Give Obama's Stimulus back NOW!

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    Well, here we are at the time when we get the last paycheck and see just how much we have to give back to Obama. He was SOOOOOOOO generous to lone us money this year. He loaned it to us in payments so we can pay it back all at once. Such a nice guy!

    You need a link to back up these facts.
    Now comes the pay back time. Mine is about $600, others may be more or maybe less. But, if you ask to pay it back in payments as you got it, you will pay INTEREST! Lots of it.

    We knew it was coming. I never could find a way to ask him not to make the loan to me, so I am stuck with it.

    Obama is deceptive, and I know that 50% or more of Americans don't even know the stimulus even came, now they will be upset that it has to be paid back. He knew Americans were that way. Americans are apathetic, push-overs.

    This president needs to be removed from office ASAP. He needs to have to work hard labor for a year, and pay high taxes, and high insurance payments, with high co-payments.

    He also needs to then be sent back to his country and not allowed to return to America.

    I have to be kind so I don't have the FBI on my back. So the above kind words are the best I can do.

    Obama, I love you enough to pray for you from time to time, and to pray that you will get saved. I love you enough that if you were drowning I would try to help, even risking my own life. However, I hate what you stand for and are doing to thie great country.

    Please at least seek God for personal help, if not for national help. Please don't call yourself a Christian if you continue to serve other gods.

    Yes, America is in trouble, and I doubt we will stop it.
     
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    Greatest thread ever.
     
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    we are in deep trouble
     
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    does anyone really believe that the O/P got a loan he didn't want?

    Didn't think so.
     
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    Send him back to his country?

    what a lying taintwallow
     
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    I knew from the get-go I'd have to return that money because I have two jobs. When I tried to explain that to married people, many really didn't get it. Now they do. It was a bait and switch just like this ridiculous "health care reform" "But we thought it would SAVE money!" That's why the libs love to call the teapartiers dumb. They knew about the scam all along and laugh at those who trusted.

    Wasn't it Reagan who said something about the biggest lie being "I'm from the govt and I'm here to help you".Change help to "fuck you up the bung hole".
     
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    When the government wants to give me money, let them give it to me. If I don't ask for it, I don't want it. I have not used any credit since 1999. If I cannot pay for something in cash, I don't get it.

    So, no I did not want the money then, and did not have a choice. If it were a gift, of course I would have wanted it. It was not a gift, and I did not ask for or want a loan. It will only stimulate anger and bitterness.
     
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    This thread makes zero sense. There was no loan issued.
     
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    You need to explain this better. I don't remember a loan either. I do remember a stimulus check, but my understanding was that it was a taxable refund.

    Could you please provide a link to explain what this is all about?
     
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    The stimulus checks were during the Bush administration and functioned as an early tax credit. The amount was technically a credit on your return for 2008, but was received early (if, like me, you qualified for the credit based on 2008 earnings, but did not receive the amount at the time, it was added to your tax refund).

    This argument has came up about the Making Work Pay tax credit included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (aka, the stimulus bill). The bill included a provision for a payroll tax credit for individuals that phases out starting at 75k a year for individuals (150k for couples). Instead of including the credit as part of 2009 tax returns, the withholding tables were adjusted so that the money would be released in small amounts over the course of the year, instead of issuing it as a lump sum either last year or on your tax return this year. Some people have taken to calling this credit a loan, since they, incorrectly, believe it has to be repaid on your tax return.
     

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