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Charges of hypocrisy will fall on deaf ears; the left isn't bothered by it the same way we are. As for MSNBC hiring men with manners, you mean conservative men? That's make for an interesting on-air dynamic.
Charges of hypocrisy will fall on deaf ears; the left isn't bothered by it the same way we are. As for MSNBC hiring men with manners, you mean conservative men? That's make for an interesting on-air dynamic.
Charges of hypocrisy will fall on deaf ears; the left isn't bothered by it the same way we are. As for MSNBC hiring men with manners, you mean conservative men? That's make for an interesting on-air dynamic.
Charges of hypocrisy will fall on deaf ears; the left isn't bothered by it the same way we are. As for MSNBC hiring men with manners, you mean conservative men? That's make for an interesting on-air dynamic.
Charges of hypocrisy will fall on deaf ears; the left isn't bothered by it the same way we are. As for MSNBC hiring men with manners, you mean conservative men? That's make for an interesting on-air dynamic.
Or do the Obama Youth just think they are?
Are promiscuous young women really too stupid to figure out that buying their own birth control pills is cheaper than buying Obamacare? By a lot? A whole lot?
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Reform The Tax Code

EdFix Wrote: Jun 06, 2013 10:36 PM
The flat tax has a fatal flaw--politicians. The income tax started out flat, but ballooned to over 50 brackets at one point. After Reagan flattened it into two (or three) brackets, it has bounced back to 6 or 7, depending on how you count them. Politicians WILL NOT let a flat income tax stay flat. They can't. The fair tax has an unbeatable advantage over any income tax. That's in addition to openness, fairness, and simplicity. Under a consumption tax, the government has no business knowing how much money I make, how much I spend and on what, who much I save, and in what kind of accounts, or how much I inherit or receive or give as a gift. None of that. The Fair Tax gets the government out of our personal finances entirely.
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The AP's Complicated Word-Association Test

EdFix Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 8:51 AM
I can embrace the concept that "illegal" shouldn't be an adjective applied to people. How about we call them the "illegally immigrated (persons)"? There, fixed it.
The problem with flat income taxes is politicians can't be trusted to leave them flat. As long as there are politicians, a flat income tax will remain untenable. With the Fair Tax, it's none of the government's business how much you make, how much you have, how you got your money (as long as it's legal), what kind of savings or investments you have--the government has no need or right to know any of that.
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