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Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#1 Oct 27, 2012
Romney’s skill in managing large bureaucracies — he made millions acquiring and turning around major companies — may come in handy. Those involved in the transition said they weren’t surprised that Romney already has set up a corporation-like structure.

Of course he is and if elected, corporations will make Billions.

Courtesy of the U.S. broke taxpayer.

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#3 Oct 27, 2012
And, corporations should get billions if they earn them. That is where jobs are created. And the income tax revenues from the job holders will fill the national coffers along with the corporate taxes on the billions earned by the corporations. It is called capitalism. That is why China is kicking our butts on the world market. Their leaders understand business while our leaderless government today is built around Chicago style politics and comedy show shuck and jive.
Outta Luck

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#5 Oct 27, 2012
Yes yes, all praise the new king. Wilfred Mittens Romney. Everything will be so much better with Romney. The air will be cleaner, water clearer, 2 jobs for every American, and 3 for every illegal immigrant.
The sun will rise earlier and stay up longer.
All hail the new King.
Another

Santa Fe, NM

#6 Oct 27, 2012
seedtick wrote:
. It is called capitalism. That is why China is kicking our butts on the world market.
traitor who thinks we should emulate the slave state and ecological disaster of china.
Another

Santa Fe, NM

#7 Oct 27, 2012
seedtick wrote:
shuck and jive.
racist reference
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#8 Oct 27, 2012
seedtick wrote:
And, corporations should get billions if they earn them. That is where jobs are created. And the income tax revenues from the job holders will fill the national coffers along with the corporate taxes on the billions earned by the corporations. It is called capitalism. That is why China is kicking our butts on the world market. Their leaders understand business while our leaderless government today is built around Chicago style politics and comedy show shuck and jive.
Republicans have been making that claim for over 30 years,regardless of how many times they repeat it,
Reaganomics is not "capitalism".

Capitalism happens on main street, not Wall Street or walmart.
China is kicking everyone's butts because they are flooding the world market with their cheap crap like walmart has done in cities and towns all across the U.S.

Teabaggers think "capitalism" is their next tax break or incentive just for being in existence.

Building a strong middle class where people can afford to buy American goods and services they produce will do more to fill government coffers than the failed trickle down theory of Reaganomics ever could.
Proud Liberal

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Oct 27, 2012
We liberals must not allow America to return to it's founding principles by electing Romney! If prosperity returns through Romney, all of Obama's hard work to make America a fair and equal nation will be in vane!

Obama must be allowed to finish his work of cutting America down to size! The ends justify the means. The suffering of countless millions is justified! Go OBAMA!

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#10 Oct 28, 2012
Another wrote:
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traitor who thinks we should emulate the slave state and ecological disaster of china.
Yeah...well the best part of you ran down the drain in the delivery room floor.

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#11 Oct 28, 2012
Another wrote:
<quoted text>
racist reference
OK...let's call it "juke and jive." You probably don't even know what it means.

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#12 Oct 28, 2012
Wall Street Government wrote:
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Republicans have been making that claim for over 30 years,regardless of how many times they repeat it,
Reaganomics is not "capitalism".
Capitalism happens on main street, not Wall Street or walmart.
China is kicking everyone's butts because they are flooding the world market with their cheap crap like walmart has done in cities and towns all across the U.S.
Teabaggers think "capitalism" is their next tax break or incentive just for being in existence.
Building a strong middle class where people can afford to buy American goods and services they produce will do more to fill government coffers than the failed trickle down theory of Reaganomics ever could.
I did not mention Reaganomics. And, I damned sure am not a Republican...I'm a lifelong Democrat. But, I cannot abide the liberal progressive racist in the White House today. His trickle down government crap has put us $6-trillion deeper in debt, much of it to China. And the middle-class, which includes me, are hurting a lot more than we were four years ago. And, BHO is a bigger friend to Wall Street than anyone else.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#13 Oct 29, 2012
seedtick wrote:
And, corporations should get billions if they earn them. That is where jobs are created. And the income tax revenues from the job holders will fill the national coffers along with the corporate taxes on the billions earned by the corporations. It is called capitalism. That is why China is kicking our butts on the world market. Their leaders understand business while our leaderless government today is built around Chicago style politics and comedy show shuck and jive.
Didn't have to.

"corporations should get billions if they earn them. That is where jobs are created".

Demand creates jobs, not tax cuts or tax payer induced give-aways.

"china is kicking our butt on the world market".

"Free" trade," free" market Reaganomic crap is why we are where were at.

Because just because republicans call it "free" doesn't make it so.

Congress resoundingly approved long-stalled trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama late Wednesday, authorizing the most significant expansion of trade relations in nearly two decades.

To soften the blow of increased imports, Congress also renewed the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program, which provides job retraining and temporary income support to workers who lose their jobs as a result of free-trade pacts — the final piece of a bipartisan agreement that cleared the way for ratification of the agreements after a nearly four-year wait.

"job retraining and temporary income support to workers who lose their jobs as a result of free-trade pacts".

If all this "free" trade creates jobs, why do we need this additional taxpayer funded bill?

No, you didn't have mention "Reaganomics" at all.

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#14 Oct 30, 2012
Wall Street Government wrote:
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Didn't have to.
"corporations should get billions if they earn them. That is where jobs are created".
Demand creates jobs, not tax cuts or tax payer induced give-aways.
"china is kicking our butt on the world market".
"Free" trade," free" market Reaganomic crap is why we are where were at.
Because just because republicans call it "free" doesn't make it so.
Congress resoundingly approved long-stalled trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama late Wednesday, authorizing the most significant expansion of trade relations in nearly two decades.
To soften the blow of increased imports, Congress also renewed the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program, which provides job retraining and temporary income support to workers who lose their jobs as a result of free-trade pacts — the final piece of a bipartisan agreement that cleared the way for ratification of the agreements after a nearly four-year wait.
"job retraining and temporary income support to workers who lose their jobs as a result of free-trade pacts".
If all this "free" trade creates jobs, why do we need this additional taxpayer funded bill?
No, you didn't have mention "Reaganomics" at all.
Well, I know that it hurts you to hear the truth. But, the government cannot buy us out of this...they only create more and more debt to be paid back by someone..and that is why Barack Husssein Obama wants to raise taxes. He lies when he says the middle class will not see their taxes increase..and I mean lies thru his teeth. The business environment must be improved, not impeded like BHO wants. Government cannot pick the winners and losers in business...that is not free enterprise. We all made money in the Clinton years...but, at what cost? There was a huge bubble built on what turned out to be gimme programs for those who could not afford to pay the bill they owed.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#15 Oct 30, 2012
seedtick wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, I know that it hurts you to hear the truth. But, the government cannot buy us out of this...they only create more and more debt to be paid back by someone..and that is why Barack Husssein Obama wants to raise taxes. He lies when he says the middle class will not see their taxes increase..and I mean lies thru his teeth. The business environment must be improved, not impeded like BHO wants. Government cannot pick the winners and losers in business...that is not free enterprise. We all made money in the Clinton years...but, at what cost? There was a huge bubble built on what turned out to be gimme programs for those who could not afford to pay the bill they owed.
Republicans and now teabaggers have picked "winners" and "losers" since 1980.

When Reagan chose corporations over middle class working Americans.

No, it is not "free" enterprise when U.S.tax breaks and incentives go to corporations sending thier operations and U.S. Jobs overseas.

Those "gimme" welfare programs help Americans, who in turn help LOCAL businesses.

I would rather my tax dollars go to Americans that need help, rather than corporations who take that same money and make a foreigner money.

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