Ralph

Caledonia, OH

#1 Nov 6, 2012
> *Home Sales Tax becomes effective Jan. 1, 2013*
>
> *The National Association of Realtors is not pleased with this
> new tax and hopes this*
> *information is forwarded to every voter prior to the election in
> November.
>
> It doesn't matter which side of the political fence you sit on - it
> will affect ALL of us.
>
> When does your home become part of your health care? After 2012! Your
> vote
> counts*
> *big time in 2012, make sure you and all your friends and family
> know about this!**
>
> **HOME SALES TAX** I thought you might find this interesting,--maybe
> even
> SICKENING!*
> *The National Association of Realtors is all over this and working
> to get it repealed,before*
> *it takes effect. But, I am very pleased we aren't the only ones
> who know about this ploy*
> *to steal billions from unsuspecting homeowners. How many realtors
> do you think will vote*
> *Democratic in 2012? Did you know that if you sell your house
> after
> 2012 you will pay a*
> *3.8% sales tax on it? That's $3,800 on a $100,000 home, etc.
> When did this happen?*
> *It's in the health carebill,-- and it goes into effect in 2013.
> Why 2013? Could it be so*
> *that it doesn't come to light until after the 2012 elections?
> So, this is ‘change you can*
> *believe in’? Under the new health care bill all real estate
> transactions will be subject to a*
> *3.8% sales tax. If you sell a $400,000 home, there will be a
> $15,200
> tax.*
>
> *This bill is set to screw the retiring generation,-- who often
> downsize their homes. Does*
> *this make your November, 2012 vote more important? Oh, you
> weren't aware that this*
> *was in the Obama Health Care bill? Guess what; you aren't alone!
> There are more than*
> *a few members of Congress that weren't aware of it either.*
>
> *You can check this out for yourself at *
> *
> http://www.gop.gov/blog/10/04/08/obamacare-fl...
> ome
WARRIOR

Cloudcroft, NM

#2 Nov 6, 2012
'page not found' how appropriate !!!!
Ralph

Caledonia, OH

#3 Nov 6, 2012
It is only one of the 21 taxes hidden in the Obama care bill, all for the middle class.
WARRIOR

Cloudcroft, NM

#4 Nov 6, 2012
Romney holding steady on Intrade

34% chance of winning.
Liar Liar

Carrizozo, NM

#5 Nov 6, 2012
Ralph wrote:
It is only one of the 21 taxes hidden in the Obama care bill, all for the middle class.
You are once again an fing liar. Here is a link with some NAR links including a video by their director of tax policy calling you a liar.
http://www.factcheck.org/2012/04/realtors-the...
Here is the video
http://speakingofrealestate.blogs.realtor.org...
A brochure from the NAR on this
http://www.realtor.org/small_business_health_... $FILE/government_affairs_inves t_inc_tax_broch.pdf
A Q&A on the subject at NAR
http://www.realtor.org/small_business_health_... $FILE/government_affairs_inves t_inc_tax_broch.pdf
And finally a podcast by the President of the National Association of Realtors on the subject
http://www.realtor.org/audio/feb-21-2012-38-h...

The fact is the NAR has advocated for just the type of insurance reform encompassed by ObamaCare because their members are mainly self employed, are not particularly high earners and are mostly uninsured due to the high cost of individual health plans.

Are you even able to say the truth?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#6 Nov 6, 2012
WARRIOR wrote:
Romney holding steady on Intrade
34% chance of winning.
obama is a POSER like YOU!

ROMNEY 100% CHANCE OF WINNING GUARANTEED!

“Liberty and justice for all”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#7 Dec 4, 2012
What an idiot. I bet you're a birther, too.

This tax will affect less than 0.2% of the population.

So, unless you make more than $200,000 a year in cash income AND sell an investment with a PROFIT of more than $500,000, you won't pay a dime. And if you make a profit of more than $500,000, you are ONLY taxed on the profits over $500,000.

If you are one of the 0.2% which will be affected by this, go cry to someone who actually cares about your lack of financial problems...cuz it ain't the impoverished New Mexicans.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/beltway/2012/04/0...
Ralph

Caledonia, OH

#8 Dec 4, 2012
Sorry your house isn't worth that much, maybe you should get a job. Just a suggestion.
No Ralph

Carrizozo, NM

#9 Dec 4, 2012
Ralph wrote:
Sorry your house isn't worth that much, maybe you should get a job. Just a suggestion.
What did you get for your place over on Ocotillo when you moved? 140ish? Living in equally poor almost all white town has driven you completely insane.
Homer S

Cloudcroft, NM

#10 Dec 4, 2012
Ralph wrote:
Sorry my house isn't worth that much, maybe I should get a job. Just a suggestion.
sort of a 'take my advice, I'm not using it.'
Ralph

Caledonia, OH

#11 Dec 5, 2012
No Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>
What did you get for your place over on Ocotillo when you moved? 140ish? Living in equally poor almost all white town has driven you completely insane.
We made a profit, thanks for asking. Tell Barb we said hi. Are you still living in the dust bowl?
No Ralph

Carrizozo, NM

#12 Dec 5, 2012
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text> We made a profit, thanks for asking. Tell Barb we said hi. Are you still living in the dust bowl?
I wanted to share this lighthearted story about your bailville.

If you were unfortunate enough to live in the small industrial city of Mansfield, Ohio, for the last 40 years, you would have witnessed in microcosm the dystopia of destruction unfolding in similar places everywhere. For a century, workshops there had made a kaleidoscope of goods: stoves, tires, steel, machinery, refrigerators, and cars. Then Mansfield’s rust belt started narrowing as one plant after another went shut down: Dominion Electric in 1971, Mansfield Tire and Rubber in 1978, Hoover Plastics in 1980, National Seating in 1985, Tappan Stoves in 1986, a Westinghouse plant and Ohio Brass in 1990, Wickes Lumber in 1997, Crane Plumbing in 2003, Neer Manufacturing in 2007, and Smurfit-Stone Container in 2009. In 2010, General Motors closed its largest, most modern U.S. stamping factory, and thanks to the Great Recession, Con-way Freight, Value City, and Card Camera also shut down.

“Good times” or bad, it didn’t matter. Mansfield shrank relentlessly, becoming the urban equivalent of skin and bones. Its poverty rate is now at 28%, its median income $11,000 below the national average of $41,994. What manufacturing remains is non-union and $10 an hour is considered a good wage.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/steve-fraser/th...
Ralph

Caledonia, OH

#13 Dec 6, 2012
You are mistaken as usual, G.M. was here and the Teamsters have a huge meeting hall right across the road from the empty G.M. parking lot that is now growing grass. In the good old days the Teamsters would declare a strike while G.M. made their fall change over, the company didn't have to lay off or pay for workers during the change over. Mansfield now makes a line of toilets which is where it appears your wisdom comes from.
Ralph

Cloudcroft, NM

#14 Dec 6, 2012
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>obama is a POSER like YOU!
ROMNEY 100% CHANCE OF WINNING GUARANTEED!
did we get an invite to the Innaugeration?
Ralph

Cloudcroft, NM

#15 Dec 6, 2012
Imma gonna keep the double wide. no taxes for me.
Ralph

Caledonia, OH

#16 Dec 7, 2012
There are taxes here on double wides?

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