Re: Why isn't a $5 trillion tax cut a fair attack?
posted at 10/10/2012 10:11 PM EDT
In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
In response to Newtster's comment:
This is not a prviate/public sector issue - except for maybe a koolaid drinking Obama butt kisser like you. As a matter of fact I think I underestimate you. You must have some Obama signed sex toy up your a55 right now. Who writes the checks to those contractors?? Who expands the scope of work after the contract is signed and the work is started???? Who consciously spends money they don't have? Do you write a check when you don't have the money??? This is not a matter of politics moron. Both Republicans and Democrats do it. We didn't get to $16 trillion in debt because of contractors. We got there because of politicians that overpromise and are TOO CHICKEN TO TELL THE TRUTH for fear of losing their corrpuption-funded gravy train at our expense. You owe about $50,000 per family member just because of the debt Obama has laid on us. You are going to pay it back sometime. It will not be pretty. Did I foregt about the $100K+ that came before him? You will have to pay that back too. SUCKER!!!
Hey ya fvcking IDIOT if you're so fvcking stoopid you can't grasp the difference between who actually builds a gov't project and how the money to pay for it is raised, then ask your homeroom teacher to explain it to you.
Just because you keep getting your ignorant a55 kicked in every argument you stick your uneducated lberal arts nose into don't blame the people who actually know what they're talking about.
It's your ideological ignorance that keeps shining through in each and every post.
So if you don't want your ideological ignorance challenged then stop asking questions like this;
Tax rates and the revenue they generate are fairly consistent and can be projected with some degree of accuracy. Do you have any links or other references to back up this claim?
And I'll stop slapping your pointy liberal arts head around with facts;
Indeed, the RMSPE (root mean square projection error) and MAPE (mean absolute projection error) are 2.2 percent and 1.5 percent, and 1.6 percent and 1.1 percent for the CBO projections and RW, respectively. These differences are relatively small in absolute terms and are not statistically significant.
Yeah slapping everyone around with your filthy language is impressive.