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2012-12-31 03:48:18 PM

spawn73: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

Pay your farking taxes and be proud of the fact that you're contributing to society.

 
2012-12-31 03:48:47 PM

ProfessorOhki: phaseolus: Evidently defense dollars are manly dollars, or something.

Manly? Watch where you swing that word around. Remember what happened with "shovel-ready?"



Now that you mention it, I bet Obama could have wrangled Republicans into voting for more infrastructure-related stimulus spending 3 years ago if only he'd hired some Village People construction worker cosplayers to sell it.
 
2012-12-31 03:49:16 PM
I also can't help wondering if the "a deal is near" comments are being made now to ensure the market ends higher today.
 
2012-12-31 03:49:21 PM

Bontesla: Kuroshin: Bontesla: Dear America: Here are your new tax rates

Business Insider updating as details of the plan emerge

That's a shiat deal.  Pretty much what was expected.

Well, and as far as I can tell, the Republicans are pushing to vote on the tax relief portion now and handle the tax increase vote later. So, it doesn't even sound like the Republicans are in agreement on the "deal" that's being drafted.


I'm hoping they play chicken with this semi until they're just a smear on the road.  I'd rather have the "cliff" than this deal.
 
2012-12-31 03:49:21 PM

LL316: Bennie Crabtree: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

That is not "moderately" by any quantitative definition. Perhaps you should look at the basic average incomes of families in the USA to get some perspective on how wealthy you are.

So what? I make around 60k and by noones definition would I be considered poor. Yet I pay next to nothing in income taxes. How is that even remotely fair?


You could make it more fair by telling us those of us in the same bracket how to also pay little income tax~
 
2012-12-31 03:49:28 PM

lenfromak: sonnyboy11: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

I would be hit. Don't have a problem with it. Taxes are not a "penalty".

A progressive income tax is.


10/10. For all you would-be trolls... this is the platonic ideal.
 
2012-12-31 03:49:31 PM

Strolpol: This will keep the blame deflected to Republicans, and also give him a great base upon which to launch next year's Obama Tax Cut for 98% of Americans, which Republicans will find ruination upon no matter what they do.


If its a stripped-down single measure introduced on January 4th, it will probably have over 400 co-sponsors in the House. Everybody likes voting for a tax cut, not just Republicans. If its buried within a completely unpalatable (for them) package then yes, they'll probably balk and it will end up in conference committee.
 
2012-12-31 03:50:14 PM

lenfromak: sonnyboy11: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

I would be hit. Don't have a problem with it. Taxes are not a "penalty".

A progressive income tax is.


Sound economic policy is now a "penalty".  You, sir, are quite the economist.  You should write a book.
 
2012-12-31 03:50:28 PM
Go over the cliff. Agreeing to rate changes that are a compromise for the GOP with little to no spending changes or debt ceiling crap is stupid and completely spineless...which means the democrats will do that.
 
2012-12-31 03:50:58 PM

Jake Steed: Government should do what a responsible American would do in the same situation. STOP spending so much and live within your means, its all very simple.


So you think provoking a recession is a resonable thing?
 
2012-12-31 03:51:23 PM

AngryPanda: Wangiss: Nabb1: AngryPanda: Cataholic: Shut up and give 'til it hurts, citizen!

People gave their personal money to the government to use for war efforts in WW2, but you know, because 60 years later paying taxes is considered socialism instead of helping your nation, your joke is hilarious.

I think runaway spending by our own elected officials is a wee bit different that being at war with the Nazis and Imperial Japan.

Word.

Meh. Despite that historical speedbump, I think my point still is valid. Whatever happened to doing things for the good of the nation rather than doing them for yourself? Was that the 80s' fault?


During WWII, people of all income levels bought war bonds.  When you prepare your income tax return, there is a place on it for you to pay additional sums above and beyond your tax liability.  If you feel it your civic duty to do more, I encourage you to do so.
 
2012-12-31 03:52:09 PM
I'm always amazed at how these threads are filled with people that struggle to understand the progressive tax structure.
 
2012-12-31 03:53:43 PM

EnviroDude: Vegan Meat Popsicle: That said, fark compromise. The republicans want something from a position of nothing after spending four years of doing nothing. Fark those guys right in the nostril. Americans spoke about what they want and it's nothing that the republicans are offering. They can either put on some big boy pants, suck it up and do what the country wants done or they can focus on driving themselves even deeper into obscurity.

For two of the aforementioned four years, the democrats were in charge of the house.  They were also in charge of the Senate.  And for one of those years, they had a filibuster proof majority when you added the left leaning independents that caucused with the democrats.

Then, two years ago, the republicans took over the house.

Prior to that, the democrats:

dated the sunset of the Bush tax cuts for tomorrow

dated the sunset of the payroll withholding tomorrow

dated the implementation of the Obamacare tax hikes tomorrow

The only thing the republicans have done (with the cooperation of the democrats) is date the mandatory spending cuts

/the more you know


Half true. Either way the reason for those dates was to get republican support. Republicans so believed they would win the Whitehouse that they assumed they could rewrite everything.
 
2012-12-31 03:54:29 PM

Uranus Is Huge!: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

I would be hit. Don't have a problem with it. Taxes are not a "penalty".

A progressive income tax is.

10/10. For all you would-be trolls... this is the platonic ideal.


Ironically, it's like a progressive trolling.

Adam Smith is clawing at his coffin.
 
2012-12-31 03:54:32 PM
I just want them to finalize the damn thing so I can decide if I'm better off quitting my job or not.
 
2012-12-31 03:55:49 PM

Fark_Guy_Rob: I just want them to finalize the damn thing so I can decide if I'm better off quitting my job or not.


Don't do that. How're they going to function with just one guy on fries?
 
2012-12-31 03:56:43 PM

Orange-Pippin: Wangiss: Orange-Pippin: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

Taxes is not a penalty. It's part of living in a civilized non-pit of horse poo. We (about 90% of America) have supported your tax breaks with, cuts to social programs, education, infrastructure (not to mention corporate welfare) for years. It's time to pay your due. Sorry, but as much as you guys think your supporting us, we are tired of supporting you.

...by taking less and less of your money.

For the record, paying taxes is not "taking" anything. As an American I pay up and now it's your turn. Sorry.


That's true. Exacting taxes by threat of incarceration is taking, though. If I sent a couple guys to your house with guns to cart you off to live in a concrete box because you didn't give me money, I'd be a bad guy... unless everybody else says they want your money, too, in which case I'm a very, very good guy. Should a government be established so that no man need fear another? "Hello no! Moar government!!!"
 
2012-12-31 03:56:48 PM

LL316: Bennie Crabtree: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

That is not "moderately" by any quantitative definition. Perhaps you should look at the basic average incomes of families in the USA to get some perspective on how wealthy you are.

So what? I make around 60k and by noones definition would I be considered poor. Yet I pay next to nothing in income taxes. How is that even remotely fair?


Get married.  That marriage tax penalty is a biatch.  Coming up with $2500 in unexpected tax payments in two months hurts, even when you're pulling down over $80k.
 
2012-12-31 03:57:21 PM

Infernalist: Fark_Guy_Rob: I just want them to finalize the damn thing so I can decide if I'm better off quitting my job or not.

Don't do that. How're they going to function with just one guy on fries?


Ffs. I hate soggy fries. Keep doing what you're doing, Rob!
 
2012-12-31 03:57:30 PM

Nabb1: AngryPanda: Wangiss: Nabb1: AngryPanda: Cataholic: Shut up and give 'til it hurts, citizen!

People gave their personal money to the government to use for war efforts in WW2, but you know, because 60 years later paying taxes is considered socialism instead of helping your nation, your joke is hilarious.

I think runaway spending by our own elected officials is a wee bit different that being at war with the Nazis and Imperial Japan.

Word.

Meh. Despite that historical speedbump, I think my point still is valid. Whatever happened to doing things for the good of the nation rather than doing them for yourself? Was that the 80s' fault?

During WWII, people of all income levels bought war bonds.  When you prepare your income tax return, there is a place on it for you to pay additional sums above and beyond your tax liability.  If you feel it your civic duty to do more, I encourage you to do so.


Correct me if I'm wrong here, but war bonds are still bonds. You're not giving the money away; just investing it in the government rather than a bank, right?
 
2012-12-31 03:57:50 PM

Wangiss: AngryPanda: Wangiss: Nabb1: AngryPanda: Cataholic: Shut up and give 'til it hurts, citizen!

People gave their personal money to the government to use for war efforts in WW2, but you know, because 60 years later paying taxes is considered socialism instead of helping your nation, your joke is hilarious.

I think runaway spending by our own elected officials is a wee bit different that being at war with the Nazis and Imperial Japan.

Word.

Meh. Despite that historical speedbump, I think my point still is valid. Whatever happened to doing things for the good of the nation rather than doing them for yourself? Was that the 80s' fault?

I dunno. Sexual revolution?


Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?
 
2012-12-31 03:58:10 PM

david_gaithersburg: Lupine Chemist: david_gaithersburg: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

.
You either do not live on the West Coast or the North East, or you have yet to enter the workforce. $250k is low middle income in the DC region.

While certainly not rich, don't lie and call it low there either. That's on the upper middle class side of things even around there to be sure. Sorry if you moved to Potomac, MD and you "feel" poor, but you don't get to say it's not a lot of money because you don't have any left after spending it all on expensive things.

.
The cheapest house in MoCo is $350K, and that's for a tear down. So yeah, $250K is low.


Making 2/3 of your housing value a year isn't low. Most make half or less they're house value.
 
2012-12-31 03:58:25 PM

Nabb1: When you prepare your income tax return, there is a place on it for you to pay additional sums above and beyond your tax liability. If you feel it your civic duty to do more, I encourage you to do so.


Funding a government using voluntary contributions?  Why not just strip away any pretense and make it a MegaMillions Lottery system? Lots of states already pay for public educational responsibilities this way because they can't be bothered to act like adults. The voluntary part will run actual responsibilities--the mandatory taxation will be redistributed via defense spending and corporate welfare---you know--the important stuff.
 
2012-12-31 03:58:42 PM

bulldg4life: I'm always amazed at how these threads are filled with people that struggle to understand the progressive tax structure.


I'm always amazed at how people who claim to be rich want to do so little for their country in return. But, honestly I don't believe the wealthy have a nation. They are really Postnational. Arguing economics for "good of the nation" is probably a waste of time.
 
2012-12-31 03:58:47 PM
Screencap of the behind-the-scenes negotiations:

www.tvchoicemagazine.co.uk

"Members of the Tea Party! I give you ONE last chance. Accept the deal and avert the Fiscal Cliff...."

followed by.....

"....then, I am so so sorry. This will be your undoing, and remember that you did this to yourselves...."
 
2012-12-31 03:59:24 PM

lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.


Oh, stop whining. You act like the country owes you something because you're successful, not the other way around.
 
2012-12-31 03:59:34 PM

TofuTheAlmighty: A deal that doesn't obviate the debt limit, gains a pathetic $800 billion in revenue, and takes an axe to Social Security (which is practically irrelevant to the deficit).

Obama is the worst poker player alive.


I hate to admit it, but I agree with you. I would have rather seen us go off the cliff and come back with DOD cuts and some Medicare cuts and tax rate increase. I voted for Obama bit I was hoping he would be tougher in negotiations. Republicans would get the blame for it anyway so why compromise on key issues like SS?

/IMHO
 
2012-12-31 04:00:14 PM

McCaesar: Too late for Headline of the Year?


HAHA, yeah, finally an actually funny headline on this site.
 
2012-12-31 04:00:54 PM

Somacandra: Nabb1: When you prepare your income tax return, there is a place on it for you to pay additional sums above and beyond your tax liability. If you feel it your civic duty to do more, I encourage you to do so.

Funding a government using voluntary contributions?  Why not just strip away any pretense and make it a MegaMillions Lottery system? Lots of states already pay for public educational responsibilities this way because they can't be bothered to act like adults. The voluntary part will run actual responsibilities--the mandatory taxation will be redistributed via defense spending and corporate welfare---you know--the important stuff.


No, if you feel that you really ought to pay more than you are legally required, you are free to do so.  Obviously, some taxation has to be compulsory.
 
2012-12-31 04:00:58 PM

19 Kilo: Wangiss: AngryPanda: Wangiss: Nabb1: AngryPanda: Cataholic: Shut up and give 'til it hurts, citizen!

People gave their personal money to the government to use for war efforts in WW2, but you know, because 60 years later paying taxes is considered socialism instead of helping your nation, your joke is hilarious.

I think runaway spending by our own elected officials is a wee bit different that being at war with the Nazis and Imperial Japan.

Word.

Meh. Despite that historical speedbump, I think my point still is valid. Whatever happened to doing things for the good of the nation rather than doing them for yourself? Was that the 80s' fault?

I dunno. Sexual revolution?

Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?


Penis goes where?
 
2012-12-31 04:01:05 PM

Orange-Pippin: bulldg4life: I'm always amazed at how these threads are filled with people that struggle to understand the progressive tax structure.

I'm always amazed at how people who claim to be rich want to do so little for their country in return. But, honestly I don't believe the wealthy have a nation. They are really Postnational. Arguing economics for "good of the nation" is probably a waste of time.


Hey, donate to the IRS for stuff!

That's why we only send those that vote for war in to battle and when people want to cut spending....we take from them first.
 
2012-12-31 04:01:13 PM

MindStalker: The cheapest house in MoCo is $350K, and that's for a tear down. So yeah, $250K is low.

Making 2/3 of your housing value a year isn't low. Most make half or less they're house value.


Besides the fact that the premise is false. I'm willing to ascribe that to d_g being ignorant and lazy rather than a liar, though.
 
2012-12-31 04:01:16 PM
I see that Buffet and the hedge fundies still get to hold onto their 15% tax rate. Link
 
2012-12-31 04:01:20 PM

ProfessorOhki: Nabb1: AngryPanda: Wangiss: Nabb1: AngryPanda: Cataholic: Shut up and give 'til it hurts, citizen!

People gave their personal money to the government to use for war efforts in WW2, but you know, because 60 years later paying taxes is considered socialism instead of helping your nation, your joke is hilarious.

I think runaway spending by our own elected officials is a wee bit different that being at war with the Nazis and Imperial Japan.

Word.

Meh. Despite that historical speedbump, I think my point still is valid. Whatever happened to doing things for the good of the nation rather than doing them for yourself? Was that the 80s' fault?

During WWII, people of all income levels bought war bonds.  When you prepare your income tax return, there is a place on it for you to pay additional sums above and beyond your tax liability.  If you feel it your civic duty to do more, I encourage you to do so.

Correct me if I'm wrong here, but war bonds are still bonds. You're not giving the money away; just investing it in the government rather than a bank, right?


That's correct. Giving extra in your tax check is a give-away. Buying a bond is an investment and you will get something back, maybe only what you paid, but it's something and it's contractual. His example is no good.
 
2012-12-31 04:01:36 PM
Income tax rates in Kazakhstan are wicked low.
 
2012-12-31 04:01:54 PM

thenewmissus: TofuTheAlmighty: A deal that doesn't obviate the debt limit, gains a pathetic $800 billion in revenue, and takes an axe to Social Security (which is practically irrelevant to the deficit).

Obama is the worst poker player alive.

I hate to admit it, but I agree with you. I would have rather seen us go off the cliff and come back with DOD cuts and some Medicare cuts and tax rate increase. I voted for Obama bit I was hoping he would be tougher in negotiations. Republicans would get the blame for it anyway so why compromise on key issues like SS?

/IMHO


but (FTFM).
 
2012-12-31 04:02:16 PM

Wangiss: Orange-Pippin: Wangiss: Orange-Pippin: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

Taxes is not a penalty. It's part of living in a civilized non-pit of horse poo. We (about 90% of America) have supported your tax breaks with, cuts to social programs, education, infrastructure (not to mention corporate welfare) for years. It's time to pay your due. Sorry, but as much as you guys think your supporting us, we are tired of supporting you.

...by taking less and less of your money.

For the record, paying taxes is not "taking" anything. As an American I pay up and now it's your turn. Sorry.

That's true. Exacting taxes by threat of incarceration is taking, though. If I sent a couple guys to your house with guns to cart you off to live in a concrete box because you didn't give me money, I'd be a bad guy... unless everybody else says they want your money, too, in which case I'm a very, very good guy. Should a government be established so that no man need fear another? "Hello no! Moar government!!!"


They don't send you to jail for not paying your taxes. They send you to jail if they can prove you're deliberately trying to cheat the system, i.e. hiding income.
 
2012-12-31 04:02:35 PM

ProfessorOhki: Correct me if I'm wrong here, but war bonds are still bonds. You're not giving the money away; just investing it in the government rather than a bank, right?


I believe you are correct, but I don't think the interest rate is all that terrific.  Treasury bonds pay out a very low rate, but it's tax-free and risk-free.
 
2012-12-31 04:02:44 PM
This should be posted in anything remotely relevant to the subject.


catmacros.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-12-31 04:02:45 PM

Orange-Pippin: bulldg4life: I'm always amazed at how these threads are filled with people that struggle to understand the progressive tax structure.

I'm always amazed at how people who claim to be rich want to do so little for their country in return. But, honestly I don't believe the wealthy have a nation. They are really Postnational. Arguing economics for "good of the nation" is probably a waste of time.


That's one of those epiphanies thinking people have. Why outsource to India when you can start in India? Et voila!
 
2012-12-31 04:02:48 PM

thenewmissus: TofuTheAlmighty: A deal that doesn't obviate the debt limit, gains a pathetic $800 billion in revenue, and takes an axe to Social Security (which is practically irrelevant to the deficit).

Obama is the worst poker player alive.

I hate to admit it, but I agree with you. I would have rather seen us go off the cliff and come back with DOD cuts and some Medicare cuts and tax rate increase. I voted for Obama bit I was hoping he would be tougher in negotiations. Republicans would get the blame for it anyway so why compromise on key issues like SS?

/IMHO


Ok, I'll bite. What is currently in the works that would affect SS? The republicans in the senate ceded that change late last night. It was off the table. Something change in the past hour?
 
2012-12-31 04:02:52 PM

Orange-Pippin: bulldg4life: I'm always amazed at how these threads are filled with people that struggle to understand the progressive tax structure.

I'm always amazed at how people who claim to be rich want to do so little for their country in return. But, honestly I don't believe the wealthy have a nation. They are really Postnational. Arguing economics for "good of the nation" is probably a waste of time.


And I'm always amazed by just how many of the non-wealthy will line up to suck some wealthy cock.
 
2012-12-31 04:03:02 PM
I can't wait to see a deal made at the last hour and Republicans declare victory at averting the fiscal cliff. They will whine a bit about some concessions they had to make but also say it was all they could do against an obstructionist Obama and his democrats. They will then spend the next year doing absolutely nothing till another crisis shows up and they actually have to do work again.
 
2012-12-31 04:03:33 PM

Orange-Pippin: I'm always amazed at how people who claim to be rich want to do so little for their country in return.


Be not amazed, for this is why they're rich. They work hard, sure, but they also work the angles. They find the outs, they find the breaks, deals, and hiding places. It is what one does who wishes to be rich.
 
2012-12-31 04:04:26 PM

jfivealive: Pincy: Britney Spear's Speculum: Jake Steed: Government should do what a responsible American would do in the same situation. STOP spending so much and live within your means, its all very simple.

One thing Americans can do to live within their means is to not have more children than they can afford. The government can discourage this by penalizing people who have more than 2 children.

Newsletter?

Seriously, stop giving tax breaks for having kids.

With an exemption for people who have twins when they already have one kid, and for people who have triplets. Cause that just wouldn't be fair.


There are no "tax breaks for having kids". Let's say you split your salary among your 3 kids and yourself so that each of you had 1/4 your income. You then filled taxes as single no kids and your kids all did the same, in the vast majority of cases you'd pay less, except you can't do this, they are dependant, your earning salary for all 4 of you.
 
2012-12-31 04:04:44 PM

Cheesus: Wangiss: Orange-Pippin: Wangiss: Orange-Pippin: lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.

Taxes is not a penalty. It's part of living in a civilized non-pit of horse poo. We (about 90% of America) have supported your tax breaks with, cuts to social programs, education, infrastructure (not to mention corporate welfare) for years. It's time to pay your due. Sorry, but as much as you guys think your supporting us, we are tired of supporting you.

...by taking less and less of your money.

For the record, paying taxes is not "taking" anything. As an American I pay up and now it's your turn. Sorry.

That's true. Exacting taxes by threat of incarceration is taking, though. If I sent a couple guys to your house with guns to cart you off to live in a concrete box because you didn't give me money, I'd be a bad guy... unless everybody else says they want your money, too, in which case I'm a very, very good guy. Should a government be established so that no man need fear another? "Hello no! Moar government!!!"

They don't send you to jail for not paying your taxes. They send you to jail if they can prove you're deliberately trying to cheat the system, i.e. hiding income.


What do they do if you don't pay your taxes?
 
2012-12-31 04:04:49 PM

lenfromak: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

Yeah, penalize even moderately successful people like me.


QQ moar
 
2012-12-31 04:04:50 PM
How could McCain turn into such a low-life?
 
2012-12-31 04:04:58 PM

david_gaithersburg: Lupine Chemist: david_gaithersburg: sonnyboy11: Please do not set it at $400k and up. Stay at $250k. Thx

.
You either do not live on the West Coast or the North East, or you have yet to enter the workforce. $250k is low middle income in the DC region.

While certainly not rich, don't lie and call it low there either. That's on the upper middle class side of things even around there to be sure. Sorry if you moved to Potomac, MD and you "feel" poor, but you don't get to say it's not a lot of money because you don't have any left after spending it all on expensive things.

.
The cheapest house in MoCo is $350K, and that's for a tear down. So yeah, $250K is low.


lolwut? I bought my house in MoCo for $310k - move in ready. It's pretty freakin nice too. It was also the most expensive of the houses I looked at and I looked at a cool 2-3 dozen before settling.

On the other hand, if you're worried about having to pay $350k for a teardown, I can point you to someone who'd be willing to part with a very nice move-in ready house for a cool $400k. Think of how much you'd be saving!
 
2012-12-31 04:05:47 PM

Pincy: And I'm always amazed by just how many of the non-wealthy will line up to suck some wealthy cock.


Because you can sell that rich-guy jism on the open market for big moneys.
 
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