Wed Nov 14, 2012, 08:11 PM
DhhD (1,328 posts)
Senator Cornyn is sidestepping President Obama's Tax Plan.
This evening on the ABC Channel 8 News, DFW, Senator Cornyn was given time to talk about his Tax Plan about so called small business. Small business to Republicans is a multi-million dollar company or corporation with less than 50 worker like Bain Capital. Low information voters believe that our Senator is talking about shop owners just barely scraping by is a slow economy. The truth needs to override their deception. Cornyn needs to be reminded that Texas is not the White House and that the American people overwhelmingly elected Democrat Obama for President.
Real small businesses like a Mom and Pop Shop or an Inventor with a small shop that makes a product are already a part of Obama's low tax rate plan. The Middle Class tax break includes any body making under $250,000.00 a year. (Joe the Plumber was a huge lie during the 2008 Campaign by the Red Conservatives.)
This disadvantage is starting early. No wonder this is a RED State. Could the Democratic Party of Texas appoint a Spokesperson to watch, report, then speak and write to the Media of what ever group in which Democrats should get equal time? We have no candidate or representative working here.
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Senator Cornyn is sidestepping President Obama's Tax Plan. (Original post)
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Thu Nov 15, 2012, 08:57 AM
John2 (2,730 posts)
don't your mayors have an open door to the Whitehouse and just go around your State level representatives since they don't do their jobs? When we pressured the Apartheid Government of South Africa, all the cities and local governments in the United States just went around their own Republican dominated Government. Even though your State Government is hostile, they don't dictate to you. It is another kind of secession. That is what I'm proposing if the cities in North Carolina don't agree with Pat McCrory's crap. We definately can do things to keep him in line. Like voting to keep revenues from him. He can just let the country folks take care of themselves and tax them if they want to use our services in the city.
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Thu Nov 15, 2012, 08:26 PM
DhhD (1,328 posts)
2. Most Texas Mayors are Conservative members of the Chamber of Commerce.
Texas has a huge population of low income people. They do well to get up and get to work everyday so they need someone that is not in government to help them look at what is really going on. I am afraid that many are deceived about what is going on.
My relatives are average family people and they have been in shock during this election period as to what is really going on. One said that he was a proud Republican. I ask him if he was proud of the Ryan Plan. He looked in to it and refused to get back with me on what the measures would mean to our families. Looking at our entire at large family, we became Purple. I have always been Blue.