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Red Steele
Veteran Advisor

Re: Your hyperventilation would disappear

I really can't stand most of what the Republican party , at least the RINO part, is about either. If you had any memory, you might recall that I didn't exactly show much enthusiasm for the GW Bush years.

 

I just would like to have a stable country to live in, one that rewards success and provides incentives for hard work and disincentives for sloth and failure. Which is where we have basically been for the last 30 years, but certainly not where we are destined with the current trajectory.

 

And one where we get our house in order....not in a decade...not in 50 years , but right now. THe budget should be balanced no matter what it takes to do so. Stop the bleeding, even if the pain is intense.Cut off a few limbs if necessary, but save the life of the patient.

kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Re: Your hyperventilation would disappear

And you think the president shouldhve produced jobs for the millions out of work. Just how was he supposed to do that?

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Your hyperventilation would disappear


@kraft-t wrote:

And you think the president shouldhve produced jobs for the millions out of work. Just how was he supposed to do that?


Presidents don't produce jobs, they can only destroy them through taxation and regulations.

kraft-t
Senior Advisor

You know it might help

If we didn't have to buy you an new tractor every year. Which means you could still buy a tractor this year and the next year, but you would have to depreciate them over 7 years in stead of writing it all off in the first year. Your $50K tax savings this year and every year would have to be spead out over 7 years so you couldn't avoid  over $7K each year for seven years.  Thousands if not millions of businesses postponing incredible amounts of taxes year after year after year.

 

I don't know about you but i have been well rewarded for my labor and my investment under this reagan bush tax vacation, but all good things must come to an end. The country simply cannot afford perpetual tax avoidance.

kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Obama has done none of that and we have a 16 trillion in debt

Solutions man solutions! and you have offered none nor do you have a clue!

arnfarm735
Senior Contributor

Re: Your hyperventilation would disappear

He has clearly shown that he and the government cannot do it (create jobs). Only thing the current White House occupant. Can do is blame others (and campaign)!

arnfarm735
Senior Contributor

Re: You know it might help

Reduce spending is just not in your vocabulary is it??

kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Absolutely.. I do that all the time

However you folks pushed for tax cuts we could not afford. You borrowed money from the SS trust fund and now you want to cut benefits to seniors because you wasted the GD money.

 

You pushed for wars of choice and chose not to pay for it. You've run debt to trillions of dollars and haven't suggested cutting the very things that put us into debt. Instead you want your banker to take a pay cut so you can avoid paying what you owe!

hardnox604008
Advisor

Re: Not sure which commandments you are breaking

I'm not interested in acquiring either at this point in my life.

 

Merely pointing out, in a roundabout way, that the lat 4 years have been arguably the best in the history of farming and that those who have gotten so full of themselves that they want to lever those gains via wholesale insurrection might be disappointed in the outcome.

 

Just becasue tyhe government tipped the table and dumped the whole pot in your lap is no reason to be so angry.

 

 

hobbyfarm2145365
Senior Contributor

Re: Not sure which commandments you are breaking

Ah here we go again  "current group of successful farmers" are, nothing more  than taxpayer supported govt farmer. with guaranted  non failure.    How can success be maesured when the govt will guarantees *85% of you expected income by taxpayer. Those "successful farmers" claim to be the wagon pullers