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“"Beau-Se'ant”

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Jul 10, 2012
 
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/this-graph-sa...

Wake up, people. Wake up before it's too late. More spending and higher tax rates on the job creators is going to make it worse.
real truth

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Jul 14, 2012
 
Too late for WHAT? To pay off our debt? Would you rather middle class be stuck with the bill of bailing out the upper class? You do realize we just bailed these scum out for how many billions and now we're supposed to absorb more by lowering tax rates for the poor, poor "non-job creators"?? Taxes are lower than they have been in decades! Where are the "trickle down" jobs for the middle class that were promised for the lower taxes on the upper class? WHERE? WHERE? WHERE?

“"Beau-Se'ant”

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Jul 14, 2012
 
real truth wrote:
Too late for WHAT? To pay off our debt? Would you rather middle class be stuck with the bill of bailing out the upper class? You do realize we just bailed these scum out for how many billions and now we're supposed to absorb more by lowering tax rates for the poor, poor "non-job creators"?? Taxes are lower than they have been in decades! Where are the "trickle down" jobs for the middle class that were promised for the lower taxes on the upper class? WHERE? WHERE? WHERE?
You cannot possibly be that stupid. Really.
Tax the job creators more? When they are already paying the highest corporate tax rates in the free world? When they are already paying the lionshare of the tax burden? When the bottom 50% are paying virtually NOTHING?

What has Obama done for you?

1. Perpetuated a lie that only those over 250K ( which includes the gross receipts for a small business that would employ people by the way) would have to pay for Obamacare. A recent WSJ report/study showed clearly that businesses and families earning less than 120K would shoulder the burden for 75% of Obamacare.

2. Job creation under Obama has been limited to temporary and seasonal jobs in the government sector. While Obama grew the government as a percentage of our GDP by nearly 7%, with a CORRESPONDING LOSS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR!

You know, that private sector that actually PAYS for the government?

3. Welfare is up from 23% to now 35% of the population. 14 million NEW people on food stamps. Millions on unemployment insurance. The number of people on Social Security disabilty QUADRUPLED on his watch. YOU CAN'T SEE THAT HE'S USHERED IN THE NANNY STATE, AND IT'S RUN OUT OF MONEY? YOU CAN'T SEE THAT HE'S RUN US OFF A CLIFF?

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Jul 14, 2012
 
Wake up, Kentucky... you are not that far removed from Davenport.

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