Well, a country cannot be governed alone by the presidential folks.It takes a whole society to do so.Paying more for gas is like embettering the country.That extra money is used to build the nation. As long as we pay less for something we are even.The only good solution is to either get a shift car that way you save money on gas or well known foreign cars such as honda, toyota etc... So sincerely I dont think having to pay more for gas is right.I think knowing how to accomodate and adapt to the things that we cannot change is the right thing to do.
by kashannkilson6 years ago
Would you be willing to pay more taxes if you trusted the government to spend it appropriately?
by ptosis9 months ago
federal income tax rates history, During the eight years of the Eisenhower presidency, from 1953 to 1961, the top marginal rate was 91 percent. (It was 92 percent the year he came into office.)What does it mean, though?...
by Tony8 years ago
with the number of jobs being lost due to companies outsourcing manufacturing overseas to china and the like, would you be willing to pay more for your goods to keep the jobs here?
by HuntersWhitt5 years ago
For the purposes of this discussion, let's assume that I am part of the 1%. What percentage of my income do you feel is my "fair share", and how did you come up with that number?
by 1burbman7 years ago
who has a pay plan that is discounted if you pay more than one month @ a time
by Billy Hicks5 years ago
Why should the wealthy pay more in taxes?I posed a question this morning asking what people thought the "fair share" should be for wealthy Americans; specifically, what percentage they should pay in taxes, and...
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