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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeRain View Post
    link please. Oh wait. You just made that up. What'd ya use for a reference manual?
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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeRain View Post
    How much is the aid to Mexico compared to the war debt? I'm sorry if the war debt doesn't bother you. It bothers me tremendously. And someone has to pay for it somehow. You have yet to explain how that debt is to be paid. Lowering taxes isn't going to give the government more money to pay down the debt and you can't cut spending on what you've already spent.
    ~1 Billion a year. Yes, the war is much more costly. However, that 1 Billion is pretty much doing nothing as it could have been spent better, like border security than just giving it to the Mexican government. The war is unpopular, so what. Let the general deal with it. Don't tie his hands. If you don't have faith in the general, then you might as well stop the war altogether. But, we can win this war, only if we leave the politics out of it. Also, lower taxes improve economy. We can't tax during a recession. That's basic macroeconomics. Increasing taxes is to be used during an expansion when we run in danger of inflation. We lower taxes during recession when we run in danger of deflation. That's how the system work. If you want to tax during a recession, we are seriously gonna destroy ourselves. And we are already seeing crowding out in the private sector. As government spending increase, private investments decrease.
    We the People of the United States,... provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare....
    Where did it ever say, promote for the common defence, and provide the general Welfare..... Please don't mix up the two....

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by jujuman13 View Post
    Democrats want to Tax anything and everything, if they could find a way, they would tax the air we breathe.

    I think a carbon tax will come pretty close to that.

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by ricksfolly View Post
    It's a start, but not near enough. I won't cheer until the super rich pay 91 percent taxes, the same percentage they paid back in the 60's.

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    Why do you hate the rich? Don't you enjoy living in a country where it's possible to become rich? Or do you agree with Obama and think there's a certain point where you've made enough? He never did say how much that would be, but it doesn't matter. Any limit is Un-American in my opinion. So far, this is not a country where limits are set on how successful you can become.

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeRain View Post
    and that makes all democrats own it?
    I seem to recall Joe Bartons apology to BP was from him and only him, but the Dems and the pres. made it seem that all Rep. felt that way. So yes, if a Dem introduced it, they all own it.

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by ricksfolly View Post
    It's a start, but not near enough. I won't cheer until the super rich pay 91 percent taxes, the same percentage they paid back in the 60's.

    ricksfolly
    I think we got a lost one here.... How do you think we can support that kind of taxing and spending........... The rich are already paying a good portion of the revenue and there are ~45% of americans who do not pay federal income tax..... Ofcourse they would like to tax the rich some more, they aren't seeing the bill...........
    We the People of the United States,... provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare....
    Where did it ever say, promote for the common defence, and provide the general Welfare..... Please don't mix up the two....

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    With what Democrats are planning, that mattress as an option is looking better every day.

    Article is here.
    The answer to this is NO. It's officially time to remove Chaka Fattah from office. This kind of stupidity is unacceptable.

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    I seem to recall Joe Bartons apology to BP was from him and only him, but the Dems and the pres. made it seem that all Rep. felt that way. So yes, if a Dem introduced it, they all own it.
    Bachmann called it extortion, Cantor said stop demonizing BP, Rand Paul called it unAmerican, Steve King said Barton was "spot-on when he called it a 'shakedown.' ".
    “We just simply don’t know how to govern” - Rep. Steve Womack (R-AR) a member of the House Budget Committee

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    The ATM tax doesn't sound like a good idea but this does...



    I can't think of a good reason why you shouldn't pay sales tax on something you bought online. It will help local stores that actually have rent and electricity bills stay in business while producing revenue.
    I can.

    The sole purpose of taxation should be to raise revenue, not protectionism.

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    Re: Democrats Want to Tax Your ATM Withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    I seem to recall Joe Bartons apology to BP was from him and only him, but the Dems and the pres. made it seem that all Rep. felt that way. So yes, if a Dem introduced it, they all own it.
    So you think it's a grand idea that Minnesota and Texas secede from the union? After all, some Republicans have introduced legislation calling for it.

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