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This reasoning is so simplistic it isn't even funny. Our economy is a global economy. Look at the recent financial crisis. It is estimated from that crisis alone, that about 15 million people across the world will move under the poverty line.hy is it that we have so many foreigners coming over here judging our tax laws. It's none of their ****ing business.
You see, the decisions our government enact effect the world tremendously. It really is their business to know and criticize our tax code, because it will effect them more than ever before.
I completely agree. And well, an important question to ask is, why do you think that is? (You don't have to answer the question, I am just trying to show the importance of constantly questioning things.)Very astute for someone from another country. Many in this country do not have the capacity to make such an accurate analysis.
Councilman you need to stop drinking the coolaid...I drank it for years...bush tax cuts didnt create a job we lost a bunch....right now no one is going to create jobs to any degree until after the election...
And Ive never seen class warfare like the classwarfare the teaparty is waging against SENIORS and the MIDDLE WORKING CLASS, they are turning private sector workers against public workers.. telling them THEY MAKE TOO MUCH, when the truth is the rich have stripped private sector workers of everything....this whole economic malais is the fault of anyone on Social Security or Medicare or in a private pension or a public worker...who are you kidding...theres alot more long time republicans than me who have been totally turned off by the tearparty and their attack on the middleclass
A sign of this is the use of the word "leaders" to describe our "elected public servants". They are servants of the people, thus followers.
Aunt Spiker:Wouldn't you mean "still" over the top? Since the five decade historic rate preceding the Reagan, Bush and Bush II tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans was twice what it is now, 70%.I think our current system is already over the top
Just a little perspective....
The rhetoric from the teaparty has beren that the country is broke because of entitlements...medicare social security...unions..public workers...while every proposal they make is to give tax cuts the wealthiest and corps and take from the working class...its pure class warfare...and stay tuned...it will fail
Dont ask this same question again ok, ...I know your into redundancy but youve asked similar questions many times before...