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  • JR74 

    It wasn't removed for a violation of the usage agreement. I removed a simple question that I got the answer to when I scrolled back up.

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    Congrats Bro......ya'll too deserve it! See ya on the 14th!

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    I can see you have't changed a bit Mike....still pushing for more taxes. =) Cap and trade has been a tax bill since the start. Now liberals are just trying to save their asses before November.

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    I haven't been on here in a while....but you're still cranking out the good ones! Keep it up brother.

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    But not everybody is brought up like that. I've got kids on my little league team that couldn't whip a gust of wind, and that's the way they are raised. There has been several cases of bullying leading to suicide and several have been taken to trial and convicted of manslaughter. ( I believe that's what the charge was but I may be wrong.)

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    And I love the liberal way of thinking.....it's ok to take your money and give it to the poor. But did anybody other than me notice how many people BO appointed that hadn't paid their taxes.....think about that.

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    Been busy working so the slack jaws can sit around all day ex. I just popped in and couldn't resist.
    The first federal statutes imposing the legal obligation to pay a federal income tax were adopted by Congress in 1861 and 1862 to pay for the Civil War. The 1862 law levied a 3% tax on incomes above $800, rising to 5% for incomes above $10,000. Rates were raised in 1864. This income tax was repealed in 1872, but a new income tax statute was enacted as part of the Wilson-Gorman Tariff Act in 1894.

    In simple terms it was used to pay for the cost of war. Not for some slack jawed lazy SOB to sit on his/her couch, watch tv, make 100 kids and collect money so they don't have to work.

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    Ex, you have to put it in simple terms for some people. They think this "redistribution of wealth" is great until the finally figure out that everything they work for is going to be split with everybody that sits at home watching their "stories" all day and refuse to go look for work even though they are able. Infact Code...I think I'll quit my job, sit at home and just collect your paycheck. So, I guess you could say that you will be working for me.

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    Ok after I picked myself up off the floor and got back to my keyboard, I have to say that was the funniest thing I've read all day!

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