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Old 11-10-2012, 08:31 PM #12
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Originally Posted by Jim Jeffries View Post
Nothing. Apparently most people are oblivious to the fact that they increased revenue and helped give us an economy with 5% unemployment after 7 awful years of W. They think the cuts are responsible for about 4 trillion of our National Debt, so let's get rid of them. Instead of the piddly 90 billion annually that Obama wants to let expire, let's let the whole 400+ billion go away. I mean if we're really serious about reducing deficits and can't seem to touch entitlements.
Ah...I see. So it's sort of a misanthropic wish to prove the economic fallacies of the Liberals wrong, wants things go even further down the toilet with tax increases.

But in the meantime...it's still taxes on you or me, the individual. I don't want to make a sacrifice in paying more taxes to 'reduce the deficit'. This is not my or your problem. I'd rather cut revenue off even further and starve the Govt of revenue....and put more pressure on them to make cuts once the Debt Ceiling can't be raised any further for more borrowing.
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