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I'm just curious as to what Obama has said or done to make you think he wants to get rid of the middle class. And what makes you think any one president will be able to "Help" the middle class from becoming more broke? Raising minimum wage usually increases the cost of groceries, clothing, etc. Putting more of the tax burden on the "rich" increases the cost of such items. Providing social benefits comes with a price tag as well. I'm just curious to know the one thing anyone candidate can do for the economy?
I can't believe this could happen, lmbo!
If they can show up in person, I suppose they can surf the web too!
It was quite a pay day… I almost got ten dollars more a week. 23 cent raise after fives, not bad, not bad at all. That is 4 cents a year... I'm be rich in no time.
This is very disappointing but no surprising at all.
Just my two cents: It isn't going to be about photo ID, registration, etc... Young voters are going to expect to vote online... everything is online... that is what they will want; that is what they will expect.
A few things to laugh about:
"How can you get a better return on your Social Security taxes? Live longer. "
"The tax is applied to the first $110,100 of a worker's wages, a level that increases each year with inflation. "
"If you retired in 1960, you could expect to get back seven times more in benefits than you paid in Social Security taxes, and more if you were a low-income worker, as long you made it to age 78 for men and 81 for women... ... ... Even with low tax rates, Social Security could afford to pay benefits in the early years because there were more workers paying the tax for each person receiving benefits than there are today. In 1960, there were 4.9 workers paying Social Security taxes for each person getting benefits. "
--So where did all the money go? I don't see how this isn't sustainable...lmbo!
Don't worry about floods, those never happen...
Thanks for the info. I'll have to do some more reading!
Unless, I'm mistaken, Jefferson City dosn't get their power from the Nuke Plant so I'm not really sure how adding another tower would lower rates for us...please explain.
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