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At the Fiscal Cliff I Cry "Jump, Jump, Jump!"

bottomsup Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 10:20 PM
Folks, we've all heard it said by many of the card-carrying members of the Republican Party here that Ronald Wilson Reagan created conditions that led to decades of growth. Now, here's a question to all my Republican friends. Couldn't the eight year George W. Bush 'Reign of Error' have left this country in such a state that economic conditions will be poor for quite some time?
Vieteravet Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:38 PM
To last 2 years of his presidency, both the house and senate were run by democrats. In 2006, he asked the senate and house to reign in fanny and freddie, what did Barney Frank say, "Roll the dice and see what happens!" We saw, the housing market crashed! Yeah Bush gets the blame, because people only repeat talking points without research. Three years from now Obama will still be blaming Bush when the unemployment rate is still 7.8%.

The most expensive tax in the history of the world has been proposed by the Obama administration and to hear them tell the story, you’d think the rest of us should be grateful.

“We want to create a global minimum tax,” said vice president Joe Biden, “because American taxpayers shouldn’t be providing a larger subsidy for investing abroad than investing at home.”

A global minimum tax is a tax on all profits made by nominally US companies that operate overseas. They operate overseas for various reasons, but one big reason is because corporate taxes are higher in...