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Bursting the Washington Bubble: The Outlook for 2013

Radley2 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 9:06 AM
So the economists are telling us that things will get better in 2013... Lets forget the big picture, and look at my family budget. So we have a 2% tax increase... that results in $85 less a pay period (that is $2,200 for the year). And we are paying more for gas, groceries and clothes... And now since we are driving less, keeping the thermostate lower and turning off all the electronics that go to standby (yes it takes longer to turn them on, but we use less...) all those companies who we are paying less to are going to increase their prices so that they make the same amount... And we have not seen an increase in pay... in fact its gone down about $1,000 a year since Obama has been in office. Oh, typing his name reminds me, our in
Radley2 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 9:07 AM
insurance premiums are going up again this year.

Yes, that is the stuff that brighter econmonic outlooks and growth are made of.

We have less, are taxed more and that makes the economy grow.

Buckly up, the next four years are going to be really hard on all of us...
Drik Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 9:30 AM
An increase in tax rate of 4% means an increase in taxes of 12%. Means much less disposable income for consumers and a decrease in people working and cutbacks in businesses. Nit rocket science. But it may seem like rocket science to the Reid Senate.

Yes, it’s that time of year again.

It’s time to hold our nose and check the diaper that we have all come to know as Obamanomics.
While rightly this review should have been completed closer to the first of the year, there were too many events in the offing that were likely to impact the...