I apologize, for allowing lower life expectancy, Oil Wars & Bail Outs

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  1. Castlepaloma profile image74
    Castlepalomaposted 5 years ago

    I apologize, for allowing lowering life expectancy of our Kids, Oil wars Bail outs and Bank$ters

    I apologize for us baby boomers who dropping the ball on protecting our natural environment. We have lowered life expectancy for our kids generation, for the first time in modern history. We have allowed Oil Wars, Bail outs and the Bank$ter crisis. Wail the middle class and poor are always fighting each other the greedy rich just walks away with the Money.

    National defense gets 26.3% of the total bill.
    Veteran benefits: 4.1%.

    Compared to

    Education and job training: 4.8%
    Natural resources, energy, and environment: 2.1%.
    Agriculture:  0.8%

    Not complaining, just taking my own action, 2 plans
    Building mini green Housing affordable to 90% of the population without interest plus 4 season greenhouse food and building home for my daughter also.

    Most Wars are over Oil, let Oil company form their own offensive war budgets on each other. Taxes began because of a one Just war of World War 11, ever since Oil War only make the rich, richer.

    What action are you taking to help our next generation and our selves?

    1. profile image53
      whoisitposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      World war 11? Wow, what country do you live in?

      "Most Wars are over Oil, let Oil company form their own offensive war budgets on each other. Taxes began because of a one Just war of World War 11, ever since Oil War only make the rich, richer."

      1. Castlepaloma profile image74
        Castlepalomaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        The most significant and lasting tax policy introduced during World War II was the employee withholding tax (1942). For the first time, a large percentage of the American population was subject to the income tax. The federal government needed to raise an unprecedented amount of money to spend on the war effort.

        Since the new income tax was creating a much larger percentage of new taxpayers, there was concern in the U.S. government that people hadn't prepared to save money to pay the taxes, and the Treasury Department was worried about confronting massive tax evasion. A group of financial advisers to President Roosevelt, led by Beardsley Ruml (treasurer of R. H. Macy & Company, the department store giant) recommended tax amnesty for all Americans in 1942. Payments on the new income tax would then be spread over an entire year, beginning in 1943, as opposed to being paid all at once. The outcome was a plan that forced employers to regularly collect taxes from their employees' salaries and send the money directly to the federal government.

        1. Castlepaloma profile image74
          Castlepalomaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Not counting Native America the greatest genocide in human history. America fought the Nasi because it’s their job to own the World, cheap food and more recent cheap oil is what fight over most. Oh! and give other countries Walmarts McDonalds KC and so on

          Starting from Canada                1812
          Their has been 160 USA war battles around the World


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