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  • #61
    Originally posted by Gauleiter Bruce View Post

    You hate him because he beat Hillary, and you can't handle the fact that chicks can't be good presidents because of periods and such.
    Nope. I hate her too lol.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by deadpetals77 View Post

      Nope. I hate her too lol.
      He's really good at telling everyone what they think. Total loser.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by FreakShowFanatic View Post

        It comes down to giving a fuck about people, regardless of their circumstances or situation. I'm not surprised you can't comprehend that. What's nonsensical is your response.
        Just to be sure, you realize what was being talked about was tax exemptions on your personal tax return, right? Such things as "How many children do you have?" and "Did you pay real estate taxes that you would like to get credit for?" and "Is anyone in your family blind or permanently disabled?"

        So, tell me again when the last time was that you had to answer "Did you kill your wife last tax year?" on your tax return, you fucking psychopath?

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Gauleiter Bruce View Post

          I agree. But that's near impossible. Gradual expansion of medicare is the only way. Good luck with that.
          (Also, there won't be all these special operations for people. Sick babies and oldies will die. Fact. And, if you want really good care, you'll still have to pay for it.)
          I think there is a simpler and more logical solution to health care for the people that can't afford it. Basically think of it like a school system.

          Each state would fund certain hospitals strategically located around their state. I don't know how all states operate, but in Texas this is done already. They are county hospitals and the county funds most of their operating costs. The indigent (or poor) go to these county hospitals and they are treated regardless of ability to pay. They aren't shit hospitals, btw. They are very good hospitals.

          No federal intervention at all. Let the states (or counties) raise the taxes (as they do now) to fund them. Put all the medical staff on payroll and have prices for all the drugs, etc. No multi layer bill from various doctors for various treatments.

          Now, for the people that can afford different options? Let them go buy insurance or let their companies provide them insurance for better alternatives. But cut the god damn middle man (insurance) out of the equation to solve health care for those that can't afford it. That's what fucks the whole thing up. And get the feds out of it and let the states run it. If people don't like their state funded hospitals they can move. Just like with the schools or roads or anything else in a state.

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          • #65
            Sup man? Haven't been shanked or taken hostage yet?

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            • #66
              Oh yeah... Welcome back, Geist. Sorry Sybil hijacked your thread.

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              • #67
                christi's back too?

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by FreakShowFanatic View Post

                  No. If the deduction was "kill you wife for a major refund" (for example) I wouldn't do it. Apparently you feel differently. Without getting too personal I skip over the deductions I do not feel are right.
                  sorry dude, that's just dumb. 99.9 % of Ameticans take every deduction they possibly can. Yet you want to bitch about Donny doing it. Is it because he has money and can do what pretty much everyone else does but on a larger scale? Good for you if you want to pay more for some magical moral or ethical reason. The rest of America? We'll keep taking every legal deduction we can.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post
                    sorry dude, that's just dumb. 99.9 % of Ameticans take every deduction they possibly can. Yet you want to bitch about Donny doing it. Is it because he has money and can do what pretty much everyone else does but on a larger scale? Good for you if you want to pay more for some magical moral or ethical reason. The rest of America? We'll keep taking every legal deduction we can.
                    Honestly, arguing about a rich (or whoever) person that takes a lot of deductions is pretty stupid. Deductions are put into place for a very good reason by the government. They are to entice people to do certain things with their money that, in return, should provide some benefit for the society as a whole. So, in theory, the government would RATHER you take every deduction available.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by animal View Post

                      Honestly, arguing about a rich (or whoever) person that takes a lot of deductions is pretty stupid. Deductions are put into place for a very good reason by the government. They are to entice people to do certain things with their money that, in return, should provide some benefit for the society as a whole. So, in theory, the government would RATHER you take every deduction available.
                      Why wouldn't Donald donate 39 million to charity rather than pay it to the Federal govt?

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by Captquint View Post

                        He's really good at telling everyone what they think. Total loser.
                        You don't need to sign your posts, Captquint.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by hawkfan8812 View Post
                          Why wouldn't Donald donate 39 million to charity rather than pay it to the Federal govt?
                          i don't know how much he did or didn't donate to charities. i'm assuming he had some. but even if you donated $39 million to charity, it would only reduce your taxable income by $39 million, so you'd still owe quite a lot of taxes. so this argument is invalid.

                          plus there are limits on how much you can deduct to charity. i don't know if that would apply in this case, but its something around 50% of your adjusted taxable income.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by animal View Post

                            i don't know how much he did or didn't donate to charities. i'm assuming he had some. but even if you donated $39 million to charity, it would only reduce your taxable income by $39 million, so you'd still owe quite a lot of taxes. so this argument is invalid.
                            It's not an argument, it was a question.

                            Someone with a team of CPAs and tax lawyers should not pay 39 million in taxes.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by Gauleiter Bruce View Post

                              You don't need to sign your posts, Captquint.
                              You don't need to quote me. I understand you're very attracted to me.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by hawkfan8812 View Post
                                It's not an argument, it was a question.

                                Someone with a team of CPAs and tax lawyers should not pay 39 million in taxes.
                                Alternative minimum tax.

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