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Arguing about tax bills?

What are you, on dope?

Congress needs a billion page tax system to hide the shit that people pay them for to stick in there. If you want a solution demand simplification regardless of your party preference.

This is just another swamp abortion. And cutting taxes isn't going to bring down the republic and deficits only matter to the party not doling out the cash.

Lather rinse repeat
AZDuckSwayedoogiepawzDude61YellowSnowsalemcoogallpurpleallgoldFenderbender123MikeDamone

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  • 2001400ex2001400ex Posts: 11,651
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    What are you, on dope?

    Congress needs a billion page tax system to hide the shit that people pay them for to stick in there. If you want a solution demand simplification regardless of your party preference.

    This is just another swamp abortion. And cutting taxes isn't going to bring down the republic and deficits only matter to the party not doling out the cash.

    Lather rinse repeat

    Holy shit race, we agree. This "tax reform" does nothing to simplify the code, it just changes some after the fact calculations in a computer. The reality is, the determination of income is the real issue with the tax code and this bill doesn't touch that.
    AZDuckdoogiepawzPitchfork51MikeDamone
  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 13,662
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    DRIAN THE SAWMP
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  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 3,722
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    Mostly agree and the tax code needs to be greatly simplified; and to have "market distortions" removed that are either (a) counterproductive (i.e., negative, unintended consequences) and (b) only favored narrow minded interests. All that being said Jake Browning sucks both parties are in the business of doling out the cash when it comes to federal spending that most drives our? structural deficits. Keep the Governments hands off my Medicare and Social Security. In other words, 'Mericans (inc a majority of GOP voters) want their Euro style, welfare state, but don't want to pay the taxes necessary to support it.

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  • 2001400ex2001400ex Posts: 11,651
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    Mostly agree and the tax code needs to be greatly simplified; and to have "market distortions" removed that are either (a) counterproductive (i.e., negative, unintended consequences) and (b) only favored narrow minded interests. All that being said Jake Browning sucks both parties are in the business of doling out the cash when it comes to federal spending that most drives our? structural deficits. Keep the Governments hands off my Medicare and Social Security. In other words, 'Mericans (inc a majority of GOP voters) want their Euro style, welfare state, but don't want to pay the taxes necessary to support it.

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    The only difference between parties: One is tax and spend, the other is cut tax and spend.

    But looking at that chart, clearly we spend too much on education and welfare and not enough on defense.
    MikeDamone
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,439
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    What are you, on dope?

    Congress needs a billion page tax system to hide the shit that people pay them for to stick in there. If you want a solution demand simplification regardless of your party preference.

    This is just another swamp abortion. And cutting taxes isn't going to bring down the republic and deficits only matter to the party not doling out the cash.

    Lather rinse repeat

    My only regret is that somehow Hondo clung on the edge of the drain once the plug was pulled.
    pawzFire_Marshall_BillPitchfork51
  • LebamDawgLebamDawg Posts: 391
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    2001400ex said:

    Mostly agree and the tax code needs to be greatly simplified; and to have "market distortions" removed that are either (a) counterproductive (i.e., negative, unintended consequences) and (b) only favored narrow minded interests. All that being said Jake Browning sucks both parties are in the business of doling out the cash when it comes to federal spending that most drives our? structural deficits. Keep the Governments hands off my Medicare and Social Security. In other words, 'Mericans (inc a majority of GOP voters) want their Euro style, welfare state, but don't want to pay the taxes necessary to support it.

    image

    The only difference between parties: One is tax and spend, the other is cut tax and spend.

    But looking at that chart, clearly we spend too much on education and welfare and not enough on defense.
    What the hell do the FEDs do for education? nothing other than making stoopid rules, but we do spend too much on pensions - need to terminate old ex-government employees
  • 2001400ex2001400ex Posts: 11,651
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    LebamDawg said:

    2001400ex said:

    Mostly agree and the tax code needs to be greatly simplified; and to have "market distortions" removed that are either (a) counterproductive (i.e., negative, unintended consequences) and (b) only favored narrow minded interests. All that being said Jake Browning sucks both parties are in the business of doling out the cash when it comes to federal spending that most drives our? structural deficits. Keep the Governments hands off my Medicare and Social Security. In other words, 'Mericans (inc a majority of GOP voters) want their Euro style, welfare state, but don't want to pay the taxes necessary to support it.

    image

    The only difference between parties: One is tax and spend, the other is cut tax and spend.

    But looking at that chart, clearly we spend too much on education and welfare and not enough on defense.
    What the hell do the FEDs do for education? nothing other than making stoopid rules, but we do spend too much on pensions - need to terminate old ex-government employees
    I'm guessing social security and ex military counts in the pensions category. Outside of that, civilians receiving a pension didn't pay into, and don't receive, social security unless they meet the 40 quarters of non government employment.
    MikeDamone
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