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Elgatouno saysActually yes I did. Maybe you missed it.YOU FOUND IT!Anything newer than 40 years ago that was not illegals hired by A subcontractor?
Actually yes I did. Maybe you missed it.
Should hospital and school employees be required to get vaccinated against influenza?
To a conservative mind, socialism is getting something for nothing.
That pretty much describes the $21bn saved by the nation’s largest banks last year thanks to Trump’s tax cuts, some of which went into massive bonuses for bank executives. On the other hand, more than 4,000 lower-level bank employees got a big dose of harsh capitalism. They lost their jobs.
Trump is promoting socialism for the rich and harsh capitalism for everyone else in other ways. GM has got more than $600m in federal contracts, plus $500m in tax breaks. Some of this has gone into the pockets of GM executives. Chairman and CEO Mary Barra raked in almost $22m in total compensation in 2017 alone.But GM employees are subject to harsh capitalism. GM is planning to lay off more than 14,000 workers and close three assembly plants and two component factories in North America by the end of 2019.
Nationwide state and local subsidies for corporations totaled more than $70 billion in 2010, as calculated by Professor Kenneth Thomasof the University of Missouri-St. LouisIn a country of 311 million, that’s $900 taken on average from each family of four in 2010.
Lol. Tax cuts/reductions are not socialism. What an incredibly silly premise.
Quigley saysThere’s no thought on the Left, just mindless spewing of the doctrine spouted by their leadership. Obviously not bothered to check the contents of the forum now.
There’s no thought on the Left, just mindless spewing of the doctrine spouted by their leadership.
Now they "age in place" refuse to sell large homes...: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/11/as-more--americans-age-in-place-millennials-struggle-to-buy.html
Crossing the ocean would be a bitch though. Fish will be well-fed and happy for many-many month....
d6rB saysMy only point here would be that "socialism for rich, capitalism for poor" started long before TrumpTotally agree and Potus is offering more of the same to the same.
My only point here would be that "socialism for rich, capitalism for poor" started long before Trump
Check the posters, the sources - "say from the last 3 months of 2018 and January up to about the 15th or so".Moi did not come back here until after the 15th of January.
As for those lovely messages you are trying to send to me from here - the mailbox you are trying to send to has been configured to automatically send everything to the trash that originates from here so I never see them unless I read the posting on line.
Got to. If they move to a smaller place with no basement, where will their grown millennial kids live?
In contrast, hospital patients and schoolchildren have little or no choice about being exposed to the employees in those facilities.
That's false, and contradicted by your subsequent statement below. Some people are ineligible for vaccination, due to other problems, so they have no choice.
Vaccination reduces significantly the risk of getting infected and spreading infection. Vaccines work especially well at creating "community immunity," preventing the virus from spreading through a population, e.g. a school. That is why vaccination is the most effective method to prevent influenza.
This AOC air time is crucial to keep us dogs from barking at the stuff that Trump is in there to accomplish for himself and those with more wealth and power:
Listen carefully and you can sound like an authoritarian too even if you sponge off your mom.
“Reaching this unfortunate milestone so rapidly is the latest sign that our fiscal situation is not only unsustainable but accelerating,”
With deficits rising and gross debt scheduled to jump by more than $1 trillion annually,
So he got the message, gov shutdown Bad?
THe crap some losers will do for attention
epitaph saysWe need to go to a 1 party system.We already have it in CA.
We need to go to a 1 party system.
'Automakers talk about fuel-economy and how it impacts engine design a lot, but what's interesting here is that at least in the US, trucks like the Super Duty don't have any standards to meet. The EPA doesn't require automakers to report fuel-economy figures for pickups with a GWVR of over 8500 pounds, so these trucks can be as efficient or inefficient as the automakers like.'
Real Americans drive push-rod 7.3L engines.5.0L are for cheapskate tree-huggers who don't need to tow a house once in a while.
Yes, I must be experiencing some kind of cognitive dissonance. That cartoon makes no sense whatsoever.
I disagree. If this was the case and two parties were just "two sides of the same coin", why won't they "maintain the appearances" in CA?
So, really, the high-income workers are the ones getting screwed by social security.
There are the clawbacks, too, because Social Security becomes 50 percent, then 85 percent taxable at certain income thresholds. If you had the common sense and restraint to garner your own retirement savings, SS punishes you with higher taxes.
Balance growth for residential mortgages slowed from last year, falling from a rate of 4.7% year over year in the fourth quarter of 2017 to 2.7% in Q4 2018. Moody’s said this slowdown helped temper the overall rate of household debt in the last year.
I always buy one year old vehicles with mostly cash or very low interest loans.
They HAVE to know that Schultz will split the anybody-but-Trump vote, thus guaranteeing a Trump re-election victory.
This why some did the Roth IRA bit. Forgo the tax deduction on the contributions, but tax free on withdrawal. Not sure if Roth withdrawals count toward making SS taxable, though.
Make Chapo pay for it. There's $14 billion, that's a start.Tax the money wired by illegal workers in the USA; it's $20 billion+ per year. Add a new fee for tourist visas or upon entry into the USA. Get creative.
What about their 5,000 different gender bathrooms?
The problem with Roth is stupidly low income limits they put on it. I can't do it anymore, because my income is above the limit.
I never put any money into Roth. To me it makes no sense to give the IRS/gummint my tax money early.
. I may die earlier than expected or have life changes that require money to solve. Better have the money than give it to the IRS.
4. I feel I can invest it better with the money today and generate more than enough to cover future taxes tax obligations from simple IRA.5. Study after study show that as one gets to 70's and above, discretionary spending tamps down. I'd rather have my money now so I can do thing I like than later when I may not be able to due to health or just old age.
However, I went through the Monte Carlo estimates about paying tax now vs. playing the margins on paying less tax after retirement a while ago and the break even points were at the point where you would be quite the old crock before realizing any significant financial benefits. Old and creaky but marginally richer IF the taxation margins AND investment margins worked out in your favor.
Maybe Donald Trump isn’t as stupid as I thought.
While I may not agree with their politics and views - they normally write a sensible response to something that is worthwhile reading.
Guess you have not bothered to see where my links are coming from huh ?