Tuesday October 2, 2012, 1:12 pm
When he thinks he is safely tucked away with his fellow vulture capitalists, where nobody else can hear, Lord Willard loves to impugn the worth of those he considers takers and moochers, like people who paid all their lives for Social Security, veterans maimed serving our nation, etc. In short, he cares not for all those, who are not forking out to pay his own fair of the tax burden. The real takers and moochers are Lord Willard and people like him.
We are paying too little tax not too much tax. Just who does any one think is paying for roads, bridges, dams, schools, need I go on? It's obvious to any one that just stops and thinks, the taxpayer owns this country, the worker builds this country, the middle class, those who once earned slightly more then the worker was the entrepreneur, those who owned small the businesses on our now mostly vacant Main Streets across America. This is in no small way caused by the BIG Box businesses that have eaten the heart of America. I refuse to support those business and do business only who with those contribute to my community.
Ryan speaks with a forked tongue - cut taxes by 20%, now think about that, if you give enough money to charities that it really matters on your taxes then are not a part of the middle or working class. We give what we can, when we can. It was the wealthy, when they had a conscience that gave big to charity, the first group that would be affected by Mr Ryan's ideas - churches. Do you really think that will happen? Mortgage deductions, that does affect the working and middle class though only for the few years that we pay more in interest than in principle. This doesn't pass the laugh test, and it most certainly doesn't pass the math test.
Tuesday October 2, 2012, 5:47 pm
Thanks Tom. This election is a must win for the Dems. Romney/Ryan must go down in flames via the ballot box this November. I made my point today by voting early on the first day of voting here in Ohio, 3 hours after the courthouse opened. Read and noted.
Tuesday October 2, 2012, 6:06 pm
That picture of Rmoney — the look on his face says he's got one pile of built up gas just ready to be expelled! Greedy Old Phart!!!
"Trust me" he says when pressed for answers as to what loopholes he'll close. He has proven over and over that he can't be trusted. He changes his mind on any given subject from a stated position at the beginning of an interview to a different one further along in the interview, and when pressed on the matter, says the interviewer misunderstood him. You can be sure that any changes to the tax code will solely be for the benefit of corporations and the 1%, people like him. It isn't good enough for Rmoney or Lyin' Ryan to say I haven't got the time. I say, "If you haven't got the time, you don't have the vote either!".
Romney, Lyin' Ryan and the entire GOP are all scoundrels and gold diggers with no redeeming qualities.
Wednesday October 3, 2012, 3:56 am
TC - I completely agree with "Frankly, I do trust Mitt Romney. I trust him to act just like a Republican. I believe I can say with confidence, that the “loopholes” he will close are the legitimate deductions of people like you and I, but he will expand the loopholes for the filthy rich that keep people like you and I paying Lord Willard’s share." - Mind you I expect him to act like a completely RABID Repuglicon (Heaven forfend!).