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Why do Republicans want to kill small buiness's here in the USA?

As a small business owner myself I came to the conclusion that Republicans favored Big corporations and actully wanted to put people like myself OUT of business ===================== a clip from my link ----------------------------------------------------------------------- By Humberto Sanchez and Emily Pierce Roll Call Staff July 12, 2012, 3:24 p.m. Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call Related from CQ Today Reid Seeks to Advance Tax Credit Measure Humane Society Mobilizes Opposition to King Amendment on Egg Dispute Job Creation Tax Credit Bill Stalls in Senate House Judiciary Panel Backs Bills Targeting Identity Theft and Espionage Commerce Secretary Resigns in Aftermath of Car Accidents Congress, Industry Complicate SEC Work on New Rules For Money Market Funds House Panel Advances Bills to Alter Car Insurance Reporting, Bolster Manufacturing Senate Republicans made good on their threat to filibuster a Democratic small-business tax cut bill today, ensuring the bill fell seven votes short of what it needed to move forward. The Senate voted 53-44 to limit debate on the bill and move to final passage, but 60 votes were needed to overcome the filibuster. Before the bill was filibustered, the Senate killed, 57-41, a proposal by Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) that would extend a raft of tax cuts to small business, including expanded expensing for certain capital investments. Sixty votes were needed to move it forward. The chamber also tabled, 73-24, a House small-business tax break bill. Democrats have criticized the House bill because they say wealthy individuals, such as Paris Hilton, could also take a tax break. http://www.rollcall.com/news/gop_blocks_…

Asked By: - 7/19/2012
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President Obama wants to extend those tax cuts on everyone making less than $250,000 a year. The point of contention is on tax cuts for the very wealthy. The Republicans therefore killed a jobs-creating tax cut for small businesses because they couldn't also get a tax cut extension for the very wealthy. That tells you... More
Answered By: Shoun - 7/19/2012
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Jerks
Answered By: Mambini - 7/19/2012
 
Obamacare imposes 21 NEW TAXES on the middle class and small business. You were saying?
Answered By: crash.override - 7/19/2012
 
Because they can count on an almost slave-like loyalty from them on election day
Answered By: MtotheR MIGHTY RA! - 7/19/2012
 
Democrats put tougher regulations and higher taxes making it impossible for small business to compete against the big boys. If the Liberals would just leave the free market be Walmart would have been out of business years ago
Answered By: Jay-Z's Lips - 7/19/2012
 
they only want to do it to win elections. They especially want to get the black man out of the White House.
Answered By: truth seeker - 7/19/2012
 
abortion gays obama is black.
Answered By: Dr. Zaius - 7/19/2012
 
Big corporations donate them lots of campaign money so they return a favor by NOT signing bills that would STOP SHIPPING JOBS OVERSEAS... More
Answered By: Steve O returns - 7/19/2012
 
They want their Corporations to own everything...they like how China runs.....Adelson with a casino for a heavily populated communist country where all citizens have to gamble in Macow......Adelson was going broke in LV before his Chinese Casino.
Answered By: Really? - 7/19/2012
 
Obama supports higher taxes on small business.
Answered By: Say No to Obama's Socialism - 7/19/2012
 
You didn't read the bill did you? Of course not.
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Answered By: Liberal Fascist - 7/19/2012
 
Acorn is not a small business
Answered By: Waldo - 7/19/2012
 
I get it, opposites day on Yahoo.
Answered By: Freedom Fighter - 7/19/2012
 
Cons only want power
Answered By: Obama The Great Debater - 7/19/2012
 
if you are a obama supporter and a small business owner you really need to do some research on the new tax laws involved with Obama care. Anyone who believes in free enterprise and private business ownership and votes for Obama are just crazy. PLEASE talk to your accountant about how Obama ideas will change the way... More
Answered By: celeste1070 - 7/19/2012
 
Your wrong, regulations support large corporations because they can afford to pay for compliance and it drives out small businesses like yours. Guess who favors onerous regulations.. clue not the republicans Republicans want an even playing feild
Answered By: Moderate centrist - 7/19/2012
 
Why do Democrats want to kill small children?
Answered By: Dikk Scroggins - 7/19/2012
 
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