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Republicans Lock In Their Losing Position Against Biden's American Jobs Plan

Smokin' OP

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The Reagan tax cut was huge. The top rate fell from 70 percent to 50 percent. The tax cut didn’t pay for itself.

Why do you feel that?
NOT what I 'feel", that's what the treasury department stated, they are the $$$ counters.
Less taxes coming in less $$$, pretty simple.
 

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It’s clear smokin been doing a great deal of smokin the whacky and drinking the koolaid. It is very clear he has no tolerance toward or for that matter understanding the concept of free market based economies and negative effect taxes have on job creation and prosperity. Apparently he believes the means of production, markets, and personal choice should be controlled by the government and accumulated wealth belong to the state. Why he remains in this country is a mystery.
You're FOS.
"Free market economies"?
WTF?
Like every other country on earth, except a few?

"negative effect taxes have on job creation and prosperity".
Name one US company or any company in the world that went out of business because of taxes?
Not back taxes that they owed.
Name one company that laid off their workers because of taxes?
Not back taxes that they owed.

Apparently you are fine with corporations running our government and writing US laws.
 

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Name one US company or any company in the world that went out of business because of taxes?

Can you name one that moved to another country because of taxes?
To another state because of taxes?
 

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You're FOS.
"Free market economies"?
WTF?
Like every other country on earth, except a few?

"negative effect taxes have on job creation and prosperity".
Name one US company or any company in the world that went out of business because of taxes?
Not back taxes that they owed.
Name one company that laid off their workers because of taxes?
Not back taxes that they owed.

Apparently you are fine with corporations running our government and writing US laws.
Rule number 1) it’s a waste of time to discuss issues with an uneducated national socialist.
Rule number 2) never enter a discussion with a person who is incapable of admitting error in judgement or reasoning.
Rule number 3) in a discussion, education, common sense, and actual experience, are of no value when a person’s political narrative and political doctrine is all they have.
Rule number 4) it’s all about the facts Jack and when the facts indicate otherwise it’s best to walk away then waste your time.
Rule number 5) respect others opinions and be strong enough to laugh and walk away.

When you grow up you will understand.
 

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Can you name one that moved to another country because of taxes?
To another state because of taxes?
Yep.
December 16 2016
The company that owns Carrier will receive $7 million worth of tax breaks over 10 years from Indiana to keep 1,000 jobs in the state, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Carrier confirmed the news Thursday in a statement, writing that the deal is contingent upon factors including employment, job retention and capital investment.
The company this week reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence to keep the jobs in the state, after announcing earlier this year it would shut down a plant in Indianapolis and move manufacturing to Mexico.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 15, 2016) – Millions of dollars were given to Carrier to keep their production plant in Indianapolis. The company announced last week that they were moving the plant, along with its 1,400 jobs, to Mexico, in order to cut costs.

That announcement received a ton of national backlash and now, city and state governments may be demanding money back that Carrier was given to stay in Indiana.

Carrier cited high costs as the reason they decided to move the plant to Mexico. Carrier’s parent company, a Fortune 500 company, profited $56 billion in 2015.
 

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Rule number 1) it’s a waste of time to discuss issues with an uneducated national socialist.
Rule number 2) never enter a discussion with a person who is incapable of admitting error in judgement or reasoning.
Rule number 3) in a discussion, education, common sense, and actual experience, are of no value when a person’s political narrative and political doctrine is all they have.
Rule number 4) it’s all about the facts Jack and when the facts indicate otherwise it’s best to walk away then waste your time.
Rule number 5) respect others opinions and be strong enough to laugh and walk away.

When you grow up you will understand.
Exactly, good riddance, moron.
 

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Yep.
December 16 2016
The company that owns Carrier will receive $7 million worth of tax breaks over 10 years from Indiana to keep 1,000 jobs in the state, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Carrier confirmed the news Thursday in a statement, writing that the deal is contingent upon factors including employment, job retention and capital investment.
The company this week reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence to keep the jobs in the state, after announcing earlier this year it would shut down a plant in Indianapolis and move manufacturing to Mexico.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 15, 2016) – Millions of dollars were given to Carrier to keep their production plant in Indianapolis. The company announced last week that they were moving the plant, along with its 1,400 jobs, to Mexico, in order to cut costs.

That announcement received a ton of national backlash and now, city and state governments may be demanding money back that Carrier was given to stay in Indiana.

Carrier cited high costs as the reason they decided to move the plant to Mexico. Carrier’s parent company, a Fortune 500 company, profited $56 billion in 2015.
And this effects you how?
 

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And this effects you how?
And this effects you how?
So, Trump free $$$ for a companies exporting US jobs, GOOD.
Biden's free $$$ for companies creating US jobs, BAD.

Someone has to make up the difference and it won't be the people who moved with Carrier to Mexico.

The news came as a complete shock to the 1,400 employees at the Indianapolis plant last week, especially considering the company agreed to a multi-million dollar expansion in 2011. The city provided a six year tax abatement, which got Carrier out of paying nearly $1 million in city property taxes.

Someone will have to make up that difference too.
 

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Yep.
December 16 2016
The company that owns Carrier will receive $7 million worth of tax breaks over 10 years from Indiana to keep 1,000 jobs in the state, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Carrier confirmed the news Thursday in a statement, writing that the deal is contingent upon factors including employment, job retention and capital investment.
The company this week reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence to keep the jobs in the state, after announcing earlier this year it would shut down a plant in Indianapolis and move manufacturing to Mexico.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 15, 2016) – Millions of dollars were given to Carrier to keep their production plant in Indianapolis. The company announced last week that they were moving the plant, along with its 1,400 jobs, to Mexico, in order to cut costs.

That announcement received a ton of national backlash and now, city and state governments may be demanding money back that Carrier was given to stay in Indiana.

Carrier cited high costs as the reason they decided to move the plant to Mexico. Carrier’s parent company, a Fortune 500 company, profited $56 billion in 2015.


What Is a Corporate Inversion?

A corporate inversion—also called a tax inversion—is a process by which companies, primarily based in the U.S., relocate operations overseas to reduce their income tax burden.


I know it won't be easy for you, at your advanced age, but try to educate yourself.
 

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The economy didn't boom?
Inflation wasn't killed?

You're a special kind of stupid, aren't you?
Right Trumptard, the ONLY president to have two recessions during his term.
Reagan tripled the debt.
The most corrupt president in history, until Trump came along.

You're a special kind of gaslighting retard.
 

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What Is a Corporate Inversion?

A corporate inversion—also called a tax inversion—is a process by which companies, primarily based in the U.S., relocate operations overseas to reduce their income tax burden.


I know it won't be easy for you, at your advanced age, but try to educate yourself.
Yeah, after the company gets a tax break to preserve jobs?
Corporate "inversion" had nothing to do with Carrier.
What a retard.
 

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Right Trumptard, the ONLY president to have two recessions during his term.
Reagan tripled the debt.
The most corrupt president in history, until Trump came along.

You're a special kind of gaslighting retard.

the ONLY president to have two recessions during his term.
Reagan tripled the debt.


Reagan had two recessions? Show me.
 

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Yeah, after the company gets a tax break to preserve jobs?
Corporate "inversion" had nothing to do with Carrier.
What a retard.

Did you already forget what we're discussing? Are you drunk?

Can you name one that moved to another country because of taxes?
To another state because of taxes?



So, what were you ignorantly saying again? DURR
 

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the ONLY president to have two recessions during his term.
Reagan tripled the debt.


Reagan had two recessions? Show me.
1981 and the stock market crash and recession of 1987.

1980 debt- $0.9 trillion
1989 debt- $2.8 trillion.
 

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Did you already forget what we're discussing? Are you drunk?

Can you name one that moved to another country because of taxes?
To another state because of taxes?



So, what were you ignorantly saying again? DURR
Did you already forget what we're discussing? Are you drunk?

Can you name one that moved to another country because of taxes?
To another state because of taxes?



So, what were you ignorantly saying again? DURR
You're a retard.

Carrier never mentioned "corporate inversion" as an excuse for moving to Mexico, YOU DID.

February 16 2016
Millions of dollars were given to Carrier to keep their production plant in Indianapolis. The company announced last week that they were moving the plant, along with its 1,400 jobs, to Mexico, in order to cut costs.
Carrier cited high costs as the reason they decided to move the plant to Mexico.

I believe they do that, it is a thing but not after receiving $7 million from the Trump regime and another $5.1 million from the state.

You're a moron, like your dear leader.
 

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Carrier never mentioned "corporate inversion" as an excuse for moving to Mexico, YOU DID.

Because that's not why they moved, cretin.
I never mentioned Carrier, YOU DID! LOL!


Can you name one that moved to another country because of taxes?
To another state because of taxes?

Or doesn't that ever happen?
 

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