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  1. #1 GOP's Primary Goal Is To Destroy The Middle Class In This Country. 
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    And dipshit has proof!!! Not.


    Sat Oct 13, 2012, 06:15 PM
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    GOP's Primary Goal Is To Destroy The Middle Class In This Country. This Strategy ----

    was recently revealed at a GOP men's breakfast forum. Women were allowed to attend and a lady at our table today had been going to this breakfast for a while when this theme came up.

    What she said was that the GOP men in this forum fully admitted that the national GOP mission was to totally destroy the middle class. What was even more revealing was that they would use the national media to blame the destruction on Obama.
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    Absolutely and the best way to destroy the middle class is by destroying job creation and job creators through higher taxes on individuals & business.
    The 21st century. The age of Smart phones and Stupid people.

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    Here's his other post in that thread:

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    Our county Dems have a monthly breakfast and there was a lady at our table who has been to these GOP breakfasts. I guess ladies also attend. She used to go occasionally to this event. At one of these breakfasts the GOP men were discussing the GOP aim to destroy the middle class and blame it on Obama. That mission is behind their theme that Obama has "made matters" worse talking point. It is about twisting reality so the Dems get the blame and not the GOP.

    Realize the MSM is in on the whole thing as well. The GOP's plan with media assistance is to paint all the debates as losses no matter what happens. And if you look at what the MSM has done with the last two it should b obvious that we have a problem.

    Ever notice how the GOP puts out talking points blaming Democrats for the things they are doing? They are even painting Obama as "radical on abortion".
    A couple guys from the suburbs get together for an egg and cheese sandwich and a cop of coffee to discuss what brand of grass seed they are using these days and suddenly they're the Bilderbergs, the Illuminati and the Skull and Bones club all in one. The best part is the Dem chick, that sometimes goes to the meetings, is privy to all this dastardly intelligence.

    I know I ask this same question around here but seriously...who are these people? These DUmmies really live in their own screwed up little world don't they?
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    IRS: OBAMA TAX HIKE THREATENS ONE MILLION SMALL BUSINESSES
    By:David Harsanyi
    10/4/2012 01:12 PM

    Over and over again we hear Democrats claim that raising tax rates on the rich won’t dampen economic recovery. They also claim it would only affect a fraction of small business owners. In yesterday’s debate, the president asserted, as he has often, that 97 percent of businesses who pay individual rates would not see a tax increase.

    Well, judging from this new study by Internal Revenue Service, allowing Bush-era tax rates for high earners to expire, the centerpiece of President Obama’s tax plan and a big part of his campaign rhetoric, would mean that 1 million companies would be hit with new taxes. According to the IRS, which goes to great lengths to define a small business, high-income earners make up 24 percent of all small businesses that have employees.

    Other studies (and pundits) have grossly underestimated the impact that a tax hike on high earners might take on small business, discounting owners of small C corporations and others. Wealthy earners with small businesses account for 923,000 businesses with employees. There are many more in business for themselves.
    “No matter how you slice it and dice it, it’s hard to avoid that this is a tax increase on a significant share of small business owners,” said Raymond Keating, chief economist of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council told CNNMoney.

    Democrats also argue that a tax on “millionaires and billionaires” — or, what in the real world means anyone making more than $200,000 and married couples pulling in more than $250,000 — could actually spur growth. How, is still a mystery
    DEBATE EXPOSES OBAMA’S RIDICULOUS TAX MYTH


    Not long ago, a former Obama staffer working with a left-wing think tank concocted a study using an assortment of cooked-up assumptions that claimed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney would have to increase taxes on the “middle class.”

    In Washington, this is referred to as an “independent study.” At the Denverdebate, the president called this an “impartial” analysis.

    The report, by the Tax Policy Center, “estimated” that Romney’s revenue-neutral tax plan would necessitate an $86 billion tax increase on the middle class, and more crucially, it allowed every Democrat in the country to pretend that an objective group had run the numbers somewhere and found that the GOP nominee was going to hike taxes on every family by — I don’t know, let’s say — $2,000 a year! Why not, right?

    Few in the media were particularly put off by the fact that this fictitious assertion was endlessly repeated by Obama and friends. As the president explains it, there’s simply no way to cut taxes and grow revenue at the same time. Math is math, after all. The president, likely because of his own record, seems to have forgotten about economic growth.

    A recent (independent!) paper by the American Enterprise Institute found that even using the Tax Policy Center’s parameters, Romney could reform the tax code and cut taxes by 20 percent and, with the modest growth encouraged by cuts, the plan could remain revenue-neutral. Would it? Economic forecasting is about as reliable as campaign tax plans. The president’s economic policy, on the other hand, has been deployed and has been focused on wealth transfer in the name of fairness and spending in the name of recovery — all of it rooted in the necessity for higher taxes.

    Take this piece of warped logic from Obama: If Romney were to keep tax rates exactly where they are, he would be in fact cutting taxes for the rich. Only raising taxes can keep the status quo.

    The president’s plan already features a slew of increases. Some, such as taxes on investments, might not be felt directly by you — at least not yet. Obamacare, as we know, is loaded with tax hikes you’ll pay soon enough, one way or another. And the individual mandate is a tax (at least according to the administration) that promises to be one of the largest in American history.

    Moreover, the American Action Forum recently released a study (an independent one!) examining the Obama administration’s tax plan itself: To achieve primary budget balance by 2022, as Obama claims he can, taxing only millionaires would require raising their taxes to 123.9 percent. Taxing people making $500,000 would require an increase to 95.5 percent, and assuming the deficit reduction Obama promises, taxpayers making $30,000 would see a $1,500 hike in taxes every year over the next 10.

    So even if someone could conduct a study factoring in every make-believe tax-cheating plutocrat of the liberal imagination, there simply aren’t enough people to pay for Obamaworld. But it’s one thing to believe in the supernatural ability of raising taxes to fix the economy and lift the poor; it’s another to argue that lower tax rates can cause mass destruction.

    Democrats regularly maintain that the George W. Bush administration’s policies have driven the country into a metaphorical “ditch.” Which policies, exactly, caused this wreck? Obama claimed in Denver, as he has often, that lower tax rates helped cause the recession. Now, blaming tax cuts for a recession is a contention so ridiculous that even a fake economic study doesn’t exist to prove it.
    The 21st century. The age of Smart phones and Stupid people.

    It is said that branches draw their life from the vine. Each is separate yet all are one as they share one life giving stem . The Bible tells us we are called to a similar union in life, our lives with the life of God. We are incorporated into him; made sharers in his life. Apart from this union we can do nothing.
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