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Let me go from the bottom up on your presentation here.
You are making some kind of big deal about how McCrory has a 33-35 positive rating among registered democrats. Well, first, who is doing the rating and if you add 33 and 35, that gives ya 68. Is there some reason there was no mention of the 32 “others” and what they said when that Public Policy Polling poll was taken? Look, PPP is a decidedly left-leaning, democratic party-favoring polling service…..which is known by most folks and is only denied by those that can come up with good rhetoric and spin and innuendo to the contrary.
Now, let’s discuss this “special-interest money grab” thingy you’re trying to tag McCrory and his group with. What politico (people that follow politics on a regular basis) truly believes that there isn’t now and has always been an element of “special-interest” in party politics in America. No, no….I’m not condoning it, but when some blogster tries to make a politician from the opposite party out to be some kind of dasterdly dude because he plays that kind of politics, it’s pretty ridiculous knowing how BOTH parties….and politicians from BOTH parties do this. Wanna change it? Then get out there within your own party first and read them the riot act…and stop with the holier-than-thou balogna about other party’s politicians.
Thanks for the post, though. It gave me something to think about rather than the tragedy in Connecticut today.
REFORM TAX RATES Total Income Tax Rates-1M+ Incomes1993=31%2002=28%2007=17%Top 400 Income Tax Rates1992=28%2002=22%2007=17%Income growth 1979-2007Upper 0.1%=363%upper 1%=156%Bottom 90%=17%We need fiscal justice
swinney, post the source for the information you post here.
BUSH TAX CUTS LOST REVENUE2001-2010Lost 1903 Billion1% got 37.6%5% got 48.3%bottom 60% got 16.4%80% borrowed 10,000 2001-2012 was a result of Bush Programs