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Forum: Inboxer Rebellion 20 April 2010, 01:22 AM
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Inflation wouldn't drive the numbers higher since...

Inflation wouldn't drive the numbers higher since the income is being held constant. Which is to say that inflation makes the $60000 person a bit poorer for each of those ten years.

Which is why...
Forum: Inboxer Rebellion 18 April 2010, 02:07 AM
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Posted By Steve
But some of them were the people who protested...

But some of them were the people who protested the Iraq War. And others didn't like it, but they weren't the type to protest.

And the rest were wrong during the Bush years. I'm still unsure why...
Forum: Inboxer Rebellion 18 April 2010, 12:23 AM
Replies: 51
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Posted By Steve
Interesting. Thanks for the link. I honestly...

Interesting. Thanks for the link. I honestly didn't know that any economist would have thought that.

But, um, she is a bit short on numbers, isn't she? (Yeah I know, she mentioned the multiplier....
Forum: Inboxer Rebellion 17 April 2010, 11:15 PM
Replies: 51
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Posted By Steve
This, I think, is true. Or at least I hope it...

This, I think, is true. Or at least I hope it is. But even the most optimistic outlook for the stimulus plan would require repayment of the deficit. Obviously if there are more jobs there are more...
Forum: Inboxer Rebellion 17 April 2010, 10:57 PM
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Posted By Steve
I get the sarcasm, but I'm honestly not sure what...

I get the sarcasm, but I'm honestly not sure what your point is. Surely more government spending will require more taxes in the future, no? How could the stimulus package be paid off if not with...
Forum: Inboxer Rebellion 17 April 2010, 10:37 PM
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Posted By Steve
But as far as I can tell most Tea Partiers are...

But as far as I can tell most Tea Partiers are disagreeing with government spending rather than the current rate of taxation. And there's nothing particularly nutty about thinking that even if our...
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