Senate Passed Unemployment Extension Better Stimulus Than A Tax Cut!

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    The Neanderthal Mantra of GOP Voodoo Economics is that deficit-creating tax cuts for the rich encourage spending. The reverse mantra is that deficit-creating unemployment benefits do not. That barely surfaces in the attached, but Democratic unemployment benefits extension is shown to directly encourage spending in the market-place, which the GOP opposed!

    Jobless benefits extension clears Senate hurdle - Business - Stocks & economy - msnbc.com

    "Neanderthal" becomes a proper adjective, even, when discussing GOP "Conservative" thinking and solutions generally. The Governor of All of Baton Rouge, LA, offers the most recent compare and contrast.

    On the one hand, the great Socialist Leadership of the Democratic federal, administraive leadership, sought and encouraged a creative engagement in solving the Gulf Crisis, from clearly socially conscious BP: From the Start. The Republicans seemed more inclined to the "due process," like of class-action lawsuits, wherein claims are lucky to collect 10% of the amount. The Governor of All of Baton Rouge suggested piling up rocks, along the beaches.

    Opting instead for the more scientific, and socialist, approach: With support from the Socialist, U. S. federal aministrative leadership, BP deployed and created new tednologies able to contain and curtail new emergencies: Even in the future. A Socialist, Progressive, basis for further exploration was in fact encouraged and created.

    The rich more likely would take the money from the tax cuts, and put it into a cash account, noted even recently as an outcome of the Ivy League's own, "preservative stimulus," for the bail-out of state and local governments, and the teachers who caused the downturn in the first-place. The "preservatives" gummed up the usual stimulus effect of new projects: On a scale that the Ivy League could claim to be unprecedented.

    In contrast, projects were created in the Gulf Coast solutions, and in the projects implementation, by-passing even the Governor of All Baton Rouge, LA.

    And so there can now be rejoicing, even as the market place gains the $34.0 bil. in speniding the Republicans generally, refused to vote for.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Back on-shore: Apparently if it's rocks you got, then it's rocks you flaunt: As the GOP version of, "comprae and contrast" their way to the actual outcome in the federal legislatures, and at the spill site!)
     
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYNWztgHQtI"]YouTube - Rachel Maddow Uses Bush Sr Voodoo Economics Statement Against GOP Tax Cuts[/ame]
     
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    so the mother fucking demonRats forged right ahead and put us furthur into debt..
     
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    How do you feel about extending the Bush tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans?
     
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    A 5th extension for unemployment benefits. Just another delay on the road to eventual economic/social collapse.
     
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    why do you ask?
     
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    I actual lived this, so I know this data is correct. And I am not rich but was considered rich by the tax man.


    "According to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the Bush tax cuts actually shifted the total tax burden farther toward the rich so that in 2000-2004, total income tax paid by the top 40% of income-earners grew by 4.6% to 99.1% of the total."

    "This shift may have occurred because as the wealthy (who are arguably the most industrious and productive citizens) are better-incentivized to be industrious and productive through lower taxes, they create higher incomes for themselves and end up paying more taxes."


    American Thinker: Lying About Bush's Tax Cuts
     
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    American workers are worthless and only the CEOs are working for their money in the USA.

    That is what you are claiming now huh?
     
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    why do you ask?[/quote]

    Because that's how the mother effin demon-Repubs forge ahead and help put us further into debt.

    One of these ideas helps our citizens and puts money back into the economy immediately, and the other idea only helps to further strengthen the people in our society who need it the least, while adding to the deficit. Aren't all Repubs and Tea Partiers all deficit hawks right about now?
     
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    Really, greater income inequality? Resulting from Republican tax policy? That's unpossible!
     
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