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Disillusioned

Charlottesville, VA

#44 Oct 5, 2012
heh wrote:
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It depends.
I'm for tort reform, for example, a Republican agenda.
Good to know. Glad we can agree on something!:)
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#45 Oct 5, 2012
Disillusioned wrote:
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It is a legal deduction to his church. If you want to report fraud to the IRS, go for it. Otherwise, it's none of your business.
It's legal and it's NOT fraud, and neither is his 14% tax rate and hiding his wealth in the Caymans.

All legal, brought to you by a purchased congress.

It is my business, because he is NOT giving to charity and somebody has to make up for HIS tax relief for his cult tithing to Elohim.
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#46 Oct 5, 2012
Disillusioned wrote:
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Good to know. Glad we can agree on something!:)
There's plenty more where that came from, I'm just having difficulty trying to come up with the obvious.
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#48 Oct 5, 2012
Im Ya Huckleberry wrote:
From the story,"The Center for Politics says there will likely be lower expectations for the president heading into his next debate October 16th. That could help his performance in the eyes of voters."
yo, put on a hoodie and come prepared for yo next fight

“Don't Drink The Obama Kool-Aid”

Since: Aug 09

You don't need to know, Va.

#49 Oct 5, 2012
heh wrote:
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yo, put on a hoodie and come prepared for yo next fight
Yo,don't need no hoodie. I ain't afraid of no ghosts.
Jonas pepper

United States

#50 Oct 5, 2012
heh wrote:
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So what? He could have attended PVCC for all I care.
Facts are facts, Romney pays 14% tax rate and that is after his 'deductions' to his cult which plows all that money back into temples and zombie recruitment.
Romney's 14% ends up being about the amount that 3000 to 4000 families pay in total so you point is what?
NoBama

Charlottesville, VA

#51 Oct 11, 2012
heh wrote:
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So what? He could have attended PVCC for all I care.
Facts are facts, Romney pays 14% tax rate and that is after his 'deductions' to his cult which plows all that money back into temples and zombie recruitment.
Well at least his money is going to the same god that most of our laws is founded on, and not to some other religion that does not like the word "god" or "christ". Don't forget what the mighty dollar says "In god we trust", I can not say anything bad about a man believing in christ or giving 10 percent of his income to his place of worship. You say recruiting zombies, well in 2008, a hell of a lot of people were brainwashed. Most did not even study up on the candidates for president, they simply voted to make history or to prove they was not racist, hope they vote to prove they are not idiots this time.
NoBama

Charlottesville, VA

#52 Oct 11, 2012
heh wrote:
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I'm pointing out that " the vast majority of the money Mitt Romney gave away in 2009 and 2010ó80 percent of itówent to the church ".
"He gave virtually nothing to any program that focuses directly on feeding the hungry, housing the homeless or educating the disadvantaged."
The Mormon church distributes less than 1% of its income to charity.
This tax deduction, or so the theory goes, is for charitable contributions. The problem is, this money does not go to charity.
http://www.thenation.com/blog/170105/romneys-... #
http://www.pensitoreview.com/2012/07/10/the-m...
I guess being the governor of Mass. for 4 years free of charge is not a big enough donation to a charity, or should we call it a community service instead.
NoBama

Charlottesville, VA

#53 Oct 11, 2012
The 47 percent remark most likely was not focused on the retired people, or the ones that truley need the help. It was most likely aimed at the ones that choose to lay around the house and not work because they choose not to work and live off of the tax payers instead. Funny how it has become so easy to do so now-a-days, and is only going to get easier under Obama. As he would say, "Spread the wealth"

"Don't spread my wealth, spread my work ethic instead"

Why should I be reliable to pay for another person's house, food, cell phone, bills, and now healthcare. This sucks, maybe I should just give up too. Then I can become one of the 47 percent too, and get that free ride through life.

The middle class familys that can not afford insurance now will not afford obamacare neither, but now we have to pay a fine for working and not being able to afford healthcare. So if you quit trying, you get free obamacare. WOW, makes a lot of sense, kind of like the 4 billion a day more in debt everyday.

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