How to effectively avoid the payroll tax rate hike!

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    How to effectively avoid the payroll tax rate hike!

    1. Compute the amount of money you've saved in payroll taxes since the payroll holiday was passed in 2010.

    2. Write a check in that amount to the U.S. Treasury.

    3. Send to the government.

    4. Then you'll be just as good as if the payroll tax never occurred and there was never an decrease or increase in its amount.
     
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    5) Be an Obama freeloader
     
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    The payroll tax is regressive you ignoramous
     
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    This from a Oblamer voter, what do you expect...

    Another fine example that you can't fix stupid...
     
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    I've already spent it on booze.
     
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    Really, here's what you of your Dem Gods said about it, he considered it insurance to keep the program going.

    Dec. 3, 2011 (updated Dec. 6) — In 1941, six years after the passage of the Social Security Act, President Franklin Roosevelt was asked about the logic of funding Social Security with a dedicated payroll tax.

    “We put those pay roll contributions there so as to give the contributors a legal, moral, and political right to collect their pensions and their unemployment benefits,” he reportedly responded. “With those taxes in there, no damn politician can ever scrap my social security program.”

    FDR to Congress: don
     
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    Wow! Awesome slogan!
     
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    1941 huh?
     
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    Awesome slogan!
     

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