User Profile: usfreeman

usfreeman

Member Since: February 25, 2013

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  • May 27, 2015 at 12:02pm

    Use….pure irrationally and stupidity need no license and you must be in first place to be the poster child for it.
    My take away from ALL you’ve said is. That income tax is great and we live in an evil rich society

  • May 27, 2015 at 11:54am

    Use don’t you dare to elevate yourself to the benefactor in blessing MY ignorance, if anyone here is the boob it is you. This country is unique in all of history while tyranny through despotism and communism has been the norm. Boob indeed you may be a programming genius but as a historian and oracle of social architecture you’re a consummate moron. Crawl back under your nice dark troll bridge.

  • [4] May 27, 2015 at 10:53am

    WayTruth What do you think the reason is for the 30 million unemployed or underemployed. If there was a climate in the USA which enticed people to invest here we’d be swimming in jobs. We have a Marxist in the WH who has and is operating our government like a banana republic where laws, regulations, and taxes change like the breeze. No businessman in his right mind will commit his wealth to this kind of a paradigm.

    Reagan’s trickly down economics created 21 million new jobs (taxpayers) and JFK did much the same during his time too. Good history can repeat itself just as much as bad history can too (like we are suffering now).

    Minimum wage (as a living wage) is an excuse for people to be lethargic and not to invest in themselves through a commitment to education.

    A lot depends on our choices at the election booth.

  • [1] May 27, 2015 at 10:45am

    Use Why don’t we just have a flat tax of let’s say fifteen percent? Then the war can become about how to accomplish what the public wants with that money instead of an ever increasing percentage of our income by some specious formula and the compounding of taxation through fees and other income sources like fines, permits, licenses etc. which just become a hidden tax component of products we ultimately buy.

    There some major differences in income taxes vs flat tax as it regards freedom. An income tax system is inherently a re-distributionist system where the current political party gets to pick winners and losers. Ultimately the income tax system will be the reflection (result) of people who (believe) that they can vote themselves, someone else’s wealth. In a flat tax system one can choose the tax they wish to pay via the product choices they make. In any case there is no “tax evasion” because there are no tax exemptions i.e. everyone pays rich or poor.

    As to poor I would rather pay more in welfare to someone so that they can pay taxes because if they have to pay taxes too they will think a lot harder about whether to increase their taxes at the ballot box. Right now there is no down side to increased taxation for those people.

    The bottom line is “when did you ever get a job from a poor person”? Why not because they lack the skills and willingness to put their fortune on the line every day in the HOPE that they will make money, why do you think we should destroy that?

  • [2] May 27, 2015 at 10:30am

    WayTruth I agree to some extent but the methodology to rectify the imbalance(?) is what is at issue. My dad and I had spirited discussions while he was alive. I have come to agree whole heartedly. It goes like this no corporate leader should be allowed a salary. Instead his compensation should be in the form of attractive stock options and the result of the performance of stock ownership in the company he manages because the company is accessing “public capital” like bank loans and stock market positions etc. It makes this level of management much more concerned about the success of the company and makes the mantle of management much, much more than a Harvard degree and more of a commitment as to whether you can really do it successfully or not. It also ensures a much greater commitment to the continued success of the company as management changes due to retirement to preserve the value of the stock, the manager owns. The notion that some Harvard MBA is automatically qualified to earn millions and that if he isn’t successfull that he deserves a nice separation package is the stuff of dreams but unfortunately is reality.

    IF companies are successful the need for workers and will be high instead of the 30 million people who’ve left the workforce because there is no NEED for them, the competition for their work will drive their salaries up. Simple supply and demand.

  • [10] May 27, 2015 at 9:55am

    Use it appears you haven’t enough functioning brain cells to understand that socialism is just a way station on the way to communism. Your name calling in support of your Marxist champion reveals your willful hate of America as it was founded. I’ll bet you are one of the elitests who believe that the Constitution is a flawed document that we should ignore in pursuit of what you and your betters would characterize as the “greater good” or lawlessness in conservatives venacular.

  • [9] May 27, 2015 at 9:37am

    ISLAM and MUSLIMS are the real problem. Radical vs peaceful? How about actively radical vs potentially radical

  • [1] May 27, 2015 at 9:06am

    Bernie is a dedicated communist, because of that he has no appreciation or understanding of a free market economy, so yes he meant what he said. Fauxahontus thinks exactly the same way to, Billary is a little different case. She’s another Aliniski believer but of course is willing to do nearly anything criminal to achieve wealth and power.

  • [102] May 26, 2015 at 10:55pm

    How about a flat tax, no exemptions EVER,!!

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  • [152] May 26, 2015 at 10:38pm

    When will people grow some stones and quit with the socialist tag and call him (especially) and the rest of the front runner DemonRats what they are COMMUNISTS

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  • [6] May 26, 2015 at 9:58am

    Maybe we should fashion some armaments out of simtex for them to steal. It could be the gift that works for us if properly applied.

  • [2] May 26, 2015 at 9:47am

    The only thing that concerns me is whether these deals defeat the shopping cart concept of entertainment choices. I dumped cable in favor of over the air. The picture is better and network has offered less and less of anything I care to watch that paying for it woul be an insult. I’m happy as a pig in xxxx not handing my bucks to a bunch of overpaid jocks, actors etc.!

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  • [9] May 25, 2015 at 8:36pm

    Hesoworthy ain’t it just amazing that we’ve seen more “racist” stuff here and around the world since our head racist was imaculated???

  • [34] May 25, 2015 at 1:29pm

    Nice looking house…..I wonder how much we’re paying for it or is she one of our government employees? In any case just what was so important that she left the result of her last tryst behind? Hate to be so brutal but the cause of this probably will make it stink a lot worse.

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  • [10] May 25, 2015 at 10:29am

    That can’t happen he was WHITE and Jewish to boot

  • [227] May 25, 2015 at 9:32am

    Wow our head racist should be overjoyed, now racism is spreading over the globe!!

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  • [6] May 24, 2015 at 4:42pm

    If we EVER get an American president I hope he (or she) quits throwing our money down the drain and kicks these freeloading leeches out of the country to maybe someplace like Ireland they seem to be pretty stupid.

  • [-1] May 23, 2015 at 3:40pm

    Seems like maybe the cop wasn’t thinking with the head on his shoulders.

  • [3] May 23, 2015 at 1:34pm

    Spanky why do so many homosexuals care so desperately to “be married in a “church” if in fact the religious side of the “religious rite” of marriage isn’t important…..don’t try selling that pretzel logic to me.

    Blink marriage actually predates much recorded history and was first a tool to unite countries/kingdoms…..nice try once again you are arguing something you know very little about.

    Ianimibus, marriages are civil unions by default which protects all property and personal issues. The only way it is definitely separate is with respect to the progeny of a heterosexual couple which as far as I know is still strictly and only possible in heterosexual relationships, and with regard to that, homosexual relationships will never be “equal”.

  • [63] May 23, 2015 at 1:12pm

    So when will the university start hiring all kinds of felons for their staff who’ve served their time. I’m thinking maybe some sexual predators, rapists, etc., just for the sake of diversity.

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