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War on Capitalism

Texas Chris Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 11:44 AM
Once you agree to a rate hike at any level you've lost the moral high ground. The best strategy is to whip out the constitution, read it, and then pass a balanced budget based on current tax rates. Then stop all business in the House of Reps until that budget is accepted by the senate, and signed by the president. No deal? Government shutdown. Fiscal cliff? Fine. Debt limit? Fine. No budget, no spending. Period.

As each day goes by in the fiscal cliff debate, President Obama becomes stronger among the masses that view this as a fight between very rich guys against little guys barely making ends meet. Beyond the publicly fighting over tax policy, there is a battle waging in an area that businesses cherish most of all - the bottom line. It's all about greed and the notion of how much money is enough.

There is a growing consensus that profits should max out at some point and anything beyond that point is greed - the kind that hurts Americans.

I don't buy...

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