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All the nation is in a tizzie over the "economy" and the evils of Wall Street.

Good bait and switch by the Obummer crew.

 

Anybody who sees what they are doing with the people's money and doesn't have the urge to charge Capitol Hill with pitchforks and torches is truly a moron.

 

NOBODY will make out from all the tax money being pissed away.

This is gonna cost every single one of us dearly, no matter how much you earn.

 

Since I'm "lucky" enough to have an income over $100k, I alone will be paying my share and about six others...

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All the nation is in a tizzie over the "economy" and the evils of Wall Street.

Good bait and switch by the Obummer crew.

 

Anybody who sees what they are doing with the people's money and doesn't have the urge to charge Capitol Hill with pitchforks and torches is truly a moron.

 

NOBODY will make out from all the tax money being pissed away.

This is gonna cost every single one of us dearly' date=' no matter how much you earn.

 

Since I'm "lucky" enough to have an income over $100k, I alone will be paying my share and about six others...[/quote']

 

Your not the only one with a house hold income over $100k. I pay a sh** load of taxes. I want them to be used for the betterment of all not just to subsidize the businesses who move out side the borders anyway; or to subsidize the farmers who get paid for not farming large lots of land, or for the dead beats who don't want to work.

 

I do want them used to help honest hard working Americans that need a hand up and perhaps help them get a better education. And for infrastructure improvements and other essential needs.

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Then why the $1,500,000,000,000 (and growing) bailout?

 

The avenue to do exactly what you wish for has been paved with tax money for decades.

 

I DON'T want taxes used for the "betterment of all" any more than I want them given to farmers - and I'm from Kansas.

 

All the dreamy bullsh!t the liberals want to "help" people with falls squarely within the realm of charity.

 

 

 

Here's an idea;

 

I give 10% to my church while liberals give jack.

Any Liberal wanting to use tax money for charity should pony up the bucks on April 15.

Take 10% of your income, and write a check to the Treasury Dept for that amount.

Let 'em have a party on YOUR F-ING MONEY.

 

Time for Liberals to pick up the tab for their "inspired" and "idealistic" Utopian baloney once and for all.

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Then why the $1' date='500,000,000,000 (and growing) bailout?

 

The avenue to do exactly what you wish for has been paved with tax money for decades.

 

I DON'T want taxes used for the "betterment of all" any more than I want them given to farmers - and I'm from Kansas.

 

All the dreamy bullsh!t the liberals want to "help" people with falls squarely within the realm of charity.

 

 

 

Here's an idea;

 

I give 10% to my church while liberals give jack.

Any Liberal wanting to use tax money for charity should pony up the bucks on April 15.

Take 10% of your income, and write a check to the Treasury Dept for that amount.

[b']Let 'em have a party on YOUR F-ING MONEY.[/b]

 

Time for Liberals to pick up the tab for their "inspired" and "idealistic" Utopian baloney once and for all.

 

Your sweeping generalization about liberals is wrong. No I don't give my money to churches. Why would I want to feed a dead beat who lives on the charity of others and only works one day a week. I give my charity to people and things that actually do positive things for their communities and for people at large. For example I give to an orphanage in Viet Nam. I gave a lot of money to The Red Cross, Salvation Army, and others. Let the Preacher party on your F-ING MONEY.

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NeoConMan:

 

Thank you for submitting to being screwed for the rest of us. As for "lucky", you probably need to reconsider because I can make a living wage, take vacations, eat good food, have a good car, support a family of four, have free health care, and live in a safe neighborhood while being on the dole. Meanwhile you're working like a fiend, probably nights and weekends in addition to the long days.

 

After you consider that 50% of that 100 grand is taken in taxes and insurance, and 25% is taken for retirement savings and home repairs, you're only making about $25 grand. Since your income is over the magic 100 grand, then you're not eligible to contribute the maximum amount that bigger slackers than you can contribute to their tax-deferred 401k.

 

Do the math chump, you could have more by earning less. So get out there and destroy your pager, fire your employees, take your business out of the tax base, and become a consultant of some kind. Most of your aggravations from work will suddenly disappear along with the jobs and the taxes you used to pay for.

 

We're at a special time in history: We are early in the process of being a socialist country, and that means that there is plenty of money for you to do what I propose. In a couple of generations the US will be like the other socialist countries which are under a lot of stress because there is not enough money coming in to fund it all.

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Rudy, I can't type if I smash my keyboard. Go easy on me, man you know how to cut a guy DEEP!

 

 

 

 

Your sweeping generalization about liberals is wrong.

No' date=' it's not.

It's a generalization because it's largely true, sweeping because it includes almost every liberal I've ever met.

 

 

 

No I don't give my money to churches.

That's okay.

I'll pick up your Liberal slack there too.

I'm used to it.

:-)

 

 

 

Why would I want to feed a dead beat who lives on the charity of others and only works one day a week.

Dead beat?

Are you serious?

Okay' date=' you just shot yourself in the foot in ANY reasonable dialogue.

How many toes do you have left?

(Keep track, this will come up as we have further discussions....)

 

Of the two churches we frequent, they only take Monday off.

Trust me, their education and efforts place them far above any deadbeat "activists" you can cite.

 

 

 

I give my charity to people and things that actually do positive things for their communities and for people at large.

Good.

THAT'S what charity is for - not government.

 

But' date=' do you give 10%?

If you answer yes, let me tell you up front I'll call you a liar.

I've NEVER seen a liberal give more than a grand a year to charity.

NEVER.

Not even the ones I know making $150k a year.

 

 

 

For example I give to an orphanage in Viet Nam. I gave a lot of money to The Red Cross' date=' Salvation Army, and others. [/quote']

Commendable.

Good job, great choices.

 

 

 

 

Let the Preacher party on your F-ING MONEY.

You're invited.

Can't say I feel the same warm invite from anybody on the Left.

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Hmmm, I am confused??

You were just called a chump by a leach (self-admitted) who lives off the taxes guys like you and me pay???

Oh well, never in life met one smart enough to see it for what it is. When the f-cking leaches outnumber the chumps you can say good-by to the USA. It will be bankrupt. They are part of the problem and not part of the solutiion.

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Neo, I have figured out why no one responds to your posts by clicking on he quote button. Because when you do it doesn't copy your posts. So in trying to respond to your calling me a liar I am forced to retype the comment.

 

I respectfully request you just click on he quote button and respond as as a single entity. That is unless you don't want me to respond. That's fine too.

 

As for the liar comment. For that matter, as for your sweeping generalizations. You really don't know me and so I can't take you seriously. If you had been talking with me for a few months like many of the others I would probably give your posts and criticisms more credibility (at least as they relate to me). For now if you just want call me names then by all means jump on the band wagon. There's plenty of people here to back you up. You just have fun with that.

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The socialist ball has gained too much momentum to be stopped now.

 

Best cover your butt, (squirrel away money) and hope that enough people will eventually have the balls to stand up for themselves.

 

America as we knew it, is pretty much gone. It's been the same with every democracy throughout history. The politicians screw over the country until it's bankrupt.

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Why are guys promoting that pro-Clinton graph? I thought you didn't like him?

You mean the one depicting the years when the Republican House and Senate made him dance like Fred Astaire?

Yeah, Clinton reformed welfare and balanced the budget.....

GTFO.

 

Clinton didn't want another veto overturned on his record, it's that simple.

 

Do you recall the gov't being completely shut down for several days due to funding being cut off?

Bill got his pee-pee whacked by conservatives, learned a lesson or two.

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You mean the one depicting the years when the Republican House and Senate made him dance like Fred Astaire?

Yeah' date=' Clinton reformed welfare and balanced the budget.....

GTFO.

 

Clinton didn't want another veto overturned on his record, it's that simple.

 

Do you recall the gov't being completely shut down for several days due to funding being cut off?

Bill got his pee-pee whacked by conservatives, learned a lesson or two.[/quote']

 

If the graph was in the red you would have said just the opposite. I was just being a smart ***. Relax. You'll know If I'm really trying to make a point.

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Neo' date=' I have figured out why no one responds to your posts by clicking on he quote button. Because when you do it doesn't copy your posts. So in trying to respond to your calling me a liar I am forced to retype the comment.

 

I respectfully request you just click on he quote button and respond as as a single entity. That is unless you don't want me to respond. That's fine too.

 

As for the liar comment. For that matter, as for your sweeping generalizations. You really don't know me and so I can't take you seriously. If you had been talking with me for a few months like many of the others I would probably give your posts and criticisms more credibility (at least as they relate to me). For now if you just want call me names then by all means jump on the band wagon. There's plenty of people here to back you up. You just have fun with that.

[/quote']

Okay, I'll play your little game your way - one monolithic post - and you STILL lose.

You posted 165 words to tell me you refuse to answer even one simple question.

 

If you can't take me seriously, then a humorous dismissal of my assertions should be child's play for you.

A tiny attempt to reply in one way or another shouldn't be too difficult.

Nope, too much work even then.

 

I'll simply resort to collecting questions you've weaseled out of answering, and repost them again and again.

You can still act like you're ignoring them, but everybody on Earth will see you whistling past the graveyard.

 

Here's a starter for you.

Do you give 10% to charity?

 

Here, I'll make it easy for you. Just copy one, or click and drag.

 

Yes.

 

No.

 

 

See? Easy.

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If the graph was in the red you would have said just the opposite.

If the graph was red I would have still told the truth.

 

 

 

I was just being a smart ***.

Ah' date=' yes...

 

 

 

Relax.

Done.

 

 

 

You'll know If I'm really trying to make a point.

Really? What a nice change that will be....

 

:-)

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Okay' date=' I'll play your little game your way - one monolithic post - and you STILL lose.

You posted 165 words to tell me you refuse to answer even one simple question.

 

If you can't take me seriously, then a humorous dismissal of my assertions should be child's play for you.

A tiny attempt to reply in one way or another shouldn't be too difficult.

Nope, too much work even then.

 

I'll simply resort to collecting questions you've weaseled out of answering, and repost them again and again.

You can still act like you're ignoring them, but everybody on Earth will see you whistling past the graveyard.

 

Here's a starter for you.

Do you give 10% to charity?

 

Here, I'll make it easy for you. Just copy one, or click and drag.

 

Yes.

 

No.

 

 

See? Easy.[/quote']

 

Did you not already say I was a liar if I said yes? I thought it was rhetorical. At the risk of being called a liar it's actually closer to about 8% on my tax form. When you don't have a single check accounting situation as is the case for a church or temple it's a bit harder to realize the size of your annual donations until you do the tax returns. I shall try to live up to your example in the future though.

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Bravo!

You actually beat me on this one.

 

We bounce between two churches so we give some to each.

I don't give 10% because I don't like some of the things they do with the money - like send it overseas.

 

Yeah' date=' I'm a lousy Christian.

:-)[/quote']

 

So allow me try to digest this thing. You don't actually give 10%, but you call liberals liars if they say they do? Did I understand that correctly?

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