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Discussion in 'Politics' started by wanker, Nov 27, 2012.
how will it affect you...
if u voted for romney we would not be facing this
spin off threads include fistings,fisticuffs,etc..
the progressives are gigantic pussies and will come up with another 6 mos. delay imho
Who is crying about the rule changes right now?
We're gonna go over. Republitards refuse to raise taxes on the rich. Excuse me, they refuse to let Bush era tax cuts expire as they were supposed to. Greedy mutha fuckin republicans and their greedy fucking supporters.
Then they'll blame Obama for not compromising on a failed policy. (see shitcunt)
We'll go over the cliff and then they'll sort out the mess afterward.
Will republicans let us go over the cliff? Of course they will just so they can blame Obama.
I'll see my taxes go up but we'll also see drastic cuts in military spending which will really send republitards reeling.
Thank you Boehner, the republican house and the Grover Norquist tax pledge. Fucking retards.
The wealthy are already planning on how they can defer taxes and hide revenues for when the increase hits.
the ones getting fucked by the new rules, i would imagine
And Republicans do love getting fucked then wanting that fuck to be deemed illegal because Jesus said so...or well, he meant to say so
you're babbling dude
Is that from the Bible?
oddly enough, it is
see, e.g., Tower of Babel
It's not exactly a shocker that borrowing and spending $600-$700 more will yield a higher GDP result. The problem is how that compares to the debt incurred. Those are some pretty rosey figures, btw. Even with QEIII we were only growing the economy at 2.7% rate last quarter and all I'm hearing is bad numbers coming out on corporate earnings this quarter.
GDP itself is a fairly bogus number, as it fails to seperate private from public economy. In 2007 the private part of the economy was much larger than today. Government doesn't produce anything. What it doles out it has to take in in taxes or debt. Money spent from an unemployment check is not the same as money saved and invested in a productive enterprise. Yet GDP counts them as the same.
we already went over the football cliff with notre dame ranked #1
If you have $5 to spare you will love this read.
http://www.amazon.com/Trickle-Down-...12761&sr=8-4&keywords=thomas sowell economics
artificial "fiscal cliff" is artificial
exactly. they are way over-rated, they almost lost to pitt.
they will not win the championship game
if the tax rates go back to clinton era rates, and the payroll tax holiday expires, it will cost me, what, $350 a month. that sucks. that's a car payment.
complain to the house republicans who won't pass the bill
i expect them to pass the bill, raise taxes on the "rich", and let the payroll holiday lapse. so, $100 per month out of my pocket, for nothing. literally.