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    OK, let's summarize the value of the Kenyan in office. Rather than offer up some "not so catchy" corporate fascist comment or calling me a liar then running and hiding under a bridge, simply refute these and explain how things are so much better in America since his taking office if you dare. Otherwise, wake up and stop wasting your vote on America's Most Arrogant!

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    Hard to refute the cold. hard facts Doc. This arrogant phoney makes Carter look good, well almost.

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    All looks right to me but the last graph I believe was incorrect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    All looks right to me but the last graph I believe was incorrect.
    Are you calling Doc a liar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    All looks right to me but the last graph I believe was incorrect.
    Details Icy, post the corrected numbers and your source.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    Are you calling Doc a liar?
    Lying and being misinformed on one minor detail are two totally different things. At least Doc actually uses facts, statistics and personal experience instead of feces smearing.

    I'm still waiting for you to answer my question on how taxing the rich as hard as you want to is going to affect my market demand, or even middle class market demand for the skills we poses or lower my tax burden (also know as improving my quality of living). I would also like to know how the little amount of revenue it will bridge the budget gap. As we've shown, confiscating all of their wealth will not even fund government for 1 year.

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    Details Icy, post the corrected numbers and your source.
    It's still pathetically and historically very low, but not under 10%.

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    You think that graph may be because Obama HATES business people, and thinks business people have no place in running the largest corporation on the planet? It's strictly for lawyers, specically LIBERAL SOCIALIST lawyers that follow Marx's handbook.

    Obama has the EXACT SAME PHILOSPHY as our resident braindead former fed employee. Letting a business man in the WH is like letting in the enemy. Business=BAD, Big AZZ all controlling, over bearing, business crushing government=GOOD.

    Marx and Lenin were right along, and the results throughtout the world prove this out
    Fucking loons learned absolutely nothing in school. NOW, they tell the kids WE were the ones that were taught wrong, and that Marxist/Leninists are GOOD, and that the teachers union is proof.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    I'm still waiting for you to answer my question on how taxing the rich as hard as you want to is going to affect my market demand, or even middle class market demand for the skills we poses or lower my tax burden (also know as improving my quality of living). I would also like to know how the little amount of revenue it will bridge the budget gap. As we've shown, confiscating all of their wealth will not even fund government for 1 year.
    How hard do I want to tax the rich?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    How hard do I want to tax the rich?


    playing stupid certainly comes easy for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    playing stupid certainly comes easy for you!
    He ain't playing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    How hard do I want to tax the rich?
    You know, it's been so long that I don't even remember why I had this question for you. I really don't care anymore nor do I really finish reading you or zombies posts anymore if they are more than a few sentances long. Debating you two is like debating a 2 year old about why he can't have all the juice he wants on an 800 mile road trip.

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    Seems our resident liberals are short on comments here? I wonder how much reality they will have in their faces by the time the vote comes down in November. By then the supreme court will have ruled on the only legislation he actually used congress for, he'll be facing the wrath of Fast and Furious, he'll have more green organizations that have gone completely bankrupt with our tax dollars he gave them and he still won't have accomplished a dang thing positive for America since taking office. Oh it's true that he'll ask to raise the debt ceiling again, the national debt will have soared off the charts, and he'll continue circumventing congress with executive orders to engage in war, like he already did Libya and Africa, the dream act, and hundreds of other EOs intended to be ignored by our governing bodies but America won't be better off as a result of a single thing he's done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    You know, it's been so long that I don't even remember why I had this question for you. I really don't care anymore nor do I really finish reading you or zombies posts anymore if they are more than a few sentances long. Debating you two is like debating a 2 year old about why he can't have all the juice he wants on an 800 mile road trip.
    You sound like a poor debate loser? I'm a little humiliated, but not surprised, a two year old can out wit you too.
    BTW, Does the two year old use the "give me my juice or I'll shit my pants" logic like Republicans do ???

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