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I'm not sure being cashless could ever be 100% secure but imagine doing so would probably eliminate our budget deficit. Drug dealers and prostitutes alone paying taxes would probably raise billions. I'm sure there are many others that avoid taxes now, but would have a hard time doing so if every transaction had to go t...more
"according to this headline, obama is NOT focused on the economy like a laser beam."
Fool. The only power a president has to create jobs is to spend money and your side opposes that. He could stand around and have pictures taken with a concerned look. Would that make you feel better?
The right wing keeps screaming about entitlement spending under Obama but can't point to a single thing he did to increase spending on anything. Obama is simply providing the benefits the millions that lost their jobs under Bush became eligible for. You can complain about the cost of welfare, Medicaid and food stamps b...more
Maybe it's time they quit trying to appease those that hate their food and cater to those who made them the success that they are. McDonalds food was better when they had the higher fat burgers and cooked their fries in lard. Add the salads and low fat crap for the women but try making better burgers not lower fat ones...more
IQ: Make things up much?
What is the United States national gas tax rate?
The United States federal excise tax on gasoline is 18.4 cents per gallon (cpg) and 24.4 cents per gallon (cpg) for diesel fuel. On average, as of April 2012, state and local taxes add 31.1 cents to gasoline and 30.2 cents to diesel for a tot...more
I doubt prices will hit levels they did during the 80's as countries such as China and India are expanding too quickly. Likely if prices dropped the rate of growth would skyrocket. Hard to see the U.S. becoming more self sufficient as any thing but good. Hopefully the authors prediction of growth in renewable areas wil...more
Amazing how those on the right claim Obama has created all this new spending without ever having a budget. Sorry he's just paying Bush's bills. The bills are a lot bigger since the great Bush meltdown. Many democrats agree with less government spending just not in the area's you do. Cut the military and stop the wars. ...more
Romney promised to allow 1.25 million tech workers to receive green cards claiming a shortage. According to unemployment tables there were twice as many tech workers still unemployed since the meltdown than there was before. It's all about cheap labor, not filling shortages. Same as his plan to staple a green card to t...more