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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Kev316 View Post
    Really? You still think Bush created jobs and the recession started under Clinton. Both are false. The recession began in March 2001 and peaked in November 2001. Over 8 years, Bush policies cost 800,000 jobs and incomes for middle class Americans dropped $2500 annually, while the top 2% grew exponentially.

    Stop it. I'm not a punk kid you can bully, I'm not an employee you can fire. I think reeel good, yee ha. Maybe I just need to dumb this down further. I'll work on it.
    Would you please tell me what economic policy Bush had in place when he took office on January 21, 2001? Like far too many you continue to buy what you are told. The fiscal govt. of the U.S. runs from October to September but that seems to escape you.

    Also you think posting the same thing over and over again is going to get you a different result? The Bureau of Labor Statistics paints a different picture and I posted the results which of course you ignored. What makes your data more credible?

    Please show me that you think
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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    The more you post the more you show a comprehension problem. You buy what you are told and when the facts get in the way, you ignore them too. No one is calling for zero taxes so unless you can point out where I said that then admit you are wrong. No one is calling for neutering the U.S. other than liberals who are destroying this country by spending it into bankruptcy. States rights are where personal responsibilities lie not the Federal level.

    The role of the govt. is to PROVIDE for the Common Defense and to PROMOTE Domestic Welfare. Providing for the defense of this nation is the role of govt. Providing for the welfare of the people rests in the states. You seem to be a legend in your own mind, all that education you received and you learned so very little.
    Any other motives you'd like to apply? Anyway, states rights is another term for, "Keep them n*ggars and sp*cks away from me and my white bread southern home."

    Just stop.

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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    You have said a few times now that I do not know the subject I have taught. You talk out of your posterior about things you know nothing about. You lie about me and not believing in limited government. You lie about me not understanding the role of government. You make statements that have no basis in fact simply because you are trying to say false things bout people simply because they do not see things the way that you do.
    That isn't a lie, that is my opinion based upon your posts. Instead of calling me a liar I suggest you spend more time proof reading what you post.

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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Would you please tell me what economic policy Bush had in place when he took office on January 21, 2001? Like far too many you continue to buy what you are told. The fiscal govt. of the U.S. runs from October to September but that seems to escape you.

    Also you think posting the same thing over and over again is going to get you a different result? The Bureau of Labor Statistics paints a different picture and I posted the results which of course you ignored. What makes your data more credible?

    Please show me that you think good because I haven't seen that.
    When did he pass the tax cuts and what happened immediately afterwards? Jesus.
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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Kev316 View Post
    Any other motives you'd like to apply? Anyway, states rights is another term for, "Keep them n*ggars and sp*cks away from me and my white bread southern home."

    Just stop.

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    You really have lost it, grew up in the Midwest, moved to TX 18 years ago so you don't have a clue.

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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    You really have lost it, grew up in the Midwest, moved to TX 18 years ago so you don't have a clue.
    Oh, I think I do. But that is MY opinion.
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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Kev316 View Post
    When did he pass the tax cuts and what happened immediately afterwards? Jesus. What is wrong with you?
    The first tax cuts were rebate checks passed in June 2001 so in case you don't know the calender that is after March. Then the withholding rates dropped in July 2003 AFTER the GOP Took Congress and actually cut taxes. Facts have a funny way of getting in the way of your opinions. As I posted the economy for the 8 years of Bush created 6.5 million jobs and that is after the 2 million jobs lost in 2008. Obama has lost 4 million jobs since signing his stimulus. Maybe that didn't make the Chicago papers.

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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Kev316 View Post
    When did he pass the tax cuts and what happened immediately afterwards? Jesus.
    are you referring to Iraq? seems to me if we want to go to war, taxes should be raised to pay for it, in advance....
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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    You really have lost it, grew up in the Midwest, moved to TX 18 years ago so you don't have a clue.
    Recession was Bush's fault - Chicago Tribune

    April 23, 2010|By Tribune staff reporter

    Letter writer Donald Froelich claims President George W. Bush inherited a recession. This is simply not true. The textbook definition of a recession, universally agreed to by economists, is two consecutive quarters of negative growth in the Gross Domestic Product. That didn't happen until AFTER Bush took office.

    As a candidate, Bush told us the economy was so strong that the rich deserved a tax cut. After taking office, he said the economy was weak and a tax cut would fix it. Instead of reducing spending to pay for his tax cuts, Bush increased spending and gave us two unfunded wars. He also initiated the bailouts of Wall Street that so many conservatives are upset about.

    Bush's term began with a recession followed by meager economic growth that ended in another recession, while turning a record surplus into a massive debt--and no amount of Republican spin can change that.
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    Re: CBS News Poll: Most Oppose GOP Tax Plan

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    are you referring to Iraq? seems to me if we want to go to war, taxes should be raised to pay for it, in advance....
    Nope.

    April 23, 2010|By Tribune staff reporter

    Letter writer Donald Froelich claims President George W. Bush inherited a recession. This is simply not true. The textbook definition of a recession, universally agreed to by economists, is two consecutive quarters of negative growth in the Gross Domestic Product. That didn't happen until AFTER Bush took office.

    As a candidate, Bush told us the economy was so strong that the rich deserved a tax cut. After taking office, he said the economy was weak and a tax cut would fix it. Instead of reducing spending to pay for his tax cuts, Bush increased spending and gave us two unfunded wars. He also initiated the bailouts of Wall Street that so many conservatives are upset about.

    Bush's term began with a recession followed by meager economic growth that ended in another recession, while turning a record surplus into a massive debt--and no amount of Republican spin can change that.
    I've always felt that a person's intelligence is directly reflected by the number of conflicting points of view he can entertain simultaneously on the same topic. - Abigail Adams

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