US Corporations are sitting on $5.13 trillion dollars in liquid assets, so clearly if we lower their taxes and remove regulations they'll hire people again.

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    you fvcking leftbut wackos are hilariously ignorant!!

    This admin has been threatening the business community with higher fees taxes and regulation for 4 years and only your dumba55 doesnt understand why they are skittish about investing in expansion and hiring more!!

     
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    you fvcking leftbut wackos are hilariously ignorant!!

    This admin has been threatening the business community with higher fees taxes and regulation for 4 years and only your dumba55 doesnt understand why they are skittish about investing in expansion and hiring more!!

     
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    Angryman wants his Nanny State to take all that loot and redistribute it.

     
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    you fvcking leftbut wackos are hilariously ignorant!! This admin has been threatening the business community with higher fees taxes and regulation for 4 years and only your dumba55 doesnt understand why they are skittish about investing in expansion and hiring more!!

    Man-o-man you wingnuts just get dumber and dumber in your wingnut memes. 

    So let me get this straight....

    You idiots believe;

    The threat of something is more powerful than the reality of profits? How do you muster the courage to crawl out from under your beds in the morning?

    Companies are not investing because of the threat of something. So that means they are willing to forgo new profits and business because, and only because, of some yet indeterminite threat.

    Inspite of sitting on RECORD cash reserves, the best and brightest need even more money in order to hire and expand. That the only thing between a racing economy and current levels is that these companies need to increase their piggybanks by 20%. 

    BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 

    Oh Gawd you idiots are too freakin funny.

    Which wingnut's rectum did that bullcrap come dribbling out of?   

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    You are free to be willfully ignorant all you want but, in the real world of business when an administration is constantly citing that business and the rich are the enemy and need to pay and be regulated more while at the same time promoting more and more social programs to be paid at their expense; it's causes business to retract or at a minimum not expand until the climate becomes more friendly to business!!

    That is just a fact!! 

     
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    Angryman wants his Nanny State to take all that loot and redistribute it.

     
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    The US federal Government is sitting on $6.1 trillion in spending in fiscal year 2013, so clearly if we raise taxes and add regulations the government will actually solve problems...

     
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    The US federal Government is sitting on $6.1 trillion in spending in fiscal year 2013, so clearly if we raise taxes and add regulations the government will actually solve problems...

     
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    The US federal Government is sitting on $6.1 trillion in spending in fiscal year 2013, so clearly if we raise taxes and add regulations the government will actually solve problems...

     
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    Right wing apologists are at it again.

    They almost hurt themselves trying to make excuses for the wealthy.

     
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    Right wing apologists are at it again.

    They almost hurt themselves trying to make excuses for the wealthy.

     
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    Another ridiculous whacko wingnut emem that is contrary to reality. Seems to happen alot!

    These idiots haven't a freakin clue about economics. Idiots!

     

    US Corporations are sitting on $5.13 trillion dollars in liquid assets, so clearly if we lower their taxes and remove regulations they'll hire people again.

    The $5 Trillion Stash: U.S. Corporations' Money Hoard Is Bigger Than the GDP of Germany
    You can't blame corporations for wanting a security blanket during the past few years, what with the world economy always seeming one more pointless Congressional showdown or odd European election away from catastrophe. But as Reuters' David Cay Johnston points out this week, American companies may be hoarding more cash than most of us had previously realized -- about $5 trillion worth, as of 2009.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/07/the-5-trillion-stash-us-corporations-money-hoard-is-bigger-than-the-gdp-of-germany/260006/

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    They'll hire after next Tuesday.

     
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    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
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    Another ridiculous whacko wingnut emem that is contrary to reality. Seems to happen alot!

    These idiots haven't a freakin clue about economics. Idiots!

     

    US Corporations are sitting on $5.13 trillion dollars in liquid assets, so clearly if we lower their taxes and remove regulations they'll hire people again.

    The $5 Trillion Stash: U.S. Corporations' Money Hoard Is Bigger Than the GDP of Germany
    You can't blame corporations for wanting a security blanket during the past few years, what with the world economy always seeming one more pointless Congressional showdown or odd European election away from catastrophe. But as Reuters' David Cay Johnston points out this week, American companies may be hoarding more cash than most of us had previously realized -- about $5 trillion worth, as of 2009.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/07/the-5-trillion-stash-us-corporations-money-hoard-is-bigger-than-the-gdp-of-germany/260006/

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    They'll hire after next Tuesday.

     
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    They see all that money out there not being redistributed it upsets them.

    Same with off shore investments.

    Denies them free stuff.

     
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    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
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    Makin g excuses for the wealthy? Oh you and your moonbat Obamaphiles would never engage in class warfare now would you? You should talk to your anal orifice pal 12am who was lauding the accomplishments of the 1%ers as some sort of accomplishment for your comrade Obama. I am going to love it when your pathetic President follows his mentor Jimmah Cahtah into oblivion. Of course if he wins I will shiiite a watermelon. Oh, I guess I am a racist now. OK, I'll shiite a canteloupe. Is that OK?

     

     

     

     



    WHAT THE FVCK ARE YOU BABBLING ABOUT?

    Seriously, what does the FACT that the unbiased, universally available stock market have to do with the 1% bullshiit?

    And what does the FACT that companies are sitting on record profits, which depresses their stock prices, lowers the returns for all investors, and is subject to IRS penalties, have to do with anything?

    Is that your idea of capitalism? Hoarding profits and not expanding business to make MORE money.

    Gawd you're a freakin imbecile.

     

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    All the redistributable money sitting there just irks you and the cult leader in chief.

    Comical.

     
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    Right wing apologists are at it again.

    They almost hurt themselves trying to make excuses for the wealthy.

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    Glad to see the left is still allergic to success.

    Let me ax you something. Have you ever gotten a job from a poor person?

    The inability of the left to occupy something in the real world has left them clinging bitterly to their  bongs and their communist manifestos.

     
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    In response to DirtyWaterLover's comment:
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    Right wing apologists are at it again.

    They almost hurt themselves trying to make excuses for the wealthy.

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    Glad to see the left is still allergic to success.

    Let me ax you something. Have you ever gotten a job from a poor person?

    The inability of the left to occupy something in the real world has left them clinging bitterly to their  bongs and their communist manifestos.

     

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