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More Pain, Less Gain

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 10:26 PM
On the probability that you are "new" here, I'm going to respond to your question that drips with assumptions and supposition. We were right here, saying much the same thing as we are saying today. Want proof? Search out some historical postings from some alumni: amyDB Does Mohammad Shiite in the woods my personal favorite....rebellious monk There are many others (and I mean no offense for other conservative posters whom I have left off this list) that you can search out. Yep, lib, we've been saying the same thing for years, without change. When are YOU going to start thinking with your big head and join those of us trying to avoid ruin?

President Obama and the Democrats have made a cottage industry of peddling "tax hikes for the rich" as the way out of the fiscal crisis precipitated by ObamaCare and other profligate spending.  

But with reports and polling showing that upper income spending has fallen since the beginning of September, the country may have a chance to see that "tax hikes for the rich" are not as costless as the administration and Democrats want Americans to believe.

The "rich" are pulling back in anticipation of tax increases coming down the pike in 2013.  As a result, it looks like they...