posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 11:56 AM
reply to post by Eurisko2012
Getting rid of the EPA would save us $10 Billion a year.
Yes, and we'd end up with more disasters like BP because the companies would even be less forced to comply with safety regulations. Still wanna give
the "thumbs up" to that one?
THINK before you type or parrot brainless slogans!!
Simplifying the tax code could help us fire an army of people at the IRS.
I actually agree with this, but no plan ever provided does this...
The entire education system is a mess. Just watch Waiting For Superman.
Shutting down the Dept. of Education would save us even more.
At the same time it makes sure millions get at least some form of education at a price they can afford...which privatized institutions simply don't.
I agree that education (and science in general) is going down hill in the US, but shutting down the department isn't the solution...it needs to
improved, not shut down. That's the case for most departments by the way.
If you wanna save taxpayer money...and making sure the dollar doesn't get even more devalued...how about demanding the fed pumps money in the system
like a crack addict? How about demanding companies that don't need it don't get tax refunds...like Exxon for example? that would save billions if
not trillions...yet it's not part of Ryan's plan. It isn't because the very people PAYING HIM rely on those tax refunds and donations to stay in
The US isn't a socialist country...it's mostly "socialist" towards corporations. Because thanks to reckless deregulation instead of going bust,
large companies can now simply demand losses to be paid for by the average tax payer. Dodd-Frank initially had some great parts in it that would have
prevented this from happening again...sadly the GOP voted out exactly those parts.