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Anyone quitting their job now that Obama is President again?

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sportage

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Obviously you listened to Faux and Rush and have some impression all you do is walk in, sign a form, and collect.
After you quit, let us know how easy that check was to collect.
And those stamps.
Then, maybe you will realize you've been Fauxed by Fox.
And roused by Rush.

PS. What job r u quitting? I have a friend looking for work.
Im sure you're old position will do just fine...
Almost forgot to add... they are having a sale at Walmart on tents and camping gear.
You might have a need for those items very soon, while waiting for that government check and stamps to come in the mail.
 

diesbudt

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I'm sorry, but America has been spiraling down the shit hole rapidly over the last few decades. Obama is just applying some bandages without dealing with the cancerous tumor that is engulfing more and more of America each year. That's why people shouldn't vote for either Republicans or Democrats, but then the system has been so well manipulated by those in power that we will always vote for the "lesser evil" party, right?

Don't cure the symptoms, cure the disease.
 

biostud

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If you give a person who earns $10.000/month a tax reduction on $100 what is he going to spend it on?

If you give a person who receives welfare checks an extra $100/month what will the money most likely be spend on?

What will benefit the economy most?
 

Attic

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If you give a person who earns $10.000/month a tax reduction on $100 what is he going to spend it on?

If you give a person who receives welfare checks an extra $100/month what will the money most likely be spend on?

What will benefit the economy most?
Agree with the idea behind this example but Is that a one to one ratio? I'd expect more folks are on welfare or gov assistance than those who make 10k or more per month. Taking 100 from the 10k earner may allow for 50ea to folks in need.

You also have to run the "give" function through the government which is a guantlet of inneficiency. So taking $100 from somebody ends up as substantially less than $100 once it is handed back out to another or group of anothers and a portion of it certainly goes to politicians who make more than 10k per month. Go figure.
 

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