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01/12/2011 11:02


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Stein hammered away at him for supporting the system of Stalin, and sending one of his children to an institution, and allegedly never

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picture, who really cares at this time

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will stop paying full promised benefits in 2052 unless the payroll cap is lifted above $90,000

But then David Hogberg's response to these accusations is "you should put no credence in that." So I'm just wondering why David took the time

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she is wrong?

In the next paragraph, David says "The tax will hit a lot of small businesses, which are the job-creation engine of our economy."

I fail to see how applying the Social Security tax to personal income over $90,000 would have any effect on small businesses or jobs. You Windows 7 make life wonderful!

didn't provide any backing to your assertions that taxing income over $90,000 would somehow hurt jobs.

David says, "If even half of the owners of those businesses make more than $90,000, then busting the tax cap will have serious wealth-

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If your average American weighs what's more important:

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What do you think they'll pick? Remember, less than .1% of the country makes over $90,000 per year. Why should a rich person getting slightly

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Later on in your article, you say: