Nobody

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The new tax system to squeeze more from the middle class
by Nobody on 11 Nov 2017  8 comments, latest 7 months ago
#politics #taxThe new tax system is supposed to lower tax for everyone, more so for the rich. The tax system has always favored the rich. But it is getting out...

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I am telling you there is no trickle down economy. It is Hoarding Economy (msn.com)
by Nobody on 18 Jun 2017  280 comments, latest a year ago
http://www.msn.com/en-us/money It really doesn't make sense to give tax reduction to the rich and investors. The investors are motivated to invest, because they are expecting a better return. The rich...

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The true reason that we dropped A-bomb in Japan
by Nobody on 7 Aug 2015  23 comments, latest 3 years ago
Many of you are misled by the US government/the 1% to think that we dropped the A-bomb to save our American soldiers' lives. That's not true. Since when did the...

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Why there are less homeowners out there. (homes.yahoo.com)
by Nobody on 28 Apr 2015  Posted 3 years ago
Homeownership rate lowest in 25 years https://homes.yahoo.com/news/h Nobody seems to understand the simple math here. If less people owns multiple homes, of course, it will lower the home ownership rate....

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Wake up, giving money to rich will not create jobs.
by Nobody on 2 Nov 2012  153 comments, latest 5 years ago
The jobs are created only when the company needs people to create products, goods and services, not when they have money. I don't understand how you can be fooled into...

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Congratulation for passing the prop. 30
by Nobody on 7 Nov 2012  8 comments, latest 6 years ago
Your altruism will be rewarded with more talents whom we will create, develop and foster with the funding. This will attract more talents who will no doubt contribute to creating...

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fair or unfair taxation?
by Nobody on 13 Aug 2012  5 comments, latest 6 years ago
It is actually highly distorted toward low income family. Hypothetically, if every household spends $10,000 on the consumable goods, then every one pays $1,000 for the 10% consumption tax. That...

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The rationale for Republican policy for tax
by Nobody on 23 Jul 2012  25 comments, latest 6 years ago
I don't understand how low tax rate would lead to more tax revenue and more jobs. But here is my list of their (Republicans and T-baggers) rationale. 1. More money...

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People are utterly forgetful. Great depression had two dips.
by Nobody on 22 Sep 2011  1 comment, latest 7 years ago
I just don't understand the mentality of those who think the housing market has turned around and start investing again. The Great Depression of 1930 had two dips. The first...

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The richer is getting richer and poor is getting poor. (msnbc.msn.com)
by Nobody on 5 Jul 2011  2 comments, latest 7 years ago
So where did the low taxation and QE get us? http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43

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Is Obama trying to bust the budget? (news.yahoo.com)
by Nobody on 5 Jun 2011  14 comments, latest 7 years ago
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/201 Obama administration is at it again, when our government is on the verge of defaulting. We don't even have enough budget for our education system, etc, and yet Obama...

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The first time home buyers stayed away? No, we were pushed away by the investors. (msnbc.msn.com)
by Nobody on 20 Apr 2011  76 comments, latest 7 years ago
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42 "Investors drove up U.S. home sales last month, plunking down cash to grab cheap homes at risk of foreclosure. But first-time home buyers, who are crucial to a housing...

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The cost of commodity
by Nobody on 7 Mar 2011  1 comment, latest 7 years ago
Lately, the price of oil is creeping up again. That seems no surprise to me, because FED decided to dump more money about 6 month ago. Our money is actually...

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Federal Surplus and Our future: Raising tax for the rich
by Nobody on 30 Nov 2010  60 comments, latest 7 years ago
Some people are utterly confused about the fact that some people who are preaching higher tax for the rich are motivated by the pure hatred for the rich. It is...
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