"Corporations are people, my friends"?! "I like firing people". "If elected President, my first act will be..." (to undo everything Barack Obama accomplished)!! How 'bout having your own agenda - your own opinion, instead of flip-flopping around like a fish stuck on land every time you think the political winds change?
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2000 a surplus and eight years later a 11 to 14 trillion dollars debt that the people is told we have to paid and because a republican told you it a debt that it not a tax. and on top of that the feds own SS( which is paid for) close to 50 trillion.
Isn't it interesting that you abide by Citizens United becaues it's a law, but you don't abide by Obama Care. It's a law as well. The tax you speak of is for only those that refuse to get insurance. That's 1% of the population.
LD your facts are incorrect. Obama spent $5 trillion 4 yrs. Bush spent $5 trillion 8 yrs. Clinton spent $2 trillion and left Bush $5 trillion in debt. Also the gov doesn't own a darn thing, the taxpayers own it. SS by the way is BANKRUPT.
I'm a hypocrite 'cause I've dealt with and patronize business, work for a paycheck and yet find absurdity in Mitthead calling corp. a thing? Brush up on your grammar, honey (and your logic). No melodrama from me. Hypocrisy? You're drenched in it.
Thank you for putting all the facts together in your answer Lions Den - I was getting ready to start my rant when I saw your sane and succint response. Saved me a lot of typing! I agree with your response 100%
Stan - what's your point? Perhaps you should know of what you speak before vomiting forth obtuse irrationality. So Princess, I've provide you the definition of a corp to enhance your knowledge base http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporation :))Thanks
Oh, dear lioness. Okay - newsflash. My knowledge base does have gaps! So does yours! Dear *God*, NOOO! The yang for me, however, is a solid command of that to which I dare to write. And, I'm literal. A corp≠a person, it's OF them. Get a clue.
Lions Den Media: Just to keep the record straight, social security is not bankrupt. It has 47 million dollars. Accoding to the Congressional Budget Office(CBO), that will last until 2037. At that time, it will still able to payout 70%.
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