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« Reply #20 on: November 05, 2008, 09:05:28 AM »

McCain: Obama not a socialist

http://news.bostonherald.com/news/2008/view.bg?articleid=1128857

I am sure McCain is going to cross the aisle again a lot in the coming years, and work with President Barack H. Obama.
McCain is going to help unite this country again, to restore his somewhat damaged legacy.

I believe McCain is a hard working man, a joe average who happened to marry well, two times.  He took on many responsibilities, and according to both wives, never missed a beat.

He served his country, at a difficult time in American history.

He lived to tell about his time in a POW camp, when it would have been an easy thing to say yes to his enemy, and get a speedy return home and better care.

He has stepped up to the plate to try and save this country from financial disaster.  Others chose to look the other way.  Who has the damaged legacy?

He only wants to make America better, and will always be a good man and someone I am proud to vote for.

I early voted in FL last week, and it was overwhelmingly going to McCain~thank GOD!!! Obama is a Maxist IMO, let's call a spade a spad. Look at what a skimpy record he has when he actually votes, it's d@mn scary, and his re-distribution of wealth is Marxist period!

as a student of among others Marxist policies, let me just re-iterate that the plans of Barack Obama do not constitute socialism of marxism. It was not marxist during the Clinton years and that is what Obama plans, roll back the tax breaks for the richest of the rich to back where it was when Clinton left office. And the money that is released from that will pay for a tax break for all middle class families and I think they should have been the first to get one of those instead of people who have plenty of money already (like Bush did).

But what constitutes rich?  My family's income is $100,000 and let me tell you that is nowhere near being rich, but according to Democrats it is.  And no we don't have "plenty of money."  We live on a budget.

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« Reply #21 on: November 05, 2008, 09:45:28 AM »

Are the taxes fair for everyone?  Maybe a flat tax?

Should the tax system reward hard work?  Should it reward people who save?

What are the actions of socialists and communists?  From memory, they take the property of others.  Property that may have been the result of hard work, inheritance, lottery proceeds, savings, and many other things.

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How Inheritance Tax Works

Death tax. Estate tax. Inheritance tax. People refer to it by many names, and opinions on its morality and constitutionality abound.

Opponents of inheritance tax -- who sometimes call it “death tax” -- say it’s immoral to place a financial burden on a family that has just suffered the loss of a loved one.

Proponents say that death taxes are good sources of revenue for governments because the taxes apply only to the wealthy. In an inheritance, money passes from one party to another, and supporters say this money should be taxed, just like income or taxable gifts.

http://money.howstuffworks.com/personal-finance/personal-income-taxes/inheritance-tax.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inheritance_tax

An old lesson -

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When retirement accounts (IRA, 401(k) and company pension or stock option plans), stock holdings, insurance policies and home values are added to everything else a person owns, estates can start approaching the $1 million mark. This is especially true, say supporters of estate tax repeal, for families with two wage earners.

Perhaps even more persuasive than the numbers is the argument that the tax is inherently unfair.

Estate taxes are double -- even triple -- taxation of assets that already have been subject to state, local, and federal income and capital gains taxes, contends Americans Against Unfair Family Taxation. The tax-exempt trade association cites a study that it commissioned showing 92 percent of Americans believe it is unfair for the government to tax a person's income while it is being earned and then tax it again after death.

The tax is especially damaging, argues Tim Hammonds, the group's co-chairman, to family-owned businesses. In 90 percent of these cases, he says, the businesses fail after the founder dies because the heirs cannot afford to pay the estate tax.

http://www.bankrate.com/brm/news/special/20000825.asp

What does this mean?  After a lifetime of saving for retirement because some believed that Social Security wouldn't be there...making a nice home, and building a business...

Will the government take what is left?  Keep it out of the greedy clutching hands of children and others?

Was the death tax fair to the families left behind by the richest of the rich "where it was when Clinton left office"?

There are organizations that keep track of how much money donated to charity actually goes to fund the stated purpose of the charity and how much goes for administrative expenses.  It's a good way to see how much good your dollar does. 

Is my donation making a difference?   

Are my taxes making a difference? 

Why not look at ways to cut expenses?  Rein in out of control healthcare costs?  Healthcare inflation?  Ensure that the US WILL NOT continue to pay more than others for similar services.

Why shouldn't the government make every tax dollar do the work of two or three tax dollars?  I think government should set a good example for the public.

How about encouraging people to spread their money around before they die?

Why not let people pass on their financial legacy as they please?

What happens when you run out of rich people?  If government robs Peter to pay Paul over and over...after a few generations, Peter won't have any money.  Is this the right thing to do?

just my humble opinions


McCain: Obama not a socialist

http://news.bostonherald.com/news/2008/view.bg?articleid=1128857

I am sure McCain is going to cross the aisle again a lot in the coming years, and work with President Barack H. Obama.
McCain is going to help unite this country again, to restore his somewhat damaged legacy.

I believe McCain is a hard working man, a joe average who happened to marry well, two times.  He took on many responsibilities, and according to both wives, never missed a beat.

He served his country, at a difficult time in American history.

He lived to tell about his time in a POW camp, when it would have been an easy thing to say yes to his enemy, and get a speedy return home and better care.

He has stepped up to the plate to try and save this country from financial disaster.  Others chose to look the other way.  Who has the damaged legacy?

He only wants to make America better, and will always be a good man and someone I am proud to vote for.

I early voted in FL last week, and it was overwhelmingly going to McCain~thank GOD!!! Obama is a Maxist IMO, let's call a spade a spad. Look at what a skimpy record he has when he actually votes, it's d@mn scary, and his re-distribution of wealth is Marxist period!

as a student of among others Marxist policies, let me just re-iterate that the plans of Barack Obama do not constitute socialism of marxism. It was not marxist during the Clinton years and that is what Obama plans, roll back the tax breaks for the richest of the rich to back where it was when Clinton left office. And the money that is released from that will pay for a tax break for all middle class families and I think they should have been the first to get one of those instead of people who have plenty of money already (like Bush did).

No one seems to be concerned with financial stability and taxpayer ability to continue paying. 

Earn the trust and respect of taxpayers.
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« Reply #22 on: November 05, 2008, 11:26:24 AM »

McCain: Obama not a socialist

http://news.bostonherald.com/news/2008/view.bg?articleid=1128857

I am sure McCain is going to cross the aisle again a lot in the coming years, and work with President Barack H. Obama.
McCain is going to help unite this country again, to restore his somewhat damaged legacy.

I believe McCain is a hard working man, a joe average who happened to marry well, two times.  He took on many responsibilities, and according to both wives, never missed a beat.

He served his country, at a difficult time in American history.

He lived to tell about his time in a POW camp, when it would have been an easy thing to say yes to his enemy, and get a speedy return home and better care.

He has stepped up to the plate to try and save this country from financial disaster.  Others chose to look the other way.  Who has the damaged legacy?

He only wants to make America better, and will always be a good man and someone I am proud to vote for.

I early voted in FL last week, and it was overwhelmingly going to McCain~thank GOD!!! Obama is a Maxist IMO, let's call a spade a spad. Look at what a skimpy record he has when he actually votes, it's d@mn scary, and his re-distribution of wealth is Marxist period!

as a student of among others Marxist policies, let me just re-iterate that the plans of Barack Obama do not constitute socialism of marxism. It was not marxist during the Clinton years and that is what Obama plans, roll back the tax breaks for the richest of the rich to back where it was when Clinton left office. And the money that is released from that will pay for a tax break for all middle class families and I think they should have been the first to get one of those instead of people who have plenty of money already (like Bush did).

marxism

noun
the economic and political theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels that hold that human actions and institutions are economically determined and that class struggle is needed to create historical change and that capitalism will ultimately be superseded by communism 


Class Struggle? What would you call taking close to 50% of earned money from upper earners to give to 40% of the population who pay no taxes? What you call the rantings of Rev. Wright? What would you call a vow to make energy costs skyrocket to push an environmental agenda and making small business the brunt of an economic onslaught?

Needed to create historical change? Where have I heard "change" as the end all goal?

Capitalism ultimately superseded by communism? Is one term enough to accomplish that? We're off to a great start! Chicago politics via the new chief of staff should be very helpful. They invented corruption and that first appoinment couldn't embody more partisanship.

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