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Old May 2nd 12, 04:58 AM posted to misc.consumers,alt.consumers,alt.consumers.experiences,misc.consumers.frugal-living
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Default Raise Taxes on Rich vs Reduce Welfare Freeloaders

All the rich in America can't pay off the $15 trillion deficit but
going after welfare freeloaders can reduce wasteful taxpayer spending.
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Old May 2nd 12, 04:33 PM posted to misc.consumers,alt.consumers,alt.consumers.experiences,misc.consumers.frugal-living
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"Just Visiting" wrote in message
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All the rich in America can't pay off the $15 trillion deficit but
going after welfare freeloaders can reduce wasteful taxpayer spending.


And we are going to listen to someone who doesn't know the difference
between the debt and the deficit?


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Old May 3rd 12, 12:56 AM posted to misc.consumers,alt.consumers,alt.consumers.experiences,misc.consumers.frugal-living
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On Wed, 2 May 2012 10:33:33 -0400, "terrable"
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"Just Visiting" wrote in message
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All the rich in America can't pay off the $15 trillion deficit but
going after welfare freeloaders can reduce wasteful taxpayer spending.


And we are going to listen to someone who doesn't know the difference
between the debt and the deficit?


It's debt plain and simple.

Deficit:
1. the amount by which a sum of money falls short of the required
amount.
2. the amount by which expenditures or liabilities exceed income or
assets.
3. a lack or shortage; deficiency.

Suppose you're going to listen to someone who spends more taxpayer
money than all the previous presidents combined.
 




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