dottedmint: Again.... 11% unemployment would not be "life-threatening" to this economy.
dottedmint: The country survived.
dottedmint: Ya See Whidbey...In 1982 we hit 10.8% unemployment...The country survived.
dottedmint: I'm not exactly sure how it is hidden since everyone knew it was going on. Also as I said before even if it was 'hidden' that spending was approved by a Congress that was controlled by the Dems.
dottedmint: When you raise taxes on a company you cut into their profits and they want to try to increase those profits...Sometimes they will do this by simply raising costs to their customers...Sometimes they will do this by cutting back on how much they pay their workers...Sometimes they will do this by how many workers they employ...Sometimes they will do this by moving their workers to countries where they do not need to pay as much in either wages or taxes...
annoyed_grunt: Can someone explain to me this Political Inclination Thermo Analyzer thingy? I don't see anything about it in the FARQ..?
dottedmint: "It makes U.S. jobs more expensive," Ballmer said in an interview. "We're better off taking lots of people and moving them out of the U.S. as opposed to keeping them inside the U.S."
dottedmint: And the more expensive you make it for companies to operate in this country the more likely they are to leave this country....Keep raising taxes on corporations....Keep placing more restrictions on corporations...Keep making it harder for them to operate in this country...Keep making it riskier for them to operate in this country...
Kirk's_Toupee: we need to stop subsidizing these big corporations and invest in the small business. the big businesses have the means to go anywhere they want. it will never be in their best interest to invest in a local community for long. especially when that community needs those businesses during hardship.
Befuddled: Obama told the audience at the NAACP that growing up in a violent community is no excuse for getting bad grades. What a dickhead; he grew up in Hawaii, probably one of the most mellow parts of the US (especially if you're non-white). How the fark does he know what it is like to grow up in a farked up neighborhood? You don't really know what it's like to be in farked up situation like that by reading about it.
whidbey: Saiga410: /godwin?Yes. Even from you I expect something better than that...
Saiga410: Are you new to fark?
Saiga410: I have to warn fellow farkers. Do not go to Canada. It is cursed I tell you, CURSED.
indylaw: Not a single thread about 9/11 on 9/11. Thank God. You know Bush & Co. are out of office when today is not being widely exploited for political gain and Nielsen ratings.
dottedmint: And I just find it scary that so many people want our health care to be like Canada's.That would be a step backwards....
dottedmint: Wow Bonnie...It would be so much better if this page wasn't used at all. Right???Or would it be better if only comments that you agreed with were posted?Personally I enjoy debating with "retard dolls" like detfrost1 who think things are so much better in Canada.
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