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Will Obama run the job creators clean out of America with his taxes?

He wants to pass the Buffet rule, which will cause even more company's to jump ship and take their businesses to country's with less government restrictions. Why can't Obama just stop spending and cut some of the left's big pork programs and entitlements ? Instead, he is killing the economy by running out our last hope of restoring America's industrial hopes which the middle class needs.

Asked By: - 4/1/2012
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What his taxes don't get, his mandates and regulations will.
Answered By: Big One 0909 - 4/1/2012
Additional Answers (18)
I know I want to know what the hell his reasoning is because I sure don't see it.
Answered By: -_- - 4/1/2012
 
Mostly
Answered By: Romeo - 4/1/2012
 
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Answered By: ™ʎllıq®® - 4/1/2012
 
Considering that it is the only logical outcome, it is obvious to anybody with even a mediocre education that it is his goal...
Answered By: zulu45 - 4/1/2012
 
Yes
Answered By: A-Rod Namikaze - 4/1/2012
 
I think you just answered your own question. I wouldn't model anything after Warren Buffet, he might be filthy rich but he didn't get all of that money by doing things honorably. Besides BO thinks you can spend your way out of a recession, and tax your way out of one as well: WRONG.
Answered By: Agent 99 - 4/1/2012
 
US richclass create no jobs whatsoever. Of course, US working class are the job creators -- when US working class consume, they create demand. With that demand, organizations then need to hire (organizations are not defined as US richclass). And while US richclass have stolen all the retained earnings out of the... More
Answered By: Pluto C. Rat - 4/1/2012
 
That is the fear, and it is entirely possible. Biting the hand that feeds you (and who can just as easily stop feeding you) seems to be the way a lot of people think things get done. How they come to this conclusion, I will never know.
Answered By: Jennifer - 4/1/2012
 
It is bad enough for the companies that relocate to other countries, but even worse are all the companies that choose to not expand, or even cut back because of Obama's regulations... More
Answered By: GINGER - 4/1/2012
 
And yet despite all the tax breaks given to these pillars of society for thirty years by the conservatives, they've been doing nothing all that time but move jobs overseas as fast as they can... More
Answered By: ioerr - 4/1/2012
 
Yes. This is his way of covering the constant catering to all the people who want hand-outs from the government... More
Answered By: Pour Your Heart Into It - 4/1/2012
 
Nobody falls for that condescending job creator crap. Everyone knows that the so-called job creators have been spending the last twenty years consolidating, downsizing, and outsourcing. Other than a few minimum wage service jobs the only jobs that have been created by your "job creators" have been in foreign countries... More
Answered By: wyldfyr - 4/1/2012
 
Taxes haven't been this low in decades. So where the f*ck are the jobs? And the job creators... More
Answered By: ugotthat - 4/1/2012
 
YOU--know very well that there are no "Job Creators" in America & this is a MYTH generated by GOP as a smoke screen, so they might continue to service the needs of Corpo-rats...you need new lies....
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Answered By: Gunny - 4/1/2012
 
Why did Bush2 have the worst job creation on record after his tax cuts? http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bush-on-jobs-the-worst-track-record-on-record/
Answered By: Keith - 4/1/2012
 
American conservatives tend not to think about the US Constitution. I don't know if their brain inactivity is genetic due to in-breeding, over-zealous adherence to religion, lack of cerebral exercise, poor attendance in your mediocre schools, or the strange idiosyncrasy of excessive self-concern. Being a... More
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Answered By: Christopher - 4/2/2012
 
There is no place for them to go with lower taxes where they can make as much money
Answered By: meg - 4/2/2012
 
Obama hasn't raised taxes
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Answered By: Kami - 4/5/2012
 
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