UPDATE 1-Senators reach tentative deal on US business tax breaks

Aug 1, 2012 Full story: Reuters 46

A bipartisan group of U.S. Senate tax-writers clinched a tentative deal on Wednesday to renew dozens of business tax breaks that have expired or will lapse at year-end, two top senators said, with further action set for Thursday.

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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#1 Aug 1, 2012
LIBERALS HATE FREE SPEECH……….UNLESS IT’S THEIRS……………..

GODFATHER UNDER FIRE FOR DISCRIMINATING AGAINST CHICK-FIL-A...

NYC Council Speaker demands chain is evicted from NYU campus...

Supporters line up outside restaurants...virtually all chick-Fil-A restaurants have long lines and packed building in support of the chains anti gay stance. The hypocrisy of the left believing in free speech is once again evident.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Dunn Loring, VA

#2 Aug 1, 2012




Business needs to thrive in order for Jobs to have any chance of returning. Obama has NEVER understood this fact.



"That business you have.... YOU DIDN'T BUILD IT!"

- Jackass Obama



“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Dunn Loring, VA

#3 Aug 1, 2012



When is Obama going to Pay His FAIR SHARE of Taxes?


It's despicable that he chastise others for using e Tax Code to reduce their burden yet is as quiet as a chimp when it's reported that HE Only Paid 20% Income Tax while being in the Millionaire's 35% Tax Bracket!

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Dunn Loring, VA

#4 Aug 1, 2012


When is Obama going to Demand that ALL of his TAX CHEATS inside his Admin, Come Clean, and PAY THEIR TAXES?


“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Dunn Loring, VA

#5 Aug 1, 2012


WHY did the jackass Obama give GM a Corporate Tax Free Existence after taking them into Bankruptcy?





Why is Obama such a Filthy Hypocrite and Criminal?



“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Dunn Loring, VA

#6 Aug 1, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
LIBERALS HATE FREE SPEECH……….UNLESS IT’S THEIRS……………..
GODFATHER UNDER FIRE FOR DISCRIMINATING AGAINST CHICK-FIL-A...
NYC Council Speaker demands chain is evicted from NYU campus...
Supporters line up outside restaurants...virtually all chick-Fil-A restaurants have long lines and packed building in support of the chains anti gay stance.

The hypocrisy of the left believing in free speech is once again evident.





Exactly!

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#7 Aug 1, 2012
NYT: Obama Supporters Barraged With Desperate Pleas for Cash...

Black pastors group launches anti-O campaign around gay marriage...

FEDERAL DEFICIT HIGHEST SINCE 1940S...

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Clinton, MD

#8 Aug 1, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
NYT: Obama Supporters Barraged With Desperate Pleas for Cash...
Black pastors group launches anti-O campaign around gay marriage...
FEDERAL DEFICIT HIGHEST SINCE 1940S...





Ugh!




It's time to END THE OBAMA ERROR.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#9 Aug 1, 2012
The laughing liberal wrote:
Business needs to thrive in order for Jobs to have any chance of returning. Obama has NEVER understood this fact.
"That business you have.... YOU DIDN'T BUILD IT!"
- Jackass Obama
Business thrives when enough people are working, so they can enter the market for goods and services, bonehead. Jobs come first, creating more demand. When there is more demand, THEN business thrives, and THEN they hire. Obama wants to invest in job creation. Republicans are trying to stop him. Boy, you are a dummy.

- Laughing (brain dead) Lump.

Since: Dec 07

Flint, TX

#10 Aug 1, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Business thrives when enough people are working, so they can enter the market for goods and services, bonehead. Jobs come first, creating more demand. When there is more demand, THEN business thrives, and THEN they hire. Obama wants to invest in job creation. Republicans are trying to stop him. Boy, you are a dummy.
- Laughing (brain dead) Lump.
He's already invested billions in failed programs, shovel ready, cash for clunkers, green energy projects. Now you're saying "let's try it again??"

Top states in job creation have republican leadership, low taxes and regulations.

You're so far in left field, the lights are blinding your view.

Since: Dec 07

Flint, TX

#11 Aug 1, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Business thrives when enough people are working, so they can enter the market for goods and services, bonehead. Jobs come first, creating more demand. When there is more demand, THEN business thrives, and THEN they hire. Obama wants to invest in job creation. Republicans are trying to stop him. Boy, you are a dummy.
- Laughing (brain dead) Lump.
Republicans are trying to stop his several "job creation" fiasco's and he don't appreciate it. Oh well, we'll fire him like we did Pelosi!!

Scott Walker and 5 Republican Governors Creating Jobs in Battle Ground States
http://www.policymic.com/articles/9646/scott-...

"
Osama Obama

Newburg, PA

#12 Aug 1, 2012
Obama changed his tune today in Ohio saying,farmers and small business owners is what made this country great and strong.He must be evolveing again.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Clinton, MD

#13 Aug 1, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Business thrives when enough people are working, so they can enter the market for goods and services, bonehead. Jobs come first, creating more demand. When there is more demand, THEN business thrives, and THEN they hire. Obama wants to invest in job creation. Republicans are trying to stop him. Boy, you are a dummy.
- Laughing (brain dead) Lump.



Dummy,
Business needs to thrive in order for Jobs to have any chance of returning. Obama has NEVER understood this fact. I realize your single brain cell struggles with accepting any facts but your fictional world is best left to

Obama's Policies and Rhetoric have hurt businesses. The Country will not recover until the idiot Obama is GONE.

You can't "Invest" in Job Creation unless you're talking about more Borrowing and creating a market distortion. THERE ARE NO SHOVEL READY JOBS!!!!


Why are progressives so flowking Stupid?


texsT

Perryville, MO

#14 Aug 1, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
Republicans are trying to stop his several "job creation" fiasco's and he don't appreciate it.
Yea.....there trying to stop everything and take us back 50 years.
questioner

Llano, TX

#15 Aug 1, 2012
Many of the deductions and preferences in the system – which serve to narrow the tax base – are mainly used by a relatively small class of mostly higher-income individuals. Washington should not be in the business of picking winners and losers so why is there a "tentative deal on Wednesday to renew dozens of business tax breaks that have expired or will lapse at year-end" So why should the business tax breaks be renewed?
Your Ex

Ashburn, VA

#16 Aug 1, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
Republicans are trying to stop his several "job creation" fiasco's and he don't appreciate it. Oh well, we'll fire him like we did Pelosi!!
Scott Walker and 5 Republican Governors Creating Jobs in Battle Ground States
http://www.policymic.com/articles/9646/scott-...
"
Poor Bonnie,
It's dark & stinky in there, isn't it?

Wisconsin lost more than 13,000 jobs between May and June 2012, according to preliminary employment figures released today, and the state’s unemployment rate increased.

Wisconsin lost 11,700 private sector jobs between May and June, according to the figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and another 1,500 government jobs, for a total job loss of 13,200. This represents the largest month-to-month job loss since June 2009, three years ago.

The state’s unemployment rate increased from 6.8 percent in May to 7.0 percent in June 2012.

Governor Walker has made the creation of 250,000 new private sector jobs in four years a major goal of his administration. Wisconsin now has 7,300 fewer private sector jobs.

Since: Dec 07

Flint, TX

#17 Aug 1, 2012
texsT wrote:
<quoted text>Yea.....there trying to stop everything and take us back 50 years.
50 years ago the top socialist country fell. Now your trying to do the same thing and make it work in the US?

LMAO

Since: Dec 07

Flint, TX

#18 Aug 1, 2012
Your Ex wrote:
<quoted text>
Poor Bonnie,
It's dark & stinky in there, isn't it?
Wisconsin lost more than 13,000 jobs between May and June 2012, according to preliminary employment figures released today, and the state’s unemployment rate increased.
Wisconsin lost 11,700 private sector jobs between May and June, according to the figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and another 1,500 government jobs, for a total job loss of 13,200. This represents the largest month-to-month job loss since June 2009, three years ago.
The state’s unemployment rate increased from 6.8 percent in May to 7.0 percent in June 2012.
Governor Walker has made the creation of 250,000 new private sector jobs in four years a major goal of his administration. Wisconsin now has 7,300 fewer private sector jobs.
Wisconsin posted its largest gain in private sector jobs since 2003 last month.
The Milwaukee Journal reported, via Free Republic:

While Wisconsin’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 7.6% in June from 7.4% a month earlier, state officials said Thursday the jobs picture in the state “continues to brighten.”

The Department of Workforce Development said preliminary estimates show a net gain of 12,900 private-sector jobs from May to June, marking the largest one-month gain of private sector jobs since September of 2003.

The unemployment rate encompasses Wisconsin residents who are available for work and actively seeking jobs.

“With 15,100 more people entering the labor force in June than in May, we believe more jobseekers are entering the workforce with optimism of finding employment,” said Scott Baumbach, secretary of the department.

The unemployment rate in June last year was 8.3%.
Poor ex, due to the success of republican governors around the nation, the left must fabricate bad news. Sorry, the ones being employed arent' buy the "tax/spend" crap of the democrats any longer. Unions lost control of Wisconsin. Try air freshener!
Your Ex

Ashburn, VA

#19 Aug 1, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
Wisconsin posted its largest gain in private sector jobs since 2003 last month.
The Milwaukee Journal reported, via Free Republic:
While Wisconsin’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 7.6% in June from 7.4% a month earlier, state officials said Thursday the jobs picture in the state “continues to brighten.”
The Department of Workforce Development said preliminary estimates show a net gain of 12,900 private-sector jobs from May to June, marking the largest one-month gain of private sector jobs since September of 2003.
The unemployment rate encompasses Wisconsin residents who are available for work and actively seeking jobs.
“With 15,100 more people entering the labor force in June than in May, we believe more jobseekers are entering the workforce with optimism of finding employment,” said Scott Baumbach, secretary of the department.
The unemployment rate in June last year was 8.3%.
Poor ex, due to the success of republican governors around the nation, the left must fabricate bad news. Sorry, the ones being employed arent' buy the "tax/spend" crap of the democrats any longer. Unions lost control of Wisconsin. Try air freshener!
The lowered unemployment rate that Walker keeps touting can be entirely accounted for by people leaving the labor force and thus no longer being counted. The recent Saturday front-page story in the WisconsinState Journal documented that trend in great detail and the numbers bear it out.
The exodus of 11,500 people from Wisconsin’s labor force accounts for all of the percentage drop in unemployment over the last year in Wisconsin. In fact, if you had the same number of people in the workforce (3,070,800) as Wisconsin had last February, the unemployment rate would actually be slightly lower at 6.8%.
Let’s also not forget that Walker didn’t campaign on lowering the unemployment rate in the state of Wisconsin.
And his administration repeatedly pointed to increases in the workforce when the unemployment rate was rising.
The bottom line though is that Scott Walker could “accomplish” the same drop in the unemployment rate he’s touting by simply kicking 11,500 people out of the state of Wisconsin – which is functionally what happened. His “reforms” have nothing to do with any drop in unemployment rate.

You might need a Warn 12,000#...

Since: Dec 07

Flint, TX

#20 Aug 1, 2012
Your Ex wrote:
<quoted text>
The lowered unemployment rate that Walker keeps touting can be entirely accounted for by people leaving the labor force and thus no longer being counted. The recent Saturday front-page story in the WisconsinState Journal documented that trend in great detail and the numbers bear it out.
The exodus of 11,500 people from Wisconsin’s labor force accounts for all of the percentage drop in unemployment over the last year in Wisconsin. In fact, if you had the same number of people in the workforce (3,070,800) as Wisconsin had last February, the unemployment rate would actually be slightly lower at 6.8%.
Let’s also not forget that Walker didn’t campaign on lowering the unemployment rate in the state of Wisconsin.
And his administration repeatedly pointed to increases in the workforce when the unemployment rate was rising.
The bottom line though is that Scott Walker could “accomplish” the same drop in the unemployment rate he’s touting by simply kicking 11,500 people out of the state of Wisconsin – which is functionally what happened. His “reforms” have nothing to do with any drop in unemployment rate.
You might need a Warn 12,000#...
Right, that's why Walker won the recall, because the people of Wisconsin thinks he's doing a bad job. With the constant loss by the dems since 2010, you really think that your drivel is going to be believed?? Please explain how a governor has the authorization to kick out 11,500 people, unless they're illegal immigrants.
LMAO You're funnier than a candlelight tour of a dymamite factory!

Tell Governor Christie we said hello.

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