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Since: Oct 08

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#50 Jan 26, 2013
The only way to return to any level of prosperity we need to get back to growth and opportunity. The only way we do that is return to personal accountability We cannot tax our way back because those they tax are those who actually take accountability. The policy of the Left eliminates opportunity.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#51 Jan 26, 2013
WOW !?? Blather, from a guy who can't spell and doesn't care about the details ?? STFU, COWARD ~!
Lawton

Minneapolis, MN

#52 Jan 26, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
WOW !?? Blather, from a guy who can't spell and doesn't care about the details ?? STFU, COWARD ~!
Dishonesty, the libertard "way"... LMAOROTFU~! Support from a dishonest POS, sure ...why not ! LMAOROTFU~!
Amused Slew

Minneapolis, MN

#53 Jan 26, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
WOW !?? Blather, from a guy who can't spell and doesn't care about the details ?? STFU, COWARD ~!
Everyone! Everyone! You need to excuse my gay husband from Seattle for his behavior this morning. He needs to have his meds adjusted agagin and is a bit out of sorts this morning. Thus, the rude behavior.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#54 Jan 26, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
The only way to return to any level of prosperity we need to get back to growth and opportunity. The only way we do that is return to personal accountability We cannot tax our way back because those they tax are those who actually take accountability. The policy of the Left eliminates opportunity.
Don't need personal accountability when the low accountability crowd can just vote themselves "free stuff". The Dems know their policies are creating a permanent "under class" if you will, but they are too busy using that group as a power base to care.
Amused Slew

Minneapolis, MN

#55 Jan 26, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>Don't need personal accountability when the low accountability crowd can just vote themselves "free stuff". The Dems know their policies are creating a permanent "under class" if you will, but they are too busy using that group as a power base to care.
As long as 50.1% of the voting base is dependent upon their government cheese each month to survive, the Democrats will always be in power. That is why the Democrats don't want a full economic recovery. It's all about the power.
Lawton

Minneapolis, MN

#56 Jan 26, 2013
Maybe at some point the underclass living on the Liberal plantation will figure out life off the plantation is much better.

Even the ignorant will figure out all them workers are driving by in nice cars wearing nice clothes living in nice houses owning toys to enjoy life with.

I see them plantaion dwellers every day sitting on a bus stop bench, oh ya in a shelter, at -10. Freezing their areses off waiting for a Government plantation bus. Then on the dirty bus full of losers being mugged and bugged by lowlife.

Life sucks living on the Government plantation, it really sucks!
Miss Piggy

Minneapolis, MN

#57 Jan 26, 2013
I wonder how the Lawyers Lobby, who helped put Google-Eyes in office, feels about his plan to tax attorney services. As if they aren't high enough already. And, the auto mechanic? Damn!
Lawton

Minneapolis, MN

#58 Jan 26, 2013
Miss Piggy wrote:
I wonder how the Lawyers Lobby, who helped put Google-Eyes in office, feels about his plan to tax attorney services. As if they aren't high enough already. And, the auto mechanic? Damn!
Lawyers won't be bothered. Taxes are above their fees. They just add on the taxes to the bill. The customers get hit with the bill.

Some call it a pass thorugh, their cost goes up so does the customers. It's like property tax increases on an apartment, the slum lords just raise the rent.
Amused Slew

Minneapolis, MN

#59 Jan 26, 2013
Miss Piggy wrote:
I wonder how the Lawyers Lobby, who helped put Google-Eyes in office, feels about his plan to tax attorney services. As if they aren't high enough already. And, the auto mechanic? Damn!
The grey and black markets will flourish even more than they do today. Thanks Gov Macy.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#60 Jan 26, 2013
Miss Piggy wrote:
I wonder how the Lawyers Lobby, who helped put Google-Eyes in office, feels about his plan to tax attorney services. As if they aren't high enough already. And, the auto mechanic? Damn!
How about the people that will have extra money tacked on to real estate fees at closing? The buyer and seller will start paying taxes on realtor fees, closing fees, etc. The cost of buying a home already went up due to the tax on residence sales in Obamacare. Kiss that housing recovery good bye.
Miss Piggy

Minneapolis, MN

#61 Jan 26, 2013
Lawton wrote:
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Lawyers won't be bothered. Taxes are above their fees. They just add on the taxes to the bill. The customers get hit with the bill.
Some call it a pass thorugh, their cost goes up so does the customers. It's like property tax increases on an apartment, the slum lords just raise the rent.
Believe me, I know how taxes work. On the bright side, maybe fewer frivolous law suits will be filed if the atty. fees are taxed.
And, I have been a landlord for decades. My property taxes go up EVERY year, but if I have good tenants I don't raise their rent. It costs a lot to re-rent a property!
Lawton

Minneapolis, MN

#62 Jan 27, 2013
Miss Piggy wrote:
<quoted text>Believe me, I know how taxes work. On the bright side, maybe fewer frivolous law suits will be filed if the atty. fees are taxed.
And, I have been a landlord for decades. My property taxes go up EVERY year, but if I have good tenants I don't raise their rent. It costs a lot to re-rent a property!
I hear ya, guess ya don't know the value of a good renter until ya get a bad one.

A friend just turned over a townhouse to one of those property management outfits, they take care of it all, so far.

Since: Oct 08

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#63 Jan 28, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>Don't need personal accountability when the low accountability crowd can just vote themselves "free stuff". The Dems know their policies are creating a permanent "under class" if you will, but they are too busy using that group as a power base to care.
This is true, but one group of people, Latinos, should be ready made conservatives but we failed to establish an immigration program that allowed the scare tactics of the left to solidfy their postion and the message of growth and prosperity never made it through. Conservatives will never convince the majority of several other minorities because of cultural and generational issues and a mass media that has always opposed Conservative values. We need to take our message of growth and prosperity, directly to the Latino community. We need to no longer ignore the 11 million illegal entrants and find away to get them citizenship. They are an industrious group, most conservative catholics, who would find more values on the right than on the left. Teh first step, Immigration reform. The Second, take the message directly to them, via internet, via town meetings, via twitter, in otherwords by pass the biased mass media and take the message directly to them. IMHO part of the answer to Hard left Liberal President we have.
Amused Slew

Seattle, WA

#64 Jan 28, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
<quoted text>This is true, but one group of people, Latinos, should be ready made conservatives but we failed to establish an immigration program that allowed the scare tactics of the left to solidfy their postion and the message of growth and prosperity never made it through. Conservatives will never convince the majority of several other minorities because of cultural and generational issues and a mass media that has always opposed Conservative values. We need to take our message of growth and prosperity, directly to the Latino community. We need to no longer ignore the 11 million illegal entrants and find away to get them citizenship. They are an industrious group, most conservative catholics, who would find more values on the right than on the left. Teh first step, Immigration reform. The Second, take the message directly to them, via internet, via town meetings, via twitter, in otherwords by pass the biased mass media and take the message directly to them. IMHO part of the answer to Hard left Liberal President we have.
Niether solidfy postion catholics Teh otherwords...

Nice work, ignore "details" like adult spelling, but pretend you're an authority.

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