House to Vote Thursday on Tax Cuts Ex...

House to Vote Thursday on Tax Cuts Excluding High Income Earners

There are 4 comments on the www.foxnews.com story from Dec 1, 2010, titled House to Vote Thursday on Tax Cuts Excluding High Income Earners. In it, www.foxnews.com reports that:

The House will debate and vote Thursday on a bill to renew tax cuts for those earning under $250,000 and for families receiving the earned income tax credit, but the legislation puts Republicans in the position of having to vote against it in order to include high-income earners in an alternative bill.

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Eleanor

Vernon Hills, IL

#1 Dec 1, 2010
Never thought I'd be happy to be EXCLUDED from the list of 'high income earners'... <LOL>
morons united

Manila, Philippines

#2 Dec 1, 2010
Eleanor wrote:
Never thought I'd be happy to be EXCLUDED from the list of 'high income earners'... <LOL>
You will still be taxed more than you can afford so they can waste your tax money on things like welfare, tax refunds for the poor welfares for the illegals to mention a few. LOL!

Since: Aug 10

Decatur, GA

#5 Dec 2, 2010
Every damn thing they have on this list affects the working people of America. It certainly doesn't affect the politicians creating these policies.

It makes me so mad that these are the very people who spent years putting us in the financial mess we're in. WE didn't ask them to spend trillions in Iraq and Afghanistan. WE didn't create the situations that have put us so far in debt, yet they demand that WE fix the problems.

They couldn't come up with one single idea that could save money other than things that involve the working middle class. The wealthy, including ALL politicians) don't have to worry about Medicare. They have 'Cadillac' healthcare policies paid for by the taxpayer. They don't have worry about retirement. They're already godawful rich AND they have special retirement plans that make Social Security for the rest of us look like pocket change.

Don't you see, people. It's all about THEM and how they protect themselves. To hell with the rest of us. Get sick. Drop dead. Work until you're 110. As long as THEIR lives are well-funded and protected there is absolutey no reason to protect anyone else.
Eleanor

Vernon Hills, IL

#6 Dec 2, 2010
morons united wrote:
<quoted text> You will still be taxed more than you can afford so they can waste your tax money on things like welfare, tax refunds for the poor welfares for the illegals to mention a few. LOL!
<LOL> In reference to your statement, "being taxed more than you can afford" ... there comes to mind a joke about a new "SHORT FORM".

The short form asks,

1) HOW MUCH MONEY DID YOU MAKE THIS YEAR??
2) SEND IT TO US ..

At least we aren't that far gone, YET!

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