Slick Willy

West Mifflin, PA

#43226 Nov 21, 2012
Federal Spending Grew Nearly 12 Times Faster than Median Income:

When federal spending grows faster than Americans' paychecks, the burden of government on taxpayers becomes greater. Over the past four decades, median-income Americans' earnings have risen only 24 percent, while spending has increased 288 percent.

And this was all done by all those giveaways by Obama..........

LQQK HERE:

http://www.heritage.org/federalbudget/growth-...

All Obama's fault..
Slick Willy

West Mifflin, PA

#43227 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43228 Nov 21, 2012
X factor, that ayn rand in your ignorant ass is going tk bust out soon enough, i promise. She even collected social security and Medicare the last part of her life, but your Paul Ryan will never tell you that. Wow, dumb ass
Slick Willy

West Mifflin, PA

#43229 Nov 21, 2012
All Obama's fault!!

U.S. Has the Highest Corporate Tax Rate:

High federal and state corporate tax rates make it difficult for U.S. headquartered businesses to compete internationally. U.S. rates have been consistently higher than the average of industrialized nations. In April 2012, Japan reduced its corporate tax rate to 36.8 percent, making the U.S. total corporate tax rate the highest.

LQQK HERE:

http://www.heritage.org/federalbudget/corpora...
Slick Willy

West Mifflin, PA

#43230 Nov 21, 2012
Federal Spending per Household Is Skyrocketing:

The federal government is spending more per household than ever before. Since 1965, spending per household has grown by 152 percent, from $11,900 in 1965 to $30,015 in 2012. From 2012 to 2022, it is projected to rise to $34,602—a 15 percent increase.

All Obama's fault!!

LQQK HERE:

http://www.heritage.org/federalbudget/federal...
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#43231 Nov 21, 2012
Slick Willy wrote:
Federal Spending Grew Nearly 12 Times Faster than Median Income:
When federal spending grows faster than Americans' paychecks, the burden of government on taxpayers becomes greater. Over the past four decades, median-income Americans' earnings have risen only 24 percent, while spending has increased 288 percent.
And this was all done by all those giveaways by Obama..........
LQQK HERE:
http://www.heritage.org/federalbudget/growth-...
All Obama's fault..
Not at all Obama is another puppet, the controlled implosion of the economy is by design, these banks want all of our wealth. Look at Greece - it is their beta test - and Spain.

We 'borrow' the Federal Reserve Bank's fairy tale currency and they steal our land/gold/oil/labor and anything else of real substance they can grab. We get left having to repay an impossible debt.

Austerity coming to America soon.
Slick Willy

West Mifflin, PA

#43232 Nov 21, 2012
Federal Spending Exceeds Federal Revenue by More than $1 Trillion:

Since 1965, spending has risen constantly. While federal revenues are recovering from the recent recession, spending is growing sharply, resulting in four consecutive years of deficits exceeding $1 trillion.

All Obama's fault!!!!!!!!!!

LQQK HERE:

http://www.heritage.org/federalbudget/growth-...
bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43233 Nov 21, 2012
Is heritage that right wing think tank funded heavily by Charles and David Koch? The oil billionaires that was trying to buy the election for etch a sketch? You a frigging moron and of course the happy Obama beat em
Tricky Dicky

West Mifflin, PA

#43234 Nov 21, 2012
THE UNITED STATES IS THE only remaining industrialized country without some form of universal access to medical services, in part because policy debates are driven by false, selfdefeating beliefs. One such belief is that the United States cannot afford to cover the uninsured, when in fact a coordinated financing system is the key tool for holding costs down, and there are affordable ways to do it.1 Even the largest employers are unable to hold major cost drivers in check.

A second belief, held by the medical profession, is that they would lose still more power than they have already under corporate managed care. Yet universal health care systems elsewhere give the profession greater institutional powers.

Third, many believe that the only alternative to voluntary, market-based health insurance is a single-payer system financed by tax revenues, when there are a number of options.

Fourth, many believe that the United States is so large and diverse that any lessons one might learn from smaller and less diverse countries do not apply here, so why bother with possible lessons from anywhere else?

Finally, conservative policymakers and providers imagine that a universal health care system would mean low salaries, rundown facilities, poor quality, and endless waits to see a doctor, as with the British National Health Service (NHS). In US policy debates, the NHS serves as a dreary image of everything we want to avoid and might get if we actually developed a universal system that was equitable and efficient. US journalists almost never describe its remarkable achievements or its innovative and instructive reforms. One wonders, then, why any sensible reader should waste time on an article about the NHS.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43235 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
Is heritage that right wing think tank funded heavily by Charles and David Koch? The oil billionaires that was trying to buy the election for etch a sketch? You a frigging moron and of course the happy Obama beat em
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When President Obama had his routine physical last year, he enjoyed the freedom to consult with his doctors, weigh the pros and cons of PSA testing, and decide for himself what was in his best medical interest.

But under ObamaCare, the President will not allow you that same freedom.

Instead, the federal government will decide for you.

Is that fair?

Is President Obama’s prostate gland more important than yours?

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You a frigging moron and of course the happy Obama beat em
bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43236 Nov 21, 2012
I'm sure the racial hating warrior tea bag really believes Charles and David Koch of Koch industries really invested all that money against president Obama only to be secretly preying for a Obama victory, huh warrior tea bag? It is no secret the heritage foundation funded started and heavily funded by the Koch brothers. The heritage foundation will say any thing in a study that promotes the wishes of deep pockets of David and Charles. President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies. How do you think they feel about that? Heritage think tank feels the same
Dr Proctor

West Mifflin, PA

#43237 Nov 21, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
<quoted text>
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When President Obama had his routine physical last year, he enjoyed the freedom to consult with his doctors, weigh the pros and cons of PSA testing, and decide for himself what was in his best medical interest.
But under ObamaCare, the President will not allow you that same freedom.
Instead, the federal government will decide for you.
Is that fair?
Is President Obama’s prostate gland more important than yours?
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You a frigging moron and of course the happy Obama beat em
Another lie.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43238 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
Is heritage that right wing think tank funded heavily by Charles and David Koch? The oil billionaires that was trying to buy the election for etch a sketch? You a frigging moron and of course the happy Obama beat em
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The test has been routinely used as a screen for prostate cancer starting in middle age since the 1990s.

The precise level of PSA in the blood or patterns of PSA change deemed suspicious vary somewhat from practice to practice.

About 16% of men will receive a prostate cancer diagnosis in their lifetimes, and 2.8% will die of it, according to the National Cancer Institute.

Seventy percent of prostate cancer deaths occur in men over age 75.

The task force recommendations say nothing about using the PSA test as a way to track a cancer once it has been diagnosed, Moyer said.

Nor do they involve any consideration of costs.

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Is heritage that right wing think tank funded heavily by Charles and David Koch
Dr Proctor

West Mifflin, PA

#43239 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
I'm sure the racial hating warrior tea bag really believes Charles and David Koch of Koch industries really invested all that money against president Obama only to be secretly preying for a Obama victory, huh warrior tea bag? It is no secret the heritage foundation funded started and heavily funded by the Koch brothers. The heritage foundation will say any thing in a study that promotes the wishes of deep pockets of David and Charles. President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies. How do you think they feel about that? Heritage think tank feels the same
AS soon as Obama gets more of the Koch's tax money with a stroke of a pen he will be smilling...LOL! Close those loopholes..
yeahhhhhh babyyyyyyy!
yoo hoo

Erie, PA

#43240 Nov 21, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
Wow...your delusional...what other nonsense did you hear ?
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the steady hand of Barack Obama
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Obama's Real Unemployment Rate Is 14.7%, And A Recession's On The Way
http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2012...
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and some tough but necessary bailouts...
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“I said I believe in American workers, I believe in this American industry, and now the American auto industry has come roaring back,”
Obama bragged on the campaign trail.
Here’s the inconvenient story they won’t tell you:
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The claims that GM paid back its taxpayer-funded loans “in full”— a story peddled in campaign ads narrated by Hollywood actor Tom Hanks — were debunked by the Treasury Department’s TARP watchdog this summer.
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GM still owes nearly $30 billion of the $50 billion it received, and its lending arm still owes nearly $15 billion of the more than $17 billion it received.
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Bailout watchdog Mark Modica of the National Legal and Policy Center adds:
“In addition to U.S. taxpayers anteing up, Canada put in over $10 billion, and GM was relieved of about $28 billion of bondholder obligations as UAW claims were protected.
That’s an improvement of almost $90 billion to the balance sheet, and the company still lags the competition.”
While the Obama administration wraps the auto bailout in red, white, and blue, it’s foreign workers and overseas plants that are reaping redistributive rewards.
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GM has increased its manufacturing capacity in China by an estimated 55 percent after the bailout, according to industry watchers.
GM’s Dan Akerson crowed at the Beijing auto show earlier this year:
“One of our aims is to help grow a new generation of automotive engineers, designers, and leaders right here in China.”
The U.S. auto giant’s ventures with the Communist regime include Shanghai OnStar Telematics Co., Ltd.;
GM China Advanced Technical Center; FAW-GM Light Duty Commercial Vehicle Co., Ltd., in Harbin,
Heilongjiang; FAW-GM’s Changchun plant in Changchun, Jilin; FAW-GM Hongta Yunnan Automobile Manufacturing Co., Ltd., in Qujing,
Yunnan; and Shanghai Chengxin Used Car Operation and Management Co., Ltd.
http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/315901...
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Ahhhhh Sooooooo stupid pha-king Gringo
They should invent a posting school so you could go. Your posts give me Autism.
bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43241 Nov 21, 2012
How much money you think Koch industries bet against president Obama with citizens united? They stood to rake in billions of dollars in a major way with a etch a sketch as president, huh racial hating warrior tea bag? You betcha your living off big government ass. They donate as much secret money as they could of ever dreamed of prior to citizens united supreme court case. The flipper promised that pipe line from Canada, but your pea brain must have forgotten.They failed big time
Mutt 2016 LOL

West Mifflin, PA

#43242 Nov 21, 2012
Dan Senor, Mitt Romney Adviser, Blasts Republicans For Deserting Candidate After Loss:


Dan Senor, a top adviser to former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, on Wednesday accused Republicans within the former presidential candidate's inner circle of being fair weather fans, all too eager to throw Romney under the bus only days after his defeat.

Speaking on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Senor called the trend "stunning," before taking aim at unnamed Republican officials who he said sought to cozy up to Romney when they believed he was on his way to a victory over President Barack Obama.

LQQK HERE:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/21/dan-...

GEE! Dan Senor ever think this guy was all hot air and cold ideas? LMAO!

And after the election they eat their young LOL!
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43243 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
I'm sure the racial hating warrior tea bag really believes Charles and David Koch of Koch industries really invested all that money against president Obama only to be secretly preying for a Obama victory, huh warrior tea bag? It is no secret the heritage foundation funded started and heavily funded by the Koch brothers. The heritage foundation will say any thing in a study that promotes the wishes of deep pockets of David and Charles. President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies. How do you think they feel about that? Heritage think tank feels the same
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President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies. How do you think they feel about that?

//////////

The White House denied it had obtained secret information about Koch's taxes, and told Politico's Ben Smith that its information came from Koch's own Web site as well as from the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board's report on tax reform.

The White House is right about the availability of information, but that doesn't excuse what went down Aug. 27.

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Three disturbing things stand out from that briefing.

First, it smacks of the smear tactics taught by community organizer and Barack Obama mentor Saul Alinsky.

By singling out Koch, the White House appears to be making the company victim No. 1 of the "pick a target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it" method that Alinsky used to silence an opponent.

Obama has practiced this before, with administration attacks on Fox News, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. So it's not surprising his administration is going after the Koch brothers.

As they were taking direct fire from the White House, the Koches were subjects of poorly sourced and innuendo-filled articles in pro-Obama publications such as the New Yorker and the New York Times, all making the brothers the new bogeymen.

This wouldn't be so noteworthy if it weren't for the fact that these same outlets had participants on a secretive listserv called JournoList, whose members have been caught conspiring to manipulate political "narratives" and which had connections to the White House. JournoList is now supposedly defunct, but the White House reply to Koch came to Politico's Smith, who was known to be a list member.

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.

Second, even if all the information gathered about Koch was public, the White House is still signaling it will try to dig up dirt on any company or individual it sees as an adversary.

Obama supporters showed they're capable of such vindictiveness in 2008, when some conducted illegal record searches on Joe Wurzelbacher, the plumber who asked embarrassing questions of Obama on the campaign trail.

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.

Third, there was a sly semantic trick in implying that the company, which has registered several of its entities as "S" corporations, LLCs and LPs - all of which are perfectly legal and legitimate ways of doing business - was somehow evading taxes.

Though the White House official decried that Koch didn't pay corporate taxes, that doesn't mean it paid no taxes.

The private company does indeed pay taxes - through personal returns and alternative means rather than the corporate code.

The White House, in its reply to the Koch lawyer, asked that people read the August 2010 report on Tax Reform Options.

The report (which never mentions Koch Industries) suggests that the U.S. corporate tax code is so unworkable and inefficient that a company would be stupid to register under the corporate code when other tax regimes, such as those Koch has chosen, are available.

For a White House so keen on searching the Koch Web site, it's interesting that its operatives don't seem to have read that report.

Instead, they seem obsessed with silencing the political activities of a company simply exercising its rights of free speech.

//////////

President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43244 Nov 21, 2012
Dr Proctor wrote:
<quoted text>AS soon as Obama gets more of the Koch's tax money with a stroke of a pen he will be smilling...LOL! Close those loopholes..
yeahhhhhh babyyyyyyy!
//////////

President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies.

How do you think they feel about that?

//////////

The White House denied it had obtained secret information about Koch's taxes, and told Politico's Ben Smith that its information came from Koch's own Web site as well as from the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board's report on tax reform.

The White House is right about the availability of information, but that doesn't excuse what went down Aug. 27.

.
.

Three disturbing things stand out from that briefing.

First, it smacks of the smear tactics taught by community organizer and Barack Obama mentor Saul Alinsky.

By singling out Koch, the White House appears to be making the company victim No. 1 of the "pick a target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it" method that Alinsky used to silence an opponent.

Obama has practiced this before, with administration attacks on Fox News, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. So it's not surprising his administration is going after the Koch brothers.

As they were taking direct fire from the White House, the Koches were subjects of poorly sourced and innuendo-filled articles in pro-Obama publications such as the New Yorker and the New York Times, all making the brothers the new bogeymen.

This wouldn't be so noteworthy if it weren't for the fact that these same outlets had participants on a secretive listserv called JournoList, whose members have been caught conspiring to manipulate political "narratives" and which had connections to the White House. JournoList is now supposedly defunct, but the White House reply to Koch came to Politico's Smith, who was known to be a list member.

.
.
.

Second, even if all the information gathered about Koch was public, the White House is still signaling it will try to dig up dirt on any company or individual it sees as an adversary.

Obama supporters showed they're capable of such vindictiveness in 2008, when some conducted illegal record searches on Joe Wurzelbacher, the plumber who asked embarrassing questions of Obama on the campaign trail.

.
.
.

Third, there was a sly semantic trick in implying that the company, which has registered several of its entities as "S" corporations, LLCs and LPs - all of which are perfectly legal and legitimate ways of doing business - was somehow evading taxes.

Though the White House official decried that Koch didn't pay corporate taxes, that doesn't mean it paid no taxes.

The private company does indeed pay taxes - through personal returns and alternative means rather than the corporate code.

The White House, in its reply to the Koch lawyer, asked that people read the August 2010 report on Tax Reform Options.

The report (which never mentions Koch Industries) suggests that the U.S. corporate tax code is so unworkable and inefficient that a company would be stupid to register under the corporate code when other tax regimes, such as those Koch has chosen, are available.

For a White House so keen on searching the Koch Web site, it's interesting that its operatives don't seem to have read that report.

Instead, they seem obsessed with silencing the political activities of a company simply exercising its rights of free speech.

//////////

President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies.
yoo hoo

Erie, PA

#43245 Nov 21, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
<quoted text>
//////////
President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies. How do you think they feel about that?
//////////
The White House denied it had obtained secret information about Koch's taxes, and told Politico's Ben Smith that its information came from Koch's own Web site as well as from the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board's report on tax reform.
The White House is right about the availability of information, but that doesn't excuse what went down Aug. 27.
.
.
Three disturbing things stand out from that briefing.
First, it smacks of the smear tactics taught by community organizer and Barack Obama mentor Saul Alinsky.
By singling out Koch, the White House appears to be making the company victim No. 1 of the "pick a target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it" method that Alinsky used to silence an opponent.
Obama has practiced this before, with administration attacks on Fox News, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. So it's not surprising his administration is going after the Koch brothers.
As they were taking direct fire from the White House, the Koches were subjects of poorly sourced and innuendo-filled articles in pro-Obama publications such as the New Yorker and the New York Times, all making the brothers the new bogeymen.
This wouldn't be so noteworthy if it weren't for the fact that these same outlets had participants on a secretive listserv called JournoList, whose members have been caught conspiring to manipulate political "narratives" and which had connections to the White House. JournoList is now supposedly defunct, but the White House reply to Koch came to Politico's Smith, who was known to be a list member.
.
.
.
Second, even if all the information gathered about Koch was public, the White House is still signaling it will try to dig up dirt on any company or individual it sees as an adversary.
Obama supporters showed they're capable of such vindictiveness in 2008, when some conducted illegal record searches on Joe Wurzelbacher, the plumber who asked embarrassing questions of Obama on the campaign trail.
.
.
.
Third, there was a sly semantic trick in implying that the company, which has registered several of its entities as "S" corporations, LLCs and LPs - all of which are perfectly legal and legitimate ways of doing business - was somehow evading taxes.
Though the White House official decried that Koch didn't pay corporate taxes, that doesn't mean it paid no taxes.
The private company does indeed pay taxes - through personal returns and alternative means rather than the corporate code.
The White House, in its reply to the Koch lawyer, asked that people read the August 2010 report on Tax Reform Options.
The report (which never mentions Koch Industries) suggests that the U.S. corporate tax code is so unworkable and inefficient that a company would be stupid to register under the corporate code when other tax regimes, such as those Koch has chosen, are available.
For a White House so keen on searching the Koch Web site, it's interesting that its operatives don't seem to have read that report.
Instead, they seem obsessed with silencing the political activities of a company simply exercising its rights of free speech.
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President Obama wants to end there special tax breaks and big oil subsidies.
Feeling...dizzy...must...fight ...it...

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