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Two Years After a Very Modest Proposal

TDBLU Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 1:13 PM
Stores with "Closed" signs on the front door. Stores with reduced hours and reduced employees and reduced goods and services. The average citizens looking at a new product and sighiing, "Maybe next year", not only ata cars, but new SHOES !. Apporoaching a fiscal cliff. We went over the edge some time ago. We just haven't suffered the sudden deceleration at the bottom of the gorge yet. A lib come calling on me for help after the crash will . . . well, a closed mouth gathers no foot.
NewJAl Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 5:43 PM
I have been watching this slow train crash for the last 4 years, and somehow, by getting a compliant media to say noting or something false, the millions are unaware.
Spendaholics to gain the vote of the underinformed, racist, Marxist, criminal, parasitic or stupid voter.
My children and theirs will either be more deeply in debt than any citizens in the History of Nations, or be under a dictator's boot. Only a booming economy could have us work our way out, and Obama wants the opposite. I go by actions, not words. Van Jones is a friend of his. Does anyone care?
Think Weimar Republic.

Last week the inside pages of the daily newspapers mentioned something that should alarm every American taxpayer. The little noted expiration of the two year old payroll tax break of 2011-12, and the consequent increase of the Social Security payroll tax from 4.2% of wages paid to 6.2% of wages paid became effective on New Years Day, 2013. The roughly 140 million Americans on corporate payrolls will see their take-home pay shrink commensurate with their income. Those earners at the poverty level will see a $ 234.00 yearly tax increase, while those in the highest income bracket subject to the tax...