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I'm sick of all you commie pinko liberals saying that Governor Romney's tax plan doesn't exist or isn't physically possible. So what if every single reputable study done on the matter says a 20% tax cut across the board isn't possible without massive damage to the middle class? All you libtard hippies can suck on these details:
When it comes to his tax plan, don't let Mitt Romney give you the runaround.
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I think I'll take my advice from someone that knows the difference between fiscally and physically. Thanks though.
Seems like an unbiased website.
Eh, if you can find me some concrete details on Romney's tax plan, I'll be glad to edit my OP.
Instead, let's just wait for some dumb hillbilly republican jesus freak to try explain to us why it might not be a good idea to continuously spend more as long as we continuously raise taxes on the rich. They'll probably drop that tired old Margaret Thatcher line about running out of other peoples money. What a bunch of dopes.
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Reputable study = study that supports your view.
Lol at a Lib calling someone a dope.
Give me one single reputable study that says that Mitt Romney's nonexistent tax plan is feasible. Just one.
"Hey, I know! I'll refute this guy's post about Mitt Romney's tax plan by posting something that is in no way, shape or form related to Mitt Romney's tax plan! BRILLIANT!"
You want me to prove a non existent tax plan is feasible? So, no one has a clue as to the details of Romneys tax plan, but that doesn't stop them from completing a reputable study? How's that work!
I don't think Romney is the perfect candidate and he can be very vague on some of his policies. But, if I asked you this same question back in 08, but with regards to Obama, could you have provided "concrete" details on how Obama planned to reduce the deficit, decrease unemployment, minimize government spending, et cetera ?
I'm not necessarily deflecting, just want to get your take?
The only major detail Romney has released is that he's promising a 20% tax cut across the board that, in his words, won't hurt the middle class. Show me just one single reputable study that says that that's possible without harming the middle class, that's all I ask.
And of course, this is all sidestepping the ridiculous idea that a candidate can run for president and not release a single detail of his tax plan to the public. Seriously, that's like a random high schooler asking Nick Saban to give him a scholarship because the he'll win a Heisman, but then refusing to tell Saban how he plans to win that Heisman. It's just laughable.
Fvck it! RON PAUL.
Show me what exactly Romneys plan is?? Then show me what Obamas plan is? Because under the last four years with the turd with ears the middle class has been buried and he has rung more debt than all of the presidents before him combined. Their is only one thing that is clear if you support Obama you are too stupid for your own good, or are anti-American.
even in the words of Biden, " middle class has been buried the last four years.”
Man, you are priceless. You're like the perfect caricature of an angry conservative with no solid grasp of politics.
The entire point of this post is that I can't show you Romney's plan, because he doesn't have one beyond vague platitudes and broad overblown promises that aren't fiscally possible.
Here's some examples: minimize govt. spending - one of the first things Obama pledged to do was repeal the Bush tax cuts. He also supported ending the war in Iraq immediately, and had a detailed plan to remove the troops, brigade by brigade, ultimately culminating in complete withdrawal to leave Iraq under its own provisional government.
Reduce the deficit - Obama laid out a budget plan to reduce the deficit from a projected 10% of GDP to around 3% through (among other things) increases in the capital gains tax rate, cutting Medicare Advantage subsidies to insurance companies, and a reduction in spending on private military contractors.
Decrease unemployment - Significant stimulus package coupled with American Jobs Act.
like I said you are too stupid for your own good. I asked if Obama had a plan, or is it to continue to spend money we don't have and keep the middle class down.
Romney gave the principles of his plan, the specifics will be ironed out when working together with both sides. You are atypical liberal douce, when all else fails blame someone else and attack them without coming with any good solutions on your own.
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