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Ron Paul told the "truth" and was routed. Mitt Romney tried to go to the center and nearly lost the primary to those too far to the right to command a majority in a general election. Mitt's attempt to get back to a "center" was too little too late as Obama's press machine painted Romney the party of the rich and ou...more
LOL - OK, lots of good ideas in the comments on how to shut down oil prices. We can kill, regulate or at least level the playing field for speculators and we can do much more to lower consumption. What kills me is that Mirhaydari bet short in a big way about 2 weeks back. Just before the last runup on US and world m...more
I hear this will add $200-$300 per new car. What a great idea!! In the U.S., the men and women who bear children are so F'in stupid that we need to make every car sold more capable of not running them over.
I mean think about it - first you need a negligent parent then you need a negligent driver and you put them a...more
The cost of this huge out-of-control animal has become so much that it has to create the right to tax money from every available corner. Think about it - Sally the waitress in Paris pays France an income tax and then owes something to the US (just because she does not renounce her citizenship). Pleeeezeee.
Why are all the commenters so down on BooYah. He is just usually a little late to overstate the obvious. I like how he breaks down various companies that differentiate themselves from their sectors, even if he really isn't tuned in to where the sector might be going next
Sorry to post again, but the misinformation about taxes in these posts is RIDICULOUS. There are 47% who pay no federal income tax - yes, but they and their employer pay 15% or more into SS/Medicare. And as a percentage of income - that is roughly the same as what Warren Buffet pays.
Stop whining about the peopl...more
People worried about SS funding (as we all should be) are confused. They believe that the existing payroll tax cut has added to the social security underfunding problem. It has not. The 2% reduction was made up from other revenue sources (as it will be when/if it gets exteneded).
SS underfunding is a serious ...more
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