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Old 09-07-2011, 12:26 PM   #6
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You mean we didn't get more money by spending money?

Are you sure?

Wow. . .that plan seemed water tight.


Another issue I have with the tax cuts is that many companies scrounged and cut wages so they could keep everyone on staff and not let anyone go. Instead of rewarding the companies that kept people working, we're going to reward the one's who let people go and now want to bring a couple back for tax cuts?

Tax cuts AND more spending? If my wife and I were having trouble making ends meet, how would she react if I said "I've got it! I'll take a new job making less money, and we'll start spending more!"

I don't think she'd go for it.

Instead of trying to force companies to hire people, why don't we find ways to support small to meduim sized businesses? They'll hire when they can, do people right, and kickstart the economy at the local level. Once local economies start to stabalize, state and National won't be far behind.
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