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Mitt's Tax Cut Mulligan

mr_sparky Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 8:40 AM
As i told my friend yesterday, i will not vote ever for Pres. Obama but i might skip voting for M.Romney. We are way overtaxed, does not Romney understand this?
comsense08 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 9:43 AM
Yes!!! Very well if you would listen! But you just cannot go up there and shut it down. You still have to fund the government that exists, while you dismantle it, piece by piece. We cannot go NO-TAX overngiht, that's unrealistic and will only set him up to fail. Good place to start " I will NOT authorize any new tax while I get this under control". Leave things as they are, study the waste and duplication in Washington, clean it out and I'm willing to find, they will find adequate income that they can then start cutting the taxes. That will never happen with obama. You must vote unless you want the nation gone.
Jim4440 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 8:52 AM
Hey Sparky, please reconsider voting. A non-vote is simply just another vote for odumba, and as you well know, we certainly can't stand four more years of Marxism and Communism. Lets all get out the vote for Mitt Romney! Thanks.
comsense08 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 9:46 AM
you don't have to love everyting about him. There is no perfect candidate. But ask youself this question. Do you think Romeny will surround himself with un-repentant terrorists, tax cheats and law breakers? I'm pretty certain he won't. It goes against his character, and that's what you need to look at. We now know mr. obama's character and we find it seriously wanting. There is no way Mr. Romney's character could be lower than obamas.
For some unknown reason, Mitt Romney dialed back his tax-cut plan yesterday, the same day new reports showed incomes are dropping.

Last month, median household income fell by about $500, and since Obama became president, income is down over $4,500. But under Mitt Romney’s 20 percent tax-cut plan, if he truly believes it and follows through with it, a married couple making $70,000 a year would save over $2,000. And take-home pay for a middle-class married couple earning about $140,000 -- with their tax rate dropping to 20 percent from 25 percent -- would increase by over $7,100. Obama has no...
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