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« on: November 19, 2012, 04:17:39 AM »

"Obama meets with big business to plot small-business tax hikes"

Present at this White House conference will be top executives from Aetna, Xerox, American Express, Wal-Mart, Honeywell International, General Electric, Dow Chemical, Procter & Gamble, Ford, PepsiCo, IBM and Chevron. Not included in the invite list: a single representative from one of the countryís 27.5 million small businesses. Not one.

Itís no surprise that Obamaís hand-selected group of executives would agree with his budget plan; their companies benefit from the governmentís reckless spending policies and would gladly accept their small-business competition footing the bill in the form of higher income taxes.

How many new jobs have any of these businesses created?  How many have they off-shored over the past two decades?

While these big businesses directly benefit from federal spending, they hardly pay taxes. Thanks to million-dollar lobbying campaigns, none of them pay close to the standard 35 percent corporate tax rate, and some reportedly pay as little as 5 percent.

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How many jobs has this group created in America?  How many jobs have unions created in America?

I think the summary is priceless - "But the truth is these are big-business leaders who are already on board with big government. Donít be surprised when they come out in favor of higher taxes on their small-business competitors."

Who exactly is going to start the next Apple in America?  Hire all of Obama's 'high tech' students?

No jobs, no hire Americans, no prosperity - it seems to be about growing poverty in America...

All my posts are just my humble opinions.  Please take with a grain of salt.  Smile

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they'll end up in your family anyway...
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