Q: How do you address the "Raising taxes on Corporations/Top 2% will only raise costs on the middle class" position?
This is a bit of a logic trap for me... I understand how things were prior to 1980, and I know "fair taxation" is the key to a successful society. However it has been tricky for me to tackle this position.
Any input is appreciated.
Whenever another natural disaster occurs, including earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, and tornadoes, the below "Hidden Word" from the sacred texts of my faith occurs to me: NOTE: This is God speaking to us humans ---
“O YE THAT ARE LYING AS DEAD ON THE COUCH OF HEEDLESSNESS!
Was the whole thing orchestrated by WI's Paul Ryan to take away from his appearance of shamelessness and stupidity?!
A: It depends. How much money you got?
nuf said peasant, surfs, bums, "little people"
Let the contempt for the commons continue! Negative externalities for Everyone!
Thank you for contacting me regarding the Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 budget. It is a privilege to serve as your Representative in Congress. I welcome your thoughts on this critical issue. As you know, the national debt of the United States has already surpassed $14 trillion, which is equal to $125,000 for every taxpayer. The
i think tom hit it on the button
The GOP "SPENDING CUTS" Plan begs the question: how will government function without acquiring sufficient tax revenue? On June 30, 2010, Grover G. Norquist, the president of Americans for Tax Reform, testified before the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. He outlined reasons why overspending is the cause of the present debt crisis - not tax cuts; and how spending cut could foster economic growth. Norquist insists that tax rates should never be raised; and he claims that "SPENDING CUTS" in all government functions will balance the tax cuts. Mr.