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Should taxes be raised to support the homeless and teenage mothers?

Yes! Why are you people been so selfish?!

Asked By: Liberal and Proud! - 1/13/2009
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I, for one, cannot believe the pure hate and indifference amount certain sectors of society. "I have mind, to hell with everyone else... More
Answered By: Bob D - 1/13/2009
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nope
Answered By: DarkPrince139 - 1/13/2009
 
No. Rewarding bad decisions and punishing responsible people is wrong.
Answered By: William F - 1/13/2009
 
What about homeless teenage mothers? We already have a welfare system in place
Answered By: wes S - 1/13/2009
 
Well let me just say, I was horribly disfigured by something my mother did. I'm stuck in what my life is, but she would not have me be stuck with her, because she doesn't like to see what she's done and she has no intention of making it right. My point is, regardless of whether I'm with her or not, regardless of... More
Answered By: Trivial Pursuit - 1/13/2009
 
It's already been done hundreds of times. You don't work and pay taxes do you? You never plan on working, eh? Liberals love to have taxes raised..... because they never work and pay taxes.
Answered By: Demsmierda - 1/13/2009
 
Sure they should I think Starbucks Coffee and foreign cars should be taxed top the hilt to pay for it. Anything liberals like should have the crap taxed out of it.......... period
Answered By: obamatheappeaser - 1/13/2009
 
No to teenage mothers. That's definitely a choice. We should not be rewarding bad behavior. Homeless is kinda tricky. Some people choose to be homeless, some want to leave but can't. The ones who want to leave would benefit from something that gets them a job, not living off others.
Answered By: Non-Redneck - 1/13/2009
 
depends on what taxes you are talking about... federal taxes NOPE that is a local issue state taxes.. maybe up to your state.. city taxes.. most definatly.. THAT is a city issue.
Answered By: Greshnab - 1/13/2009
 
There are many people with problems right now. Amongst them are the homeless and teenage mothers. It is sad, but all the same, the answer is "No... More
Answered By: Paul - 1/13/2009
 
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