User Profile: genius.bate

genius.bate

Member Since: October 15, 2012

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  • October 18, 2012 at 5:20pm

    You’re right, energy price are higher!

    However, the reason lower taxes will not be able to tackle any of that is clear. Our economy is not the same that it was even 20 years ago. Back then, a lot of low value job we’re right here in America. Today, those same low value jobs are in China. Hence, you need something more. Lowering taxes by 20 even 80% will not get those jobs back. Why?

    Number 1: You need education to bring you something new. Education takes times. It has become so expensive in the last 20 years that people are not able to go towards their full potential.

    Number 2: Except for the people in the middle class, nobody really pays the real rates. If you, as a big company, pay those rates then change accountant. As simple as that. I repeat nobody. Most companies pay close to nothing. Not only in America, but all over the western world. Loopholes and lobbyists are to blame.

    Number 3: Currently, big companies have high reserves of cash and record profit. However, they don’t create jobs. Giving them more money won’t solve that problem. The reason is that the demand is not here. For the demand to grow, you need better paying jobs. Better paying jobs need education. Steve Jobs said it best:”It’s not our job to create jobs in America”.

    Hence, tax cuts is only an easy excuse. It won’t solve any problem.

  • October 15, 2012 at 1:52am

    Not one person in America is stopping you to create wealth and success in this country except for yourself. It’s one’s incompetence and lack of new skills that are impeaching this and are damaging our country. Tax cuts cannot and never will be able to overcompensate this simple fact.

    Most of the readers here are stuck in dead end jobs with absolutely no new added value to our economy. Those jobs cannot and will not create prosperity.

    You prefer to be here talking about a possibility that you yourselves are not able to create than blame the government about it. That’s pure and simple communism.

    Hence, you only need to ask yourself one question: how can higher tax rates under Clinton create more jobs than lower ones from 2000 to 2012 ?

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  • October 15, 2012 at 1:48am

    Not one person in America is stopping you to create wealth and success in this country except for yourself. It’s one’s incompetence and lack of new skills that are impeaching this and are damaging our country. Tax cuts cannot and never will be able to overcompensate this simple fact.

    Most of the readers here are stuck in dead end jobs with absolutely no new added value to our economy. Those jobs cannot and will not create prosperity.

    You prefer to be here talking about a possibility that you yourselves are not able to create, than blame the government about it. That’s pure and simple communism.

    Hence, you only need to ask yourself one question: how can higher tax rates under Clinton create more jobs than lower ones from 2000 to 2012 ?