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Tax Relief Will Grow Economy

February 6, 2013

Taking less money out of Ohioans’ pockets while making it easier for small businesses to thrive seems like a clear path to more jobs and a better economy in the Buckeye Stat....

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daWraith

Feb-11-13 5:47 PM

Amen brother Hog!

8 out of 10 Americans AGREE its the SPENDING STUPID, but how did this POS get elected???

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LogHog

Feb-11-13 5:14 PM

Jimmy tax and spend carter's best gave us Ronald Reagan....Maybe Obummer can do better than carter since he is spending so much more..and with the taxes certain to go sky high, maybe obummer will give us results even better than carter...Man, we could use a Ronald Reagan Again

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daWraith

Feb-11-13 1:06 PM

Imphat, got any FACTS to refute, a&&hat??

Your toothless mouth is not a well recognized reference except on the decline and fall of the WV populace.

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daWraith

Feb-11-13 1:04 PM

Wheezerdawg, are you saying your Geriatric ears are atrophied as much as your brain???

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oldsteelmaker

Feb-11-13 1:00 PM

Dawg, I don't care who did the studies. Studies start with a conclusion, then look to find some support.

Look at the revenue to the Treasury. Dollars-in growth, good. Reagan almost doubled personal income tax revenue, while cutting the top rate by about 70%. That doesn't require a Nobel Prize to calculate.

The explosion in social spending was the result of the baseline, a Democrat innovation. It's what's killing us now. Where else but Washington would a 8% increase be a cut.

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Wheeldog

Feb-11-13 12:33 PM

dah, do you ever grow tired of talking to yourself??

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impact

Feb-11-13 11:01 AM

Fox News Poll, there's a way to put your finger on the pulse of LOSERS!

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 5:31 PM

"Moreover, nearly all voters are either extremely (32 percent) or very concerned (52 percent) about spending."

daFACTS, not the tired Liberal Talking point LIES.

BBBSWHAHAHAHAAAH!

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 5:30 PM

President Barack Obama will be speaking to a gloomy electorate when he delivers his State of the Union address on Tuesday.

Twice as many voters believe the country is weaker, rather than stronger, since Obama took office. In addition, by a 52-40 percent margin voters think the worst is yet to come on the economy. And more than eight in 10 disagree with the president’s notion that the government doesn’t have a spending problem.

These are some of the findings from the latest Fox News poll released Thursday.

During recent budget negotiations, Obama reportedly said he doesn’t believe the government has a spending problem. Most voters -- 83 percent -- disagree. That includes most Republicans (97 percent), independents (87 percent) and Democrats (69 percent).

In addition, out of 13 issues tested, more voters are “extremely” concerned about government spending than any other issue.

BBBWHAHAHAHAAH!

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 5:27 PM

Hilarious that NOBAMA chose NOT to repeal the Bush Tax cuts except for a handful of rich, and even took credit for them as his OWN.

Even more Hilarious trying to BLAME the DISMAL ECONOMIC NEWS on the DEFENSE CUTS because GOP did not agree with him!!!!

SOOOOOO if DEFENSE cuts are GOOD, why is NOBAMA whining about the economy being hurt by TINY cuts in Q4-2012, yet his own proposed idiotic plan MOSTLY cut the defense budget?????

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 5:24 PM

Wienerdawg, YOU were the one that brought up Reagan liberal talking points in the first place, not the conservatives.

Now get the facts straight, Smallville dumba&&:

Reagan CUT the marginal tax rate from 70 to 28% on personal income tax.

He WISELY, though PLUGGED LOOPHOLES for deductions such as credit card interest, car loans, etc. He RAISED some taxes on corporations. Overall the Net Net NET was he CUT about $350 BILLION in taxes and RAISED about $300 Billion by CHANGES. NET MINIUS $50 billion.

{Bleep} your {bleeping} talking points.

His economic programs TURNED America around and brought about the longest peacetime expansion of the economy in history of the country, lasting through his second term, Bush 1, Clinton, and Bush II.

Show us one example of a tax increase that BOOSTED the economy?????

Liberal babble about Nixon had 70% marginal tax rate but that was not an INCREASE, just status quo from prior administrations.

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 5:18 PM

Slayer, Wienerdawg's sources are the smoke blowing up from his arse. He constantly cites tired old liberal talking points and pretends they are his brilliant observations from podunk.

Obviously nobody is fooled with his pretentious crap.

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TrollSlayer

Feb-10-13 4:49 PM

Wheeldog, when your “peak oil” myth got shot down, and then your “global warming” myth got shot down, and then your “Social Security is financially sound” myth got shot down, and then your “a liberal President will cut the deficit in half, fix our unemployment problem, give free health care to everyone, and it won’t raise your taxes one dime” myth got shot down, did you ever stop to think, “Maybe I should be using a little common sense instead of listening to all those ‘experts’ and their ‘facts’?” LOL

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Wheeldog

Feb-10-13 3:29 PM

"No thanks. I’ll stick with common sense. It's served me pretty well so far...," troll.

In other words, don't confuse me with the facts!

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TrollSlayer

Feb-10-13 2:37 PM

Wheeldog “Quantitative scientific evidence is virtually always more precise and reliable than personal opinions and hearsay.”

Especially unspecified “quantitative scientific evidence” you find on an internet blog. Or even more reliable, “quantitative scientific evidence” you eventually learn comes from a left-wing organization funded “think tank” that survives financially on producing leftist “quantitative scientific evidence.” LOL

No thanks. I’ll stick with common sense. It's served me pretty well so far...

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Wheeldog

Feb-10-13 2:31 PM

Troll, you are using anecdotal arguments to support your contention that tax cuts stimulate the economy. In other words, it sounds right and seems logical to you, but that does not make it so. Quantitative scientific evidence is virtually always more precise and reliable than personal opinions and hearsay. Unfortunately, people such as yourself would rather take the word of someone who agrees with you rather than accept the findings of research.

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TrollSlayer

Feb-10-13 2:02 PM

But I suppose you can find “economists” who have done “studies” that “prove” tax cuts won’t stimulate the economy. They’re probably the same economists who think raising taxes DOES stimulate the economy...

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TrollSlayer

Feb-10-13 2:01 PM

Wheeldog “The original question was will reducing taxes stimulate the economy. Based on a number of studies the answer is probably no.”

If your tax bill decreases this year, will you be more likely to spend more money this year? If so, you’ll be stimulating the economy.

If your tax bill decreases this year, and you don't spend more money this year, are you more likely to invest or save more money this year? If so, you’ll be giving businesses more money to grow, and giving banks more money to lend, which will stimulate the economy.

If your tax bill decreases this year, is there ANYTHING you could do with that extra money that WOULDN’T stimulate the economy? Yes. You could burn it in your fireplace, but even that would reduce your heating bill, which would give you more money to spend or invest, thus STIMULATING THE ECONOMY.

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Wheeldog

Feb-10-13 12:57 PM

Don't you love how easily it is to rewrite history depending on your point of view? The original question was will reducing taxes stimulate the economy. Based on a number of studies the answer is probably no. Predictably at this point some ultra conservatives brought up Pres. Reagan as the paragon of cutting taxes to stimulate the economy. When it was shown that Pres. Reagan raised taxes at least 11 times, greatly increased the government bureaucracy and oversaw a massive increase in the federal deficit then came the cries of how Reagan saved the world implying that it erased his past sins of doing exactly what the trolls on this forum condemn. Reagan was human and fallible. He was not a saint nor divinely inspired. He did some good things while in office and he made some screw ups.

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 8:41 AM

But in podunk 26003 Neuterdawg thinks he is a legend in his own mind.

In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

Which is why Neuteredawgs hide in podunk surrounded by hillbillies whose idea of "higher education" is junior high.

Thanks to the Internet, neuterdawgs can crawl out from their caves and get a beat-down daily.

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daWraith

Feb-10-13 8:37 AM

Weinerdawg forgets that after the Vietnam war, the military spending was decreased dramatically especially under Jimmy Hussein Carter.

Dems ALWAYS like to cut DEFENSE in favor of their welfare programs.

As a result, only one in 3 airplanes in our inventory was left flying due to lack of maintenance and spare parts.

Reagan inherited a second rate military and the Iran hostage situation and initiated MASSIVE spending in Defense.

Unemployment dropped hugely, our military was rebuilt so powerfuly in 8 years that the Soviet Union Collapsed by trying to match the spending spree.

The ANTIMISSILE defenses that being used in Israel and deployed around the world in Europe and America owe trace their heritage back to the Regan administration, whom the left derided as STAR WARS as well as the DRONE R&D.

NOW that is what is saving Obama worthless a&&.

Neutereddawgs are poorly educated LOW TECH friggen IDIOTS whose should be laughed at daily.

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TrollSlayer

Feb-09-13 10:47 PM

Wheeldog “All idols have feet of clay.”

You’d better offer the Obamessiah an exception to that generalization. Because he has drones and he has no qualms about using them.

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Wheeldog

Feb-09-13 10:07 PM

President Reagan had a number of accomplishments during his term in office. Unfortunately, his virtual ascent into sainthood by ultra conservatives has warped his legacy to one that is all-too-often more myth than reality. He was a very skillful politician and certainly had a gift of gab. However, he was human and made his share of mistakes. He was also more pragmatic than idealistic when it came to politics. All idols have feet of clay.

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Wheeldog

Feb-09-13 10:01 PM

The following is an excerpt from the CBS website article on Ronald Reagan: "... following his party's losses in the 1982 election, Reagan largely backed off his efforts at spending cuts even as he continued to offer the small-government rhetoric that helped get him elected. In fact, he went in the opposite direction: His creation of the department of veterans affairs contributed to an increase in the federal workforce of more than 60,000 people during his presidency.

And while Reagan somewhat slowed the marginal rate of growth in the budget, it continued to increase during his time in office. So did the debt, skyrocketing from $700 billion to $3 trillion. Then there's the fact that after first pushing to cut Social Security benefits - and being stymied by Congress - Reagan in 1983 agreed to a $165 billion bailout of the program. He also massively expanded the Pentagon budget."

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daWraith

Feb-09-13 5:21 PM

Obama Stimulus versus Bush Tax Cuts for low information Wheel dogs:

When Obama was inaugurated in 2009, he inherited a record budget deficit, due to a substantial drop in revenue from the recession, combined with Bush’s massive TARP spending (which Obama voted for in the Senate). Nevertheless in the four years since then, Obama has managed to decrease this whopping deficit by just 6 percent. In contrast, by increasing revenues, the Bush tax cuts over four years slashed the deficit by 60 percent.

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