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One Down, Three to Go: Assessing the Brown/Warren Debate

PetermanHighcock Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:03 AM
And that's the problem. The poor and stupid want redistribution. The wealthy won't have their money touched because they don't pay taxes. Sooooo hmmmmm WHO does that leave to tax?
Leslie96 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 9:29 AM
All those politicians have made themselves exempt from paying more...we even have to pay a tax when we die! They don't....property taxes means we don't own, we are renting from the gov...I don't believe that the wealthy don't pay taxes unless they are already in DC running the show their way...I think they are waiting for people to just give up and get in line for their free stuff..why work our behinds off so others get to sit home and do nothing but stick their hands out for alllll their freebies? I'm tired of watching it myself, not that I'd sell my soul to do nothing...
traitorbill Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 9:23 AM
It's a dynamic for the establishment of a corrupt government that's going to devour our freedom.
Joycey Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 9:21 AM
They have turned the American Dream into A nightmare of stoooopid.
PetermanHighcock Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:41 AM
mary- the Kennedys and Soros and Buffets of this world do not pay an income tax and they pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to avoid taxes.
mary3517 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:29 AM
BS on the Wealthy point - we are paying 50 - 60 % of the taxes and getting pretty sick of pulling this train. We are fed up with being told how evil we are for working our buts off, putting in 60 plus work weeks, building a business, employing 75 people, lying awake at night worrying about making the pay roll. MY GOD if we made a profit we are now supposed to give it away! Democrats have completely turned the American Dream upside down and are trying to kill it.
Joycey Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:23 AM
So I can buy the poor cell phones, houses, utility bills, cars, food, healthcare, childcare so they can hang out at the beach all day. Why work?

Tonight marked the first of four, head-to-head debates between US Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren and Senator Scott Brown. And what a night it was. As expected, the one-hour long discussion covered a wide array of topics, including jobs and the economy, foreign affairs, and women’s issues. Earlier today, I previewed what I expected to happen. Now, I will evaluate each candidate’s performance, starting with the Democratic challenger.

Elizabeth Warren: Welcome to the big time, Professor. Considering this was the first time Ms. Warren had debated publicly, let alone on national television, she was well prepared and ready for...