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Hardening Positions on Tax Policy Suggest Hard Times Ahead

T.C.7 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 5:46 AM
Flagged all posts by the sick, disturbed lunatic, KopfShuss.
CatHerder54 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 7:09 AM
Yea, good note, brother! KnopfShuss is a real Mentula-capite, I swear!
These pure-blind fools are going send this Country into a CivilWar, if they aren't stopped quick-smart!
rblack sr. Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 8:54 AM
That may very well be their intent thinking that they have the upper hand. My assumption is that they believe that the military will back them up in such an event. I got news for them. It will split the military as it did for the "Great War For Southern Independence". Otherwise know as the Civil War for you Yankees. :) All a war will do is invite other countries to step in and take America apart piece by piece for themselves. Nobody wins.
WASHINGTON -- No other issue is paralyzing the U.S. economy more than the unsettled question of where taxes are headed in the years to come.

That question, raised by a tidal wave of expiring tax cuts that will hit most of us on Jan. 1, is the chief cause of the uncertainty that has swept through our economy, stalling business expansion, capital investment and job creation.

The issue is further complicated by Obamacare and a regulatory maze of mandates, tax increases, penalties and fees that will hit businesses and middle-class Americans alike.

Why hire more workers when the feds could soon show up at...