GET OUT OF MY POCKET! Before Washington can read the bills they are pushing, they need to read the Constitution.
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Now that the legal mumbo jumbo is outta the way...
Saturday, October 27, 2012
it really so hard to understand that when you buy something, the price
of that item is determined by the companies expenses? If you charge
them more taxes, they just raise their prices. If they can't raise
their prices high enough to cover expenses including taxes, they go out
of business and more jobs are lost.
The end user, you and I, pay ALL taxes whether we see them or not.
Plus, if companies were not paying taxes they would be a lot less
interested in the politics. You want to cut superpacs and corporate
involvement in the political arena, that is the best way to start, cut
out their interest.
"OMG She wants to eliminate ALL corporate
taxes!" Yes, since they just pass them on, think how much cheaper
everything would be. How many more jobs would be created. Think how
much better we would compete on a global market!!!
"If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin." Samuel Adams, 1776
Isn't it more important to be concerned with America succeeding? The success of one individual who is an employee of the American People is not near as important as the welfare of our nation and it's people. The American people deserve and have the right via the Constitution to the "pursuit of happiness". That is the right to succeed or fail on their own efforts, without any interference from the Federal Government.
The President, regardless of who is in the office at the time, is at best, a temporary employee and needs to remember who his boss is. US.
Post all you wish but foul comments will be deleted. If you can't get your point across without being disgusting then you are too ignorant to take up my space.
Which brings me to the second rule: don't be stupid.