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It’s time again for more debating! Yay..my favorite time of the year!

Posted by Enkill_Eridos on June 14, 2011

This is the Republican Party debate, I am currently writing something on the recent things passed by Congress and the house relating to Lybia, Syria, Iran, and North Korea..But now it is time for us to debate who is the best Republican Candidate?

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7 Responses to “It’s time again for more debating! Yay..my favorite time of the year!”

  1. Enkill_Eridos said

    If I was a Republican I would vote for Herman Cain.

  2. I love how one of the Republican Canidates said “Our nation has the highest corporation tax, we should abolish it.” I laughed because we have the highest tax rate, we also have the most loopholes it seems. Very few corporations actually pay the corporate tax.

  3. Wyndee said

    My husband owns a corporation. We get jacked in taxes. Thank GOD for loopholes or we would not have a business. seriously. Just a thougth from a different perspective. ;)

  4. Enkill_Eridos said

    Fair enough, but some of those loopholes that allow corporations like GE to pay 0 corporate taxes take away jobs from hard working Americans. Microsoft and many other corporations have pulled tech support in America to other countries. Our current unemployment rates are apart of that. The continuing unemployment increase is due to the fact that government jobs are now being downsized, and an American has a better chance of getting a job with an American Corporation outside of the United States than within. That says a lot about the bigger corporations that pay no corporate tax. I don’t think it should be abolished, but lowered. Also I do think tax breaks should only be given to the corporations that operate completely on US Soil, and those that have offices in America but most of their products made in other countries should be taxed heavily, and their products treated like an import rather than a domestically created one.

  5. Enkill_Eridos said

    Case in point look at a lot of the now defunct factories that used to make things but now are closed down. All because in the 90′s the US government in all of their stupidity decided to create these tax breaks to companies that operate on foreign soil. Analysts then warned the long term effects of that decision would be disastrous. Now look where our country is.

  6. wyndee said

    Ya. I guess its all perspective and dependent on size too. Were still small corp. The company I work for uses labs in china becquse of costs and employees aren’t thrilled, but the way we operate we have to find a cheaper way or we lose money. Our own lab is still in operation but they do orrthodontic work and others but no crown work. Believe it or not shipping and lab is 1/5th of the cost of in house. Anyway I don’t like big companies geetting out of it coz u know they make bank!!! What kills me is in OR there’s a tribal group that owns the casino. Pays NO taxes and they own several other businesses and don’t pay taxes b/c they r owned by the tribe!!! So lame!!!! They own a media business that’s in direct competition to us. Grr. I mean I wish them well, and we r in good relationship and I know who my provider is. It just seems like an unfair thing. They own a media tv commercial biz too. So they can own whatev and not pay taxes. Ha. Lucky duckies ;) course we did invade their land and take it over so I guess that’s compinsation

  7. Enkill_Eridos said

    I work for myself, as an independent contractor. I believe outsourcing for things like tech support and web design is something americans with these skills can do from home. This kind of outsourcing can be done at a much cheaper cost to a company than hiring an in house team working hourly. Why? Because most freelancers, which are independent contractors get paid not for how many hours that are worked, but by what you ask them to do how difficult it is etc.

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