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Does the Obama supporter understand taxes?

Disposable income is that money people make by working in a job. Jobs are created by employers. Make it more costly to operate a business, guess what happens to jobs? This is basic high school level economics. When liberals says ONLY TAX THE RICH - they don't say, tax just ( CEO's etc ) of large corporations. That's 100% BS as there isn't enough of them to pay even 1% of the massive tax and spend liberal plans. If they were honest which the CBO ( Congressional Budget Office ) confirms, whatliberals are not saying because it's political suicide - is to TAX the hell out of sole proprietors , LLC and partnership business owners. Guess what????? These company owners are independent IRS tax payers who employ over 1/2 of the country. Take more money from them, and job creation is toast. Keeping your job maybe toast. This is a fact!!! You'll never hear any liberal admit this as they'll never get elected even by democratic voters. Obama promotes spending billions in massive government programs and socialistic freebees. Now you know where he'll get the money from. If you have a job now, watch out. If you're looking for a job, you maybe looking for a long time if Obama gets his way digging deep into the pockets of business owners. Look up NFIB.com and see what this group who employs the country says. There's a good chance your employer now or one you'll work for in the future supports the NFIB. Like it or not, these are the realities. Debating this only confirms the level of blindness you're experiencing. I've read the first 15 answers. Two thinks I accomplished just in 15 answers - 1. confirm I provoked and struck a nerve. 2. confirm that virtually all of the fist 15 answers, do not own a business and has no clue how much costs in federal fees and taxes to operate a business. I'm sure that none ever heard of NFIB before I mentioned it. Some in their answers still equate "taxing the rich" is only limited to CEO's of major corproations as one answerer mentioned the CEO of Costco. They still miss the real boat of what drives employment in this country. They are lost to the abyss of liberal sp[in and don't realize it. How sad we are as a free enterprise country. I've read the first 15 answers. Two thinks I accomplished just in 15 answers - 1. confirm I provoked and struck a nerve. 2. confirm that virtually all of the fist 15 answers, do not own a business and has no clue how much it costs in federal fees and taxes to operate a business. I'm sure that none of you ever heard of NFIB before I mentioned it. Some in their answers still equate "taxing the rich" is only limited to CEO's of major corproations as one answerer mentioned the CEO of Costco. They still miss the real boat of what drives employment in this country. They are lost to the abyss of liberal spin and don't realize it. How sad we are as a free enterprise country who employs many people that believe that operating a business has no costs.

Asked By: Not Swayed - 9/16/2008
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Ahhh....finally, someone who knows what they're talking about... More
Answered By: MissKitty - 9/16/2008
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Obama supporters don't pay taxes since welfare checks are not taxed.
Answered By: Leprichan - 9/16/2008
 
Do You? Any idea how much money we would SAVE if we stopped WASTING IT???? Stupid Fundamentalist Pig.
Answered By: Chosen1 - 9/16/2008
 
Yes, the Obama supporter does understand taxes. They also get that your rant is 100% BS to quote you.
Answered By: crazy2all - 9/16/2008
 
Yes. Do you have anything but a one-sided simplistic view from grade school on the matter, or would you like to also pull out the realities that would refute your argument, so people who know better don't have to waste their time trying to educate those who can't be educated... More
Answered By: avail_skillz - 9/16/2008
 
Wow. That's a looooong rant there. Too bad you still didn't change my vote! lol.
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Answered By: S V - 9/16/2008
 
I would be suprised if a Obama supporter has patients to read all of this or have interest in learning.
Answered By: We Need Energy - 9/16/2008
 
I dont see you talk about how Obama offcers tax credits for companys that employ more full time works. Sounds like you just watch fox news and dont really do your homework.
Answered By: megan g - 9/16/2008
 
Obama supporters are non earners, so they don't pay taxes. Obama says 95% of all Americans will get a tax refund. Since 40% of Americans don't pay taxes to begin with, they all think it's going to be like a stimulus check! McCain/Palin '08
Answered By: Son of Liberty - 9/16/2008
 
You are ranting...just thought I'd let you know.
Answered By: Searcher - 9/16/2008
 
It is evident Obama supporters do not understand taxes nor economy at all. If they did, they would not support his economical plan and they would understand McCain's plan is a better plan. That simple. Cheers!
Answered By: April - 9/16/2008
 
Taxing those who make over $250,000 annually is not the same as taxing corporate CEOs. Most CEOs of big corporations make far more than that each year, even the "modest" sum of money earned by Jim Senegal (owner of Costco), who is known for his commitment not to be among the Wal-Mart brand of billioaires is well over $... More
Answered By: phoenix_rising - 9/16/2008
 
Like it or not, the reality is the big corporations won't have anyone to buy their products if the middle and lower classes don't have any disposable income. There are two sides to the equation. Open your own eyes.
Answered By: ablex - 9/16/2008
 
Well, that's the theory of trickle down economics which sounds great, but in reality doesn't work, the Bush and Reagan administration are proof of that. So if that's so great whats the alternative? Tax the ones who are already struggling makes even less sense. We need to balance the budget that is the best thing that... More
Answered By: Barr 08' - 9/16/2008
 
Let me stipulate that economists have a better understanding of taxes than average supporters of either Obama or McCain. What then do the economists say? They say Obama would do a better job. See... More
Answered By: Elwood Blues - 9/16/2008
 
We all understand that neither side has all the right answers and that a lot of campaign promises will not be kept. My major concern is the Iraq war and young men loseing their lives. I don't think the soldiers even know why they are over there anymore. I am against the war so that is my sole purpose for voting... More
Answered By: coffee.taylor - 9/16/2008
 
You have to remember the average age-group and educational level of the people you are addressing on Yahoo! Answers. Many people are not formally educated in the areas of economics or finance and a majority get their information from biased media sources... More
Answered By: Cobalt Daisy - 9/16/2008
 
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