Who do you support for Governor in Pennsylvania in 2010?

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Dan the Man wrote:
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This is the kind of dumbass nonsense you post when you live in the failed alternate rightwing reality created by the rightwing echo-chamber.
Educate your ignorant ass on what the ACA actually does before you say stupid shit like this.
Ever since LBJ declared a war on poverty the parasites in the U.S. have been consuming the host. Well, parasites, the host is finally fighting back. You made your mistake when you chose the side of the socialist instead of the capitalist. Your mistake was the failure to recognize the fact that socialism only works until you run out of other peoples money.

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Google is your friend. Look it up, moron.
LMAO...Dan the Mans new response when he cannot back up his BS statements. I kinda liked his old response....GET BENT!

Ever since LBJ declared a war on poverty the parasites in the U.S. have been consuming the host. Well, parasites, the host is finally fighting back. You made your mistake when you chose the side of the socialist instead of the capitalist. Your mistake was the failure to recognize the fact that socialism only works until you run out of other peoples money.

Obama's well is going dry. I bet he will be forced to tax those making under $250,000.
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Route Sales Representative Salaries at Hostess Brands

The guy that drives dat truck around to all da stops?

38K to 78K

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Hostess is to big to fail.

Send in the commie HOLDER, force Hostess to pay.

OooBaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaa!!!!

Save da twinkies!!!!!!!
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SAVE THE HO-HOs. Bail out Hostess.
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How's that babble working out for you racist warrior tea bag? Thrust thrust cha cha kaboom. You feel it now. All you got is this internet so vent and please show anger
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Educate your ignorant ass on what the ACA actually does before you say stupid shit like this.

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The penalty/tax will be phased in from 2014 to 2016.

The minimum penalty/tax in 2016 will be $695 per person and up to 3-times that per family.

After 2016, these amounts will increase at the rate of inflation.

The minimum penalty/tax per person will start at $95 in 2014 (and then increase through 2016)

No family will ever pay more than 3X the per-person penalty, regardless of how many people are in the family.

The $695 per-person penalty is only for those who make between $9,500 and ~$37,000 per year.

If you make less than ~$9.500, you're exempt. If you make more than ~$37,000, your penalty is calculated by the following formula...
The penalty is 2.5% of any household income above the level at which you are required to file a tax return. That level is currently $9,500 per person and $19,000 per couple. The penalty on any income above that is 2.5%. So the penalty can get expensive quickly if you make a lot of money.
However, the penalty can never be more than the cost of a "Bronze" heath insurance plan purchased through one of the state "exchanges" that will be created as part of Obamacare. The CBO estimates that these policies will cost $4,500-$5,000 per person and $12,000-$12,500 per family in 2016, with the costs rising thereafter.

So, basically, you're looking at penalties of approximately the following at the following income levels:

Less than $9,500 income =$0

$9,500 -$37,000 income =$695

$50,000 income =$1,000

$75,000 income =$1,600
$100,000 income =$2,250
$125,000 income =$2,900
$150,000 income =$3,500
$175,000 income =$4,100
$200,000 income =$4,700
Over $200,000 = The cost of a "bronze" health-insurance plan
The IRS will collect the penalty-tax, a fact that will no doubt further enrage those who hate Obamacare.

But here's some more good news for those folks:

The IRS will not have the power to charge you criminally or seize your assets if you refuse to pay.

The IRS will only have the ability to sue you. And the most the IRS can collect from you if it wins the suit is 2X the amount you owe.

So if you want to thumb your nose at the penalty-tax, the IRS won't be able to do as much to you as they could if you refused to pay, say, income tax.

By the way, the following folks will be exempt from the penalty-tax:

Those who make less than $9,500

Employees whose employers only offer plans that cost more than 8% of the employee's income

Those with "hardships"

Members of Indian tribes

Members of certain religions that don't pay Social Security tax, such as Amish, Hutterites, or Mennonites

And, of course, Obamacare isn't free.

So, whether you pay the penalty or not, you're going to have to pay a lot of other taxes to pay for it.

Here they are >

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-much-is-th...

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Keep RUNNING from the FACTS, loser!!!!!

They keep KICKING your Azz and you keep RUNNING!!!

It's HILARIOUS to watch!!!!

LMAO!!!!!!!
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Educate your ignorant ass on what the ACA actually does before you say stupid shit like this.

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A 40% tax on "Cadillac Health Care Plans" starting in 2018.

Those whose employers pay for all or most of comprehensive healthcare plans (costing $10,200 for an individual or $27,500 for families) will have to pay a 40% tax on the amount their employer pays.

The 2018 start date is said to have been a gift to unions, which often have comprehensive plans.( ATR.org )

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/here-are-the-n...

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Keep RUNNING from the FACTS, loser!!!!!

They keep KICKING your Azz and you keep RUNNING!!!

It's HILARIOUS to watch!!!!

LMAO!!!!!!!
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It is racist tea bag dumb ass, it really is

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bobby64 wrote:
How's that babble working out for you racist warrior tea bag? Thrust thrust cha cha kaboom. You feel it now. All you got is this internet so vent and please show anger
Ever since LBJ declared a war on poverty the parasites in the U.S. have been consuming the host. Well, parasites, the host is finally fighting back. You made your mistake when you chose the side of the socialist instead of the capitalist. Your mistake was the failure to recognize the fact that socialism only works until you run out of other peoples money.
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Racist rogers, your posting does not affect patriotic Americans, boy. They are good only for amusement value, dumb ass and you must understand that much boo. You need to say a prayer for your corporate master
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday joined the chorus of Republican governors and other officials criticizing Mitt Romney’s assertion that “gifts” from President Barack Obama helped the Democrat win reelection.

“Yeah, sure,” Christie replied when asked by MSNBC host Joe Scarborough if Romney’s comments were “a terrible thing to say.”“You can’t expect to be the leader of all the people and be divisive,” Christie continued.“You have to talk about themes, policies, that unite people.”

Way to go Chris,,,,,,,,throw Romney under the bus with the rest of the scum where they belong!!! LMAO!
I think Chris is finally on to this guy...McCain also said in a statement to CNN news , " Take your losses like man and move on like I did", "The reason I lost was because a better candidate beat me"
*sigh*

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Prominent Republican governors have united in their condemnation of Romney’s remarks, which he made in a post-election call with donors. Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal, Wisconsin’s Scott Walker and New Mexico’s Susana Martinez have also distanced themselves from the man who was their party’s standard-bearer only two weeks ago.

Christie did excuse Romney’s remarks, nothing the candidate is still feeling the disappointment.

“Mitt Romney is a friend of mine,” Christie said.“I understand he is very upset about having lost the election, he’s very disappointed.… I’ve lost elections, but never for the presidency. I’m sure it stings.”

“Do I wish he hadn’t said those things?” the New Jersey governor added.“Of course. But on the other hand, I’m not going to bury the guy for it.”

Christie also had advice for Republicans looking to rebuild the party:“Do your job.”

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/839...
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Mitt Romney, a guy who routinely pays less than 15% in taxes on millions of $ income, significantly less than my effective tax rate and that of many others who make far less than he does, has the audacity to talk about "gifts" from the government. The carried interest loophole, a gift that has benefited him so greatly over the years, is a farce. But I'm sure in his mind he somehow deserves this special treatment. What a hypocritical jerk. Thank God this clueless, aristocratic vulture capitalist lost..........
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Dan the Man wrote:
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Under the Affordable Care Act, small business owners who cover a portion of the premium for their employees' health insurance will get a tax credit for up to 50% of that cost.

So my costs for healthcare are going to drop.

The ACA is a GOOD thing.

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For tax years 2010 through 2013, the maximum credit is 35 percent for small business employers and 25 percent for small tax-exempt employers such as charities.

An enhanced version of the credit will be effective beginning Jan. 1, 2014.

Additional information about the enhanced version will be added to IRS.gov as it becomes available.

In general, on Jan. 1, 2014, the rate will increase to 50 percent and 35 percent, respectively.

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To be eligible, you must cover at least 50 percent of the cost of single (not family) health care coverage for each of your employees.

You must also have fewer than 25 full-time equivalent employees (FTEs).

Those employees must have average wages of less than $50,000 a year.

Let us break it down for you even more.

You are probably wondering:

what IS a full-time equivalent employee.

Basically, two half-time workers count as one full-timer.

Here is an example, 20 half-time employees are equivalent to 10 full-time workers.

That makes the number of FTEs 10 not 20.

Now let’s talk about average wages. Say you pay total wages of $200,000 and have 10 FTEs. To figure average wages you divide $200,000 by 10 – the number of FTEs – and the result is your average wage. The average wage would be $20,000.

Also, the amount of the credit you receive works on a sliding scale. The smaller the business or charity, the bigger the credit. So if you have more than 10 FTEs or if the average wage is more than $25,000, the amount of the credit you receive will be less.


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The ACA is a GOOD thing.
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Many Republicans may be backing away from Mitt Romney's so-called "gifts" comments, but one anchor is standing right behind the former presidential candidate: Bill O'Reilly.

Romney managed to cause himself trouble even after losing the election, when statements he made on a private call to donors surfaced in the media. Romney said that President Obama beat him because of the many "gifts" he made to core constituencies like African Americans, Latinos and young people.

This line of thinking happened to line up pretty closely with O'Reilly's widely-circulated comments on Election Night. The Fox News host said that Obama was winning because people wanted "stuff" and "things" and the president was more prepared to give it to them than Romney, the defender of "traditional" values, was.

Speaking on his Thursday show, O'Reilly defended Romney, and implied that the governor had drawn inspiration from him.

Leave it to FOX to bail out another Republican..LMAO!
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"It's a proven strategy, which is give a bunch of money to a group and, guess what, they'll vote for you. What I would do if I was running in four years from now-I'd say dental care ought to be included in Obamacare".
Bill Clinton in a conversation with Mitt Romney

Clinton said more about how handouts get people to vote for you.

How does it feel to be a group of people that the democrats know they can have your vote by giving you handouts? In other words, lazy, irresponsible people get democrats elected.
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Mitt Romney, a guy who routinely pays less than 15% in taxes on millions of $ income, significantly less than my effective tax rate and that of many others who make far less than he does, has the audacity to talk about "gifts" from the government. The carried interest loophole, a gift that has benefited him so greatly over the years, is a farce. But I'm sure in his mind he somehow deserves this special treatment. What a hypocritical jerk. Thank God this clueless, aristocratic vulture capitalist lost..........
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Mitt Romney, a guy who routinely pays less than 15% in taxes on millions of $ income,

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Topic 409 - Capital Gains and Losses

Capital gains and deductible capital losses are reported on Form 1040, Schedule D (PDF).

If you have a net capital gain, that gain may be taxed at a lower tax rate than your ordinary income tax rates.

The term "net capital gain" means the amount by which your net long-term capital gain for the year is more than the sum of your net short-term capital loss and any long-term capital loss carried over from the previous year.

Generally, net capital gain is taxed at rates no higher than 15%.

However, for the years 2008 through 2012, some or all net capital gain may be taxed at 0%, if it would otherwise be taxed at lower rates.

There are three exceptions where capital gains may be taxed at rates greater than 15%:

The taxable part of a gain from selling Section 1202 qualified small business stock is taxed at a maximum 28% rate.

Net capital gain from selling collectibles (such as coins or art) is taxed at a maximum 28% rate.

The part of any net capital gain from selling Section 1250 real property that is required to be recaptured in excess of straight-line depreciation is taxed at a maximum 25% rate.

If you have a taxable capital gain, you may be required to make estimated tax payments.

Refer to Publication 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax, for additional information.

http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc409.html

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But I'm sure in his mind he somehow deserves this special treatment.
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Many Republicans may be backing away from Mitt Romney's so-called "gifts" comments, but one anchor is standing right behind the former presidential candidate: Bill O'Reilly.
Romney managed to cause himself trouble even after losing the election, when statements he made on a private call to donors surfaced in the media. Romney said that President Obama beat him because of the many "gifts" he made to core constituencies like African Americans, Latinos and young people.
This line of thinking happened to line up pretty closely with O'Reilly's widely-circulated comments on Election Night. The Fox News host said that Obama was winning because people wanted "stuff" and "things" and the president was more prepared to give it to them than Romney, the defender of "traditional" values, was.
Speaking on his Thursday show, O'Reilly defended Romney, and implied that the governor had drawn inspiration from him.
Leave it to FOX to bail out another Republican..LMAO!
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Romney said that President Obama beat him because of the many "gifts" he made to core constituencies like African Americans, Latinos and young people.

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In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.

Johnson set in motion bills and acts,[64] creating programs such as

Head Start,

food stamps,

Work Study,

Medicare

and Medicaid, which still exist today.
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“I’ll have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

- Lyndon B. Johnson

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Aug 13, 2012 – As many as 1.7 million illegal immigrants across the country are preparing to apply for a deportation deferral being offered by the Obama administration.

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“I’ll have those wet baks voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

-Barack Hussein Øbama
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Did you say that? You sure did tea bagging dumb ass. Now you can take a bow pat your self on your back. Do you feel president Obama deep thrust? Cha cha vrooom
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Chris C wrote:
Many Republicans may be backing away from Mitt Romney's so-called "gifts" comments, but one anchor is standing right behind the former presidential candidate: Bill O'Reilly.
Romney managed to cause himself trouble even after losing the election, when statements he made on a private call to donors surfaced in the media. Romney said that President Obama beat him because of the many "gifts" he made to core constituencies like African Americans, Latinos and young people.
This line of thinking happened to line up pretty closely with O'Reilly's widely-circulated comments on Election Night. The Fox News host said that Obama was winning because people wanted "stuff" and "things" and the president was more prepared to give it to them than Romney, the defender of "traditional" values, was.
Speaking on his Thursday show, O'Reilly defended Romney, and implied that the governor had drawn inspiration from him.
Leave it to FOX to bail out another Republican..LMAO!
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"gifts"

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You know,

free turkeys at the homeless shelters,

obummercare,

free phones,

free food,

free condoms,

free gas,

free mortgage payments,

free education for illegals,

open borders,

cash for clunkers,

cash for caulkers,

cash for houses.

The dummies, yuppies and gimmies who voted for Obama are in the Christmas spirit.

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