), Ryan’s plan will add more to the deficit than if Congress maintains the status quo.

    Republicans Pass Blame For Their Own Deficit Failures On To The Poor


    What experts can you reference that claim the GOP deficit will be less than the presidents?
    sorry socialist propaganda sites that claim the rich don't pay enough taxes are worthless.

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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    "In Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity,” he proposes reducing the deficit over the next decade, but according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), Ryan’s plan will add more to the deficit than if Congress maintains the status quo.
    NOWHERE in the CBO’s review of the PTP does it claim ‘add more to the deficit than if Congress maintains the status quo.’ or even suggest it…unless I missed it. Please point it out. (the charts in the CBO report appear to refute this though but it is your source).

    A hack piece from who? And his credentials make believing him compelling how? And what makes this website similarly creditable? And this is relevant how?

    What experts can you reference that claim the GOP deficit will be less than the presidents?
    ME, I can read the tables…again, give it a try.

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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    Why did you shift the discussion from BHO's/Ryan's numbers to Romney's?

    I don't need an expert to read a budget summary for me. Again, read the summaries in the BHO 2012 budget and the PTP. YOU will see the debt in 2022 is lower in the PTP than the BHO 2012 budget...
    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    sorry socialist propaganda sites that claim the rich don't pay enough taxes are worthless.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    NOWHERE in the CBO’s review of the PTP does it claim ‘add more to the deficit than if Congress maintains the status quo.’ or even suggest it…unless I missed it. Please point it out. (the charts in the CBO report appear to refute this though but it is your source).



    A hack piece from who? And his credentials make believing him compelling how? And what makes this website similarly creditable? And this is relevant how?



    ME, I can read the tables…again, give it a try.


    That's the Tax Policy Center and the CBO vs. two unsubstantiated opinions by two anonymous internet dudes.

    Thanks for playing!
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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    That's the Tax Policy Center and the CBO vs. two unsubstantiated opinions by two anonymous internet dudes.

    Thanks for playing!
    I was referring to that far left propaganda site you quoted

    the author isn't even important enough to have a wiki bio

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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    sorry socialist propaganda sites that claim the rich don't pay enough taxes are worthless.
    Forbes socialist? TD your at a new level!
    The Washington Post socialist!?
    Cmon man! Cmon!


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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Forbes socialist?

    Cmon man! Cmon!
    There was a Forbes link in there somewhere? Musta missed it.

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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I was referring to that far left propaganda site you quoted

    the author isn't even important enough to have a wiki bio


    Where is your and Dickieboy's wiki bio?


    And what about the CBO saying the same thing as the Tax Policy Center?
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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    There was a Forbes link in there somewhere? Musta missed it.
    Very first link: Romney's Tax Plan Would Add $3T To Deficit Over A Decade - Forbes


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    Re: Over 90% of the income gains in the first year of the recovery went to the top 1%

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    That's the Tax Policy Center and the CBO vs. two unsubstantiated opinions by two anonymous internet dudes.

    Thanks for playing!
    So you cannot read? Again, can you not review both summaries and see for youself? Why would you need a third party to explain debt values when they are plainly posted in each budget? CAN YOU NOT THINK FOR YOURSELF OR DOES THE COOL-AID MAKE YOU STUPID? Would I be more 'substantiated' if I posted links to the President's 2012 budget? or Ryan's PTP? I'm sure you can find them...

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