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Hillary Proposes $5K For Each Baby

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posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 10:44 AM
I think you will start to see things like this go over very badly on a national scale (as opposed to just people with brains)

Hillary has been pushing and pushing herself farther and farther to the left every time she opens her mouth. The only people who could possibly support her are the EXTREME fanatical left wingers.

Once the election grows near, she is either going to have to stick to her guns and expose herself for the insane socialist that she is. Or she will have to backtrack on all these wild promises and look like an insane socialist liar.

I really think she has back herself into a corner she won't be able to come out of.

posted on Oct, 24 2007 @ 06:28 AM
I was looking up Ron Paul in wikipedia when I noticed this:

Paul has introduced bills that would apply a $5,000 tax credit per child towards spending on any type of children's education–related expenses, public, private, or homeschool.

Seems Hillary's not the only one thinking along these lines.

1. random drug/alcohol screening those on welfare and food stamps

2. if you are on welfare and food stamps you must also be on a contraceptive. you get pregnant it is a strike against you. it happens again you have the option of surgery or get off government subsistance. the rest of us shouldn't be forced to support you and your ill planned litter.

3. minimum knowledge testing before being allowed to vote. type of questions would be basic: "who is vice president?" "point out the US on a map" "how many states in the union?" that sort of thing just to make sure they are not retarded and just voting for someone "cuz she black" or "cuz she a womin"

4. a voter should be able to pass an english language test to vote. and have a valid social security card.

I agree, I don't see why a Western country should have such low standards. I know in Australia potential immigrants have to pass a citizenship test which asks fairly basic questions about Australia. Of course that doesn't weed out the tards that were born here, maybe they should extend it to all Australians.

[edit on 24-10-2007 by Cthulwho]


posted on Oct, 24 2007 @ 07:55 AM
There's a big difference between a tax credit and a tax-funded savings account.

A tax credit allows the parents to claim another deduction from their taxable income to include the noted expenses, reducing their total taxable income.

You want every tax credit possible to minimize government theft of your money. This credit would mean parents don't pay taxes on education related expenses, not only freeing up money for the parents, but keeping the parental responsibilities where it belongs: with the parents.

Hillary's idea was (past tense as she allegedly has realized it was a very bad idea) to increase taxation in order to take parental responsibilities away from the parents and place them with the Government.

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