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TheNarrator

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Why doesn't Dewey post with his original handle?
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200k a year. That's the "rich 1%' that you like to vilify for not paying their fair share. You must be all giddy inside hoping they have to pay more to support your g=failed liberal policies that drain this country daily.
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This tax-bill will be a disgrace if it ever passed..........I give it almost no chance of passing, though..........

Tax-cuts are not coming...........
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Well, my state has no state or local income taxes. We were thrown a bone years ago in the way of some $800-1200 credit for state sales taxes based on income and told to F off. I have no mortgage interest deduction because I busted ass and paid it off in 12 years I’m not a basket case health wise so I don’t have medical expenses. I just have the standard personal deduction, some rental income, and the depreciation associated So the only thing that really matters to me is will I be in the 30 or 25% bracket, and will my corporate taxes be 25-30%, or 20%? Really, I could really care less about the doomed. Anyway, having the personal exemption nearly doubled is about half of what it should be. In my opinion individuals should be 25k and couples 50k exempted kids another 5k per head and then everyone pays no more than 15% personal or corporate.
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EarlyGrayce

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Well, my state has no state or local income taxes. We were thrown a bone years ago in the way of some $800-1200 credit for state sales taxes based on income and told to F off. I have no mortgage interest deduction because I busted ass and paid it off in 12 years I’m not a basket case health wise so I don’t have medical expenses. I just have the standard personal deduction, some rental income, and the depreciation associated So the only thing that really matters to me is will I be in the 30 or 25% bracket, and will my corporate taxes be 25-30%, or 20%? Really, I could really care less about the doomed. Anyway, having the personal exemption nearly doubled is about half of what it should be. In my opinion individuals should be 25k and couples 50k exempted kids another 5k per head and then everyone pays no more than 15% personal or corporate.


Cali state and local tax is crushing. Durden, how's the state and local tax over there?

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Maybe I shouldn't have mentioned no state and local income taxes in my state. You suckers stay put and continue funding the Socialist Utopia. BTW, what would you do tomorrow, if suddenly none of your state and local income taxes were deductible? I mean, in the big scheme of things, how much does that really lower your effective tax rate if you figure in a higher personal deduction? Living in a state with low taxation is great in my opinion, but do state and local income tax deductions really make any financial difference to a family making 50-75K a year? I'm just asking because I have no experience with State and Local income taxes. Can a family of 4 even afford to own a home in California, New York, or New Jersey with a gross income of 50-75K?
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No, no we do have stifling state and local taxes here in Texas, please stay away the tax burden will kill you. We are not business friendly here and our local and state politicians are out to rape us of our hard earned dollars. If you love your family, do not come to Texas. We're all hippy, redneck, beer swilling, mysoginist, homophobic, islamophobe, racists. We don't look after each other after hurricanes and tornados and have no sympathy for those in dire straits
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woody

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Yeah that's the ticket. Crushing property taxes of 3-4K on the average home, and a state sales tax of up to 8,25% on non food, drugs, and Franchise tax fee on companies over 1 million in revenue. Please don't move here its a financial death trap, save yourselves.
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The Senate version of the tax bill proposes to tax stock options upon vesting - one of the most insane ideas I've ever heard.  Why the hell did we elect these spineless Republicans to Congress?
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Because they are better than what the Socialist Democrats have to offer? Wait till 2018, and Senate races in 2020 and see what happens. I wouldn't want to be a RINO in a pissed off district. Bannon is scorching the earth. Good for him. Anyone want to offer up someone to replace Senator Cornyn? Anyone but that RINO asshat McCaul. 
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Yes it is shaping up to be a very good time for some new folks to get into politics. Maybe get term limits passed after draning some of the sewage outa the system.
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A little early to get too excited.  You hear a large number of people that support these failed pols.  McCain, McConnell, Shumer, Pelosi all awful leaders.  Political snipes at best.  Ryan seems to want to work his way into that group as well. 
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Senate bill may include ACA individual mandate repeal. 
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While that by itself might be a good thing it just shows another reason why nothing, and at times, everything we don't want gets done. 
Bills should be one item, one vote.  They pack all kinds of extra BS inside every bill, many times adding in totally unrelated items just to appease this member or that one.


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Just give the president the line item veto. Problem solved. Pack all the pork and BS you want on a bill, but don't expect to see it all after it goes through the edit process and straight to file 13.
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Let's wait for the next president before initiating a line item veto. Not sure this one could be trusted. 
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Oh, no I don't think so. I wouldn't trust Hillary. Does that mean we would somehow consider her less worthy to have the ability to launch Nukes, or have a line item veto? Just because you are all butt hurt, and need cow salve for your backside, and aroma therapy doesn't mean you, or your pointy headed Liberal Socialist friends at the society for the outraged can decide which president is trust worthy, and what constitutionally delegated powers they may wield. Suck it Trebec.
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trump is not up to the job. Wait. Anybody else. Charles Manson would be better.
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"A federal analysis showed repealing the mandate would increase by 13 million the number of people without health insurance by 2027 and increase premiums. It also complicates the economics of health coverage by shrinking the pool of healthy and younger people who are insured, making it harder to pay for those who end up with big health expenses. All that could spook moderate Republicans who balked at earlier attempts to repeal the ACA because it would raise the number of uninsured."   WSJ

These are troubling times. The good of the whole is not even considered. We can't rule by some sort of numerology of deficit vs fair, reasonable tax reform. We have the money. We must take from the haves, cut the waste and shore up our embarrasing health care system, not decimate it. Who pays for the uninsured when they show up at an emergency room? They won't be refused.
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"A federal analysis showed repealing the mandate would increase by 13 million the number of people without health insurance by 2027 and increase premiums. It also complicates the economics of health coverage by shrinking the pool of healthy and younger people who are insured, making it harder to pay for those who end up with big health expenses. All that could spook moderate Republicans who balked at earlier attempts to repeal the ACA because it would raise the number of uninsured."   WSJ

These are troubling times. The good of the whole is not even considered. We can't rule by some sort of numerology of deficit vs fair, reasonable tax reform. We have the money. We must take from the haves, cut the waste and shore up our embarrasing health care system, not decimate it. Who pays for the uninsured when they show up at an emergency room? They won't be refused.


Who the Fark are you to tell me that I need to give more of my hard earned money to an unscrupulous government to waste 50% and then distribute the other half to their voter base of porch sitting gimmedats? Are you completely insane? It's not your money, nor the governments. The money belongs to the people that bust ass to earn it, and their families. Piss off you socialists leech.

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lol Woodrow, you got that right. I love to see pop-n-fresh expose his socialist insanity with his declaration "We must take from the haves". F you fresh.
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WTF? Lets reward people, and condition them to depend on government handouts. Don't be a dumb ass twit. Grow up, be a responsible adult at some point in your life.
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The good of the whole.
Did you really type that?
People like you are scary to most Americans

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Hard to argue with that Fresh.
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Why have a system where people who are capable of work actively choose not to work, get better healthcare than those that actually work?
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I loved it when my 29% premium increase notice came it was followed with a letter telling me I can save money by choosing a crappier plan. Gee, thanks.
I still remember what a great plan I had before Ocare. It's not my problem that others make poor choices and would rather have their iPhone and new car with payment than be responsible and buy health insurance. Then they run to the ER for everything and libs scream we need to help them.

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trump is not up to the job. Wait. Anybody else. Charles Manson would be better.


Do you realize how stupid you are when you make a comment like this?
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Take the easy road boys, speaking of health care, morons. If we allow the haves to control everything, none of us will have anything. Health care needs to be a priority.
The tax reform benefits wealthy Americans much more than middle class. Corporations and business owners are going to pay even less than they do now. How many big companies are suffering? Assuming business owners are going to pass on the additional profits to their employees is a joke. We need to simplify the tax code, but this sham of a reform measure, with the middle class toting the note is a billionaires dream. Imagine that. I'd rather see everybody hunker down, cut the waste, pass on a big dinner every now and then and get the deficit payed down before worrying about cuts. 
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ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion will insure 21 million over the next 10 years. Who will pay for them? The same people paying for ER visits. Crazy, huh?

The good news is that most of the 13 million who decide to drop (previously mandatory) health insurance are young and healthy and don’t really need insurance. They won’t cost anyone a dime. In fact, some will simply pay as they as go, putting no burden on the taxpayer whatsoever.

Also important, when an uninsured goes to the ER, they must show that they are unable to pay for services. If they don’t, they are billed for all costs. Consequently, most ER visits taxpayers cover are for poor people. Mind you, ERs are only required to stabilize patients, not provide long term care.

Btw, ER usage increased significantly under Obamacare. Whether Medicaid, subsidized or (some of the) uninsured, the taxpayer pays.

Considering 90% of those paying the penalty are middle to low income, removing the mandate is an effective, welcome, and overdue tax cut for middle and poor Americans - those who need it most.

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Do you realize how stupid you are when you make a comment like this?


Do you see how gullible you are when you take a comment like that seriously? Exaggeration to make a point. trump cannot be trusted. He is playing all of you for his benefit. 
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