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Last Night's GOP Debate

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posted on Nov, 1 2015 @ 10:57 PM
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originally posted by: jimmyx
agreed....but let's take a look at the idea of "tax reform"....this website outlines what has happened to the IRS, and it's ability to function...
www.cbpp.org...
it would seem that the IRS needs more personnel and funding, rather than the opposite


The big picture tax reform of the Republican party is to make the IRS dysfunctional (like every other government office) and then cut it's funding so that it can't effectively collect any taxes. That is how they will reduce them. They will create tax cuts by removing the governments ability to collect.
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posted on Nov, 1 2015 @ 11:18 PM
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originally posted by: WP4YT
The GOP debate was a clown show, for sure. That's what the liberal media wants. They did nothing but attack the GOP candidates and pit then against each other. In the dem debate, they actually asked substantive questions. They didnt ask the dems if they were running a comic book villian campaign or what the candidates thoughts were on fantasy football.



The fantasy football debate is economic in nature and it applies to several other products as well. The US has online poker outlawed, and has strict regulations on many forms of gambling. In other forms however there are no regulations whatsoever. Wouldn't it make sense if we brought everything under the same rules? And if we did, what would those rules be?



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