- From: "J. Carroll" <nohow@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 22:27:42 -0800
D Murphy wrote:
"J. Carroll" <nohow@xxxxxxxx> wrote in
D Murphy wrote:
"Mich" <compukatt@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
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pyotr filipivich <phamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
As I've said before, if we could just tax Democrats, Liberals and
Progressives, everybody would be happy. They'd get to pay hire
taxes, ad the rest of us would be left alone
The next time some liberal politician talks about raising taxes,
ask him or her to declair by what percentage they overpaid their
Just for the heck of it, please explain how all this federal
deficit will be paid?
Simple. The government will go bankrupt at a point well into the
future. Like any other bankruptcy the debts are renegotiated or
forgiven. Since the vast majority of the debt will be for Social
Security and Medicaid/Medicare, don't count on recieving any of it
if you are younger. Count on a big cut if your middle aged, and
you'll be dead by then if you are already collecting.
Unless of course they change the way any of these welfare programs
work and are paid for.
Apperenly you think this is good.
I'm going to visit my own particular version of justice on all of
this and I have.
No, I don't think it's good at all. But where else are we headed?
Nobody has the political will to pull off any sort of reform.
All I'm saying is don't count on these programs being aroung if you
will be entitled to them say 40-50 years from now. Maybe earlier,
maybe later. Depends on how well the economy does between now and
Taken to it's logical conclusion, what you are saying is that the United
States will become a country that will the tolerate death of it's poor and
high risk citizens. The reverse is true today. Treatment is never denied. It
isn't equal mind you but it isn't denied. Gunner, for example, would be dead
today were that not the case.
Having a well educated and healthy work force is tremendously valuable. Our
future depends on it as a nation state.
John R. Carroll
Machining Solution Software, Inc.
Los Angeles San Francisco