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mwb970 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-11-10 07:29 AM
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10. A "talking point" in a foreign language?
And a dead language at that! Somehow I don't think that would work with our current crop of brain-dead citizens.
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  -What are the "Bush tax cuts" doing now for the economy? SHRED  Nov-11-10 07:01 AM   #0 
  - Yes, that is the key here....if the tax cuts solve the problem, why did the problem occur  cbdo2007   Nov-11-10 07:07 AM   #1 
  - That's what I'd like to know  Proud Liberal Dem   Nov-11-10 07:13 AM   #2 
  - Nothing. They are simply quid pro quo for the rich who get Republicans elected.  jpljr77   Nov-11-10 07:14 AM   #3 
  - A "talking point" in a foreign language?  mwb970   Nov-11-10 07:29 AM   #10 
  - Well the very microscopic middle class tax cut did help  fasttense   Nov-11-10 07:16 AM   #4 
  - Another BIG Lie  KharmaTrain   Nov-11-10 07:17 AM   #5 
  - Ah, but they DID create jobs!  Buns_of_Fire   Nov-11-10 07:58 AM   #13 
  - Been asking that for years.  GoCubsGo   Nov-11-10 07:17 AM   #6 
  - Great question!  Red Knight   Nov-11-10 07:23 AM   #7 
  - How much more in taxes would you pay if they expired?  stray cat   Nov-11-10 07:25 AM   #8 
  - If you make 40,000 a year the increase would be less than 1000 more in taxes  stray cat   Nov-11-10 07:29 AM   #9 
  - Depending on your dependants and other deductions,  notadmblnd   Nov-11-10 08:10 AM   #15 
  - What?I thought everybody was crushed under the weight of all those jobs trickling down?!  MatthewStLouis   Nov-11-10 07:41 AM   #11 
  - They completely saved the economy  Ezlivin   Nov-11-10 07:45 AM   #12 
  - This is a very good discussion  notadmblnd   Nov-11-10 08:03 AM   #14 
  - It doesn't matter, our Republican President has decided he wants to keep them  Bandit   Nov-11-10 08:13 AM   #16 
  - This is an important question!  MatthewStLouis   Nov-11-10 09:50 AM   #17 
  - REPEAT the OPs question OVER AND OVER. -nt  Poboy   Nov-11-10 09:57 AM   #18 
  - I raised that objection earlier. Got the standard "Ye must have faith in tax cuts, brother!" reply  kenny blankenship   Nov-11-10 10:04 AM   #19 
  - This is an important understanding. Digesting we have an official state religion may be the way out.  TheKentuckian   Nov-11-10 11:24 AM   #21 
  - K&R  disillusioned73   Nov-11-10 11:00 AM   #20 
  - There are more jobs for lobbyists fighting to keep the rich tax cuts. That helps, doesn't it?  Kablooie   Nov-11-10 11:26 AM   #22 
 

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