Obama renewed his call for an extension of payroll tax cuts. I believe everyone would be for that. I am sure Congress would 100% support such an issue, if it existed. The "payroll tax cut" was in fact a 2% cut in SS withholding. A cut in a retirement program that is going broke. Making that cut permanent will only ensure SS will go broke sooner.
We know Obama will never lower federal withholding because he wants to increase revenues. Cutting withholding will lose revenues, so Obama will never support it. That is one of the biggest reason for eliminating the Bush tax cuts.
by Holle Abee6 years ago
Four Democrats and Lieberman voted with the Republicans. I have mixed feelings about this, according to the research I've done. It seems that "economy experts" are split on their views. Some argue that...
by Susan Reid4 years ago
The Gish Gallup. Who knew?http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/10/0 … ish-Gallop
by Quilligrapher4 years ago
From a CNN report GOP divide over Obama tax plan goes public, November 28, 2012:"A CNN/ORC International poll released Monday also showed that a solid majority of respondents -- two thirds -- supports the...
by ryankett6 years ago
And with how much success?I am trialing it with a book of quotes, and will be doing the same using another book at Createspace.Ultimately I have something much larger and more significant that I would like to get out...
by PrettyPanther4 years ago
Ezra Klein explains how Mitt Romney 1) is wrong about the 47% being a "taker" class and 2) how the rich are using this lie to justify further tax cuts for the rich while cutting services to the poor.". ....
by rhamson2 years ago
A one percenter from Seattle named Nick Hanauer published a piece in Politico Friday warning his "fellow zillionaires" that a revolution à la France 1789 is coming to the United States if America's wealthiest...
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