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    What do YOU think about the Tax Deal

    Obama and the republicans got a deal on the taxes.
    Extend the tax cuts instead of letting them expire.

    Plus of course, the death tax, repeal of certain taxes, less taxes or no taxes on certain businesses and income.

    Myself, let the damn tax cuts expire!

    Hopefully the house and the senate will do the right thing (hahahahhahaha) and vote this tax deal down.

    Then in January, let the house and senate craft out a better tax deal and this time, god willing, with no added pork and added tax deals.

    What do you think about the entire tax deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Hopefully the house and the senate will do the right thing (hahahahhahaha) and vote this tax deal down.

    Then in January, let the house and senate craft out a better tax deal and this time, god willing, with no added pork and added tax deals.

    What do you think about the entire tax deal?
    The tax deal is adding fuel to the fire on Security Security and Unemployment trust funds.

    The tax deal extends unemployment benefits 13 more months and reduces payroll taxes 2%

    Do the math and you see that there's a problem:

    Supplemental Security Income (or SSI) 7.9 million Americans
    SSDI benefits were paid to 8.9 million recipients as of December 2009
    8.5 million people are collecting unemployment insurance, including 4.8 million receiving federal benefits.

    Close to 30 million people are collecting benefits from these three programs alone.

    "Unemployed Americans have collected $319 billion in jobless benefits over the past three years

    31 states have $41 billion in loans outstanding

    Employers are responsible for replenishing these accounts and paying back the loans so their taxes are expected to skyrocket to $64 billion in 2015, up from $38 billion last year, according to the Labor Department.

    Benefits last up to 99 weeks, far surpassing the previous record, which totaled 65 weeks during the recession of the mid-1970s."

    Unemployment insurance sent $319 billion to the jobless - Nov. 17, 2010

    It's obvious that the Communists that are running the Government are trying to collapse the system.

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