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ronnie paul has never been right about anything in his life. Try again?
...and then Bullwrinkle chimes in with a completely unpredictable post in which he calls people "idiots" and reaffirms his obsession with me.
As for my evidence that ending the preferential tax treatment of capital gains would lead to increased tax revenue, let's see if I do indeed have any such evidence. If x is a positive number, what's greater: 0.396x or 0.15x? Now let's see if you make this thread even more predictable by dodging that question.
That's your "evidence"? Wow - Prevert why stop there? How about - 0.9999x or 0.15x, what's greater?
Let me officially apologize to the other idiots for lumping them in with you. You clearly are in a class all by yourself.
Egotism is the anesthetic that dulls the pain of stupidity. - Frank Leahy.-- If you're going to be stupid, be smart about it. - Mike Milbury
After complaining, "This thread is so predictable," you've made it more predictable. Congratulations on continuing to give others the very same things you bitch about.
And it was as you stuck your foot in your pie hole again with you idiotic and completely unsupported claim that raising the cap gain tax rate will increase tax revenue, when history has proven the exact opposite.
The significance of one's recovery is relative to how serious the illness was (a cold vs cancer).
Still no answer.
RQA isn't giving you cover for your dodge this time, Bullwrinkle. He posted this in another thread: "Of course 0.396x > 0.15x."
Yet there's been no answer from you.
OK dodger. If the cap gains tax rate were raised to 99% from the current 15%, would cap gain tax revenue increase? A simple yes or no answer is required, or I'll have to report you in your other butt-hurt thread.
Dodger? You're projecting again. Now please answer my question.
Hey no dodging -If the cap gains tax rate were raised to 99% from the current 15%, would capital gain tax revenue increase?
Yes. Prove me wrong.
Also, answer my question. Even RQA isn't as much of a pussy as you are.
Looks like it isn't exactly a recovery anymore. "Change we can believe in".
From Yahoo! Finance: The U.S. economy shrank from October through December for the first time since the recession ended, hurt by the biggest cut in defense spending in 40 years, fewer exports and sluggish growth in company ...
Oh - I forgot - must be Bush's fault.
Still posting, still no answer. Great work!
Defending your hero again?
Saying this is his fault is defending him? Prevert you really need to try to keep up here.
So you've gone from defending Bush's economic record by pretending the last six months of his presidency didn't happen to admitting that your hero fucked things up so badly we're still feeling the effects.
I didn't think you were capable of intellectual growth.
Your poor little head just must be spinning trying to keep up here Prevert.
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