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Old 11-04-2011, 08:20 AM   #21
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4. CL is correct. Money availability is not necessarily a product of taxes.
Money availability can be indirectly affected by taxes. What I was saying in my first post was that tax breaks for the upper class results in a lot of money being put back into the economy. If my tax cut saves me $10,000 in taxes, that's $10,000 that will go back into the economy in some shape or form. Maybe I purchase some goods, maybe I invest some of it, maybe I save some of it (which gives banks more money to make loans with)... this extra money helps make a stronger economy, which in turn increases the strength of the dollar. A stronger dollar makes it easier to pay off foreign loans. On top of that, a stronger economy means that more businesses will start making more revenue, which means that the government makes more money from taxes in the years ahead.
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Old 11-08-2011, 03:17 PM   #22
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So, many of the Republican candidates are fairly religious. Do you think this could affect the way they work towards laws?
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Old 11-08-2011, 03:47 PM   #23
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Injecting some life into this with CONTRAVERSY!

So, many of the Republican candidates are fairly religious. Do you think this could affect the way they work towards laws?
Of course; can we take over the world again sometime soon?
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:15 AM   #24
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So, many of the Republican candidates are fairly religious. Do you think this could affect the way they work towards laws?
Religious republicans are already affecting the way they work towards laws. I recently read about a law being passed in some US state that would protect students from bullying. That catch here is that republicans managed to add a clause to that law that would make an exception with the bully could honestly claim they were acting on a religious or moral belief of theirs. This is ridiculous on so many levels, and instead of protecting kids from bullying it is legitimizing bullying. It's legally okay now to harass a kid for being gay if you cite something like leviticus 18:22
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Old 12-06-2011, 02:03 PM   #25
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So, the latest news from the crazy train Republican potenial candidates is that Herman Cain has suspensed (read: quit) his bid for Presidentness, and coped by quoting Pokemon. Why he did this isn't quite Hamumu friendly. However, it does highlight what Sonicchaos said about the media and their smearings.

So, how does this affect your 2012 thinkings? I'm pretty sure Bachmann won't get in, because she's crazy too far right. Out of the remaining bunch, I'm guessing the Republicans will go with Perry or Romney.
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Old 12-06-2011, 03:41 PM   #26
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I voted in the last election and I will vote in the next one. Without foisting my particular political view on the lot of you, just let me say this:

If you live in a society that allows you to vote, you should always do so. There may not be anything you want to vote for, but there will ALWAYS be something you want to vote against.



Note: It is better to suspend your campaign than it is to discontinue it, since if you suspend it, you can still collect unlimited donations.
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