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How do the Democrats plan to create Jobs private sector jobs Democrats support tax breaks/cuts for small business but what about big businesses like IBM Apple or Microsoft they create jobs too not just overseas here in the United States of America too thank you it just seems that the Democrats only want to help small business create Jobs or am I wrong do the Democrats believe that big businesses do not need tax breaks to create Jobs the Economy was good in the 1990's under President Bill Clinton my question is how did Microsoft create Jobs without a tax break President Clinton raised taxes in 1993 on large Corporations and cut taxes for small businesses ?

http://www.democrats.org/issues/economy_and_job_creation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omnibus_Budget_Reconciliation_Act_of_1993

http://www.perkel.com/politics/clinton/accomp.htm

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After all that, I only have one question. Is the period and comma button on your keyboard broken?

ah2
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