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Mad Pole

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I'm a disabled veteran, I pay no taxes. I voted for obama.
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the rich will do ok no matter what because they have a big cushion. the poor will get aid.

the middle class is getting crushed.
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When these idiots who voted for Obama (the ones with jobs & college students) get their checks in January & proceed to whine, I plan to rub their noses in it as hard as I can.

No sympathy!
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the first month of January is the only reason I still have a FB, I want to watch the carnage scroll and see what they do when they can't blame Bush...
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C'MON!!!! WHERE ARE ALL YOU ASSHATS WHO VOTED FOR THIS *JERK* BECAUSE RO(Money) - soo clever - WAS GOING TO BE - SO BAD - FOR US!!! HE WOULD STEAL ALL OUR MONEY, AND HE WANTED TO SEE PEOPLE OUT OF WORK, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH. HE ONLY CARED FOR THE RICH, AND OBAMMY WAS GOING TO TAKE CARE OF US LOWLY JERKS.......NOTHING BAAAD WAS GOING TO HAPPEN. NOOOO, OBAMA WOULDN'T DO THAAAAT.....

WHEN WILL YOU JERKS 'FESS UP THAT YOU *DID* GET THE BIG, DRY, SCREW JOB FROM O'ZERO AND THE DEMS.

YES, I'M SCREAMING, YES, I'M ANGRY.

DEAL WITH IT. YOU HAD THIS COMING. NOBODY WOULD LISTEN TO REASON, NOBODY WANTED TO HEAR THAT OBAMA WOULD BE LIKE A LITTLE DIC-K-TATOR, AND THINGS WERE GOING TO GET A WHOLE LOT WORSE AFTER HE WAS RE-ELECTED.

NOW. DEAL. WITH. IT.
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^^ THIS^^
FUCK ALL YOU PEOPLE WHO VOTED FOR OBAMA. I HOPE THE SCREWS GO IN DEEPER FOR ALL OF YOU WHO DID VOTE FOR HIM.
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My husband and I believe that more 'full time' workers will be reduced to 'part time' before 2013 is over in order to head off the obamacare 'tax'.
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Yup!
 Quoting: Tanarus


Dead on. Also, Moving to temp agencies to keep head count under 50 full time positions.
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You got to love that hope and change norespect
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clappa
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I'm a disabled veteran, I pay no taxes. I voted for obama.
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You forgot, "And i suck eggs."
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C'MON!!!! WHERE ARE ALL YOU ASSHATS WHO VOTED FOR THIS *JERK* BECAUSE RO(Money) - soo clever - WAS GOING TO BE - SO BAD - FOR US!!! HE WOULD STEAL ALL OUR MONEY, AND HE WANTED TO SEE PEOPLE OUT OF WORK, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH. HE ONLY CARED FOR THE RICH, AND OBAMMY WAS GOING TO TAKE CARE OF US LOWLY JERKS.......NOTHING BAAAD WAS GOING TO HAPPEN. NOOOO, OBAMA WOULDN'T DO THAAAAT.....

WHEN WILL YOU JERKS 'FESS UP THAT YOU *DID* GET THE BIG, DRY, SCREW JOB FROM O'ZERO AND THE DEMS.

YES, I'M SCREAMING, YES, I'M ANGRY.

DEAL WITH IT. YOU HAD THIS COMING. NOBODY WOULD LISTEN TO REASON, NOBODY WANTED TO HEAR THAT OBAMA WOULD BE LIKE A LITTLE DIC-K-TATOR, AND THINGS WERE GOING TO GET A WHOLE LOT WORSE AFTER HE WAS RE-ELECTED.

NOW. DEAL. WITH. IT.
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^^ THIS^^
FUCK ALL YOU PEOPLE WHO VOTED FOR OBAMA. I HOPE THE SCREWS GO IN DEEPER FOR ALL OF YOU WHO DID VOTE FOR HIM.
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hypothetically speaking, we need a big ass armed revolution with bankers and politicians swinging from light poles...


hypothetically speaking that is.
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I'm a disabled veteran, I pay no taxes. I voted for obama.
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Vet or not then....you are a sheep.
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Re: Welcome to the Fiscal Cliff. Just received this notice from payroll dept...
Important changes to your tax withholding amounts effective January 1, 2013

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 that was signed into law in December 2010 will expire on December 31, 2012. What this means to you:

· The temporary 2% cut in employee Social Security withholding (from 6.2% to 4.2%) effective on January 1, 2011, will expire, and the rate will change back to 6.2%.

· The Social Security wage base is increasing from $110,100 to $113,700, resulting in the maximum tax being increased from $4,624.20 to $7,049.40.

· In addition, the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act of 2010 increases the Medicare part A payroll tax by 0.9% (from 1.45% to 2.35%) for all income above $200,000.
Other possible changes effective January 1, 2013:

Tax-related provisions of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA) also are set to expire on December 31, 2012 impacting Federal Income Tax withholding. What this means:

· The 10% income tax bracket is eliminated; the lowest bracket will be 15%. The top four brackets will change as shown below. To:

25% to 28%
28% to 31%
33% to 36%
35% to 39.6%

· Optional flat rate tax on Supplemental Wages up to $1 million in a year increases from 25% to 28%.

· Mandatory flat rate on Supplemental Wages over $1 million in a year increases from 35% to 39.6%.

The information above reflects the legislation currently in effect. If the laws change, we will send an update as early as possible in January 2013.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25720208


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The sad part is how people think their taxes are not going up. They are going up for EVERYONE you morans.
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Yep.
The sheep are about to realize they have been slaughtered by there own stupidity and ignorance.

:useful:
 Quoting: Burt Gummer


I sat down w/ my acct. and things look good for me friend. Lots o deductions, no ss (teacher), and it's going to be better than last year. At least for moi.
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We all knew that taxes had to go up, right? Maybe if we tax the fuck out of our wealthy owners, some of that debt will go down and we can bring rates down again. You guys act like the 90's were this terrible, oppressive time. All we're doing is getting back to the 90‘s rates.
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My husband and I believe that more 'full time' workers will be reduced to 'part time' before 2013 is over in order to head off the obamacare 'tax'.
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I agree. It's already happening at the hospital.

Last Edited by Alexander on 12/05/2012 08:02 PM
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"Wake up America" is republitard for "if you voted for Romney this wouldn't happen."

What a bunch of tards
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Uhm, no it's not. But keep voting for Obama, I'm sure he will help America haha.
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Tell me genius, how many more times do you think people can vote for Obama?
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The next yr doesnt look hopeful. But I dont expect it to. The shadow world government has almost collapsed the economy of the world through central banks. The riots and protests in Europe will soon happen here. They are already prepared for it thanks to Home Security the TSA and other departments. I suggest prepare for hard times have food in your house. The money in this Fiscal Cliff is a joke END THE FED!!!!! Idol1
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My husband and I believe that more 'full time' workers will be reduced to 'part time' before 2013 is over in order to head off the obamacare 'tax'.
 Quoting: tandym


Well, Obamacare makes it really easy now for employers to eliminate employee benefits since the fines to pay for not insuring employees are cheaper that the employer contributions if they are part of the plan.

Basically, Obama gave all these businesses a nice cost shift break to reduce their overhead in paying for health insurance.
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Yeah. I'm sure they are all relieved to finally have it too.

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if you don't want to pay so much in taxes just work for less money, that will help the economy anyways

proud 15%er: i make plenty and live a good life because i am not greedy
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17579430


Not judging you or anything but the more you make the more you can give and help out others. And of course the less we give the government the more "we the people" can try to help out each other.
 Quoting: IRQ_1


Thinking like this kills innovation. There will no longer be any incentive to excel.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26646277


Are you really that stupid or just that shallow?

Your suggesting that giving to the government, the great bastion of efficiency, is going to help innovation?

/wtf


EDITED TO ADD

Sorry I think I misread you AC. Yes thinking like that does tend to stifle innovation. There is nothing wrong with earning money as long as you can do what's best with it. Now that is up to you.

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I'm a disabled veteran, I pay no taxes. I voted for obama.
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You forgot, "And i suck eggs."
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"Eggs"? Is that what they're calling it nowadays?
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I refuse to contribute 1 penny to this evil, anti-human regime in the form of income tax!

Fuck 'em, I choose to be broke.

Who is John Galt?

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I'm a disabled veteran, I pay no taxes. I voted for obama.
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You forgot, "And i suck eggs."
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"Eggs"? Is that what they're calling it nowadays?
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Luckily these changes won't affect any Obama voters...
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Truer words were never spoken. (Except there are a couple of libs where I work who actually get pretty good paychecks....Boy are they going to be surprised, ha ha ha.)

This year all my Christmas list is getting gift cards from the grocery store.
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Important changes to your tax withholding amounts effective January 1, 2013

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 that was signed into law in December 2010 will expire on December 31, 2012. What this means to you:

· The temporary 2% cut in employee Social Security withholding (from 6.2% to 4.2%) effective on January 1, 2011, will expire, and the rate will change back to 6.2%.

· The Social Security wage base is increasing from $110,100 to $113,700, resulting in the maximum tax being increased from $4,624.20 to $7,049.40.

· In addition, the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act of 2010 increases the Medicare part A payroll tax by 0.9% (from 1.45% to 2.35%) for all income above $200,000.
Other possible changes effective January 1, 2013:

Tax-related provisions of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA) also are set to expire on December 31, 2012 impacting Federal Income Tax withholding. What this means:

· The 10% income tax bracket is eliminated; the lowest bracket will be 15%. The top four brackets will change as shown below. To:

25% to 28%
28% to 31%
33% to 36%
35% to 39.6%

· Optional flat rate tax on Supplemental Wages up to $1 million in a year increases from 25% to 28%.

· Mandatory flat rate on Supplemental Wages over $1 million in a year increases from 35% to 39.6%.

The information above reflects the legislation currently in effect. If the laws change, we will send an update as early as possible in January 2013.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25720208



What are ya all complaining over there
here its 23%(!) of a yearly income of only 21.000 $
your employer has to pay 27.541,20/year in social contributions+20% sales taxes and 33% energy tax::blackeye:
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if you don't want to pay so much in taxes just work for less money, that will help the economy anyways

proud 15%er: i make plenty and live a good life because i am not greedy
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17579430


Ha ha ha, you're not a 15%er anymore, you are an official 20%er. ha ha ha ha ha
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Re: Welcome to the Fiscal Cliff. Just received this notice from payroll dept...
Important changes to your tax withholding amounts effective January 1, 2013

The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 that was signed into law in December 2010 will expire on December 31, 2012. What this means to you:

· The temporary 2% cut in employee Social Security withholding (from 6.2% to 4.2%) effective on January 1, 2011, will expire, and the rate will change back to 6.2%.

· The Social Security wage base is increasing from $110,100 to $113,700, resulting in the maximum tax being increased from $4,624.20 to $7,049.40.

· In addition, the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act of 2010 increases the Medicare part A payroll tax by 0.9% (from 1.45% to 2.35%) for all income above $200,000.
Other possible changes effective January 1, 2013:

Tax-related provisions of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA) also are set to expire on December 31, 2012 impacting Federal Income Tax withholding. What this means:

· The 10% income tax bracket is eliminated; the lowest bracket will be 15%. The top four brackets will change as shown below. To:

25% to 28%
28% to 31%
33% to 36%
35% to 39.6%

· Optional flat rate tax on Supplemental Wages up to $1 million in a year increases from 25% to 28%.

· Mandatory flat rate on Supplemental Wages over $1 million in a year increases from 35% to 39.6%.

The information above reflects the legislation currently in effect. If the laws change, we will send an update as early as possible in January 2013.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25720208


OK, I know I'm not an American, but the wages they are giving as examples here are so far above what we make together as a couple, never mind alone, that I struggle to comprehend. $100,000.00 and $113,000.00 for wages... Dam, sign me up! I'd need a telescope to see those wages, based on where I am.
Can someone clarify, if this truly is considered a "base" wage, because I can assure you, that is considered a VERY high wage here.
 Quoting: my2centsworth


No that's not base salary, it's wage base, totally different thing, it's the upper limit subject to the social security tax multiplier.

[link to www.ssa.gov]

<<<Social Security's Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program limits the amount of earnings subject to taxation for a given year. The same annual limit also applies when those earnings are used in a benefit computation. This limit changes each year with changes in the national average wage index. We call this annual limit the contribution and benefit base. For earnings in 2013, this base is $113,700.

The OASDI tax rate for wages paid in 2013 is set by statute at 6.2 percent for employees and employers, each. Thus, an individual with wages equal to or larger than $113,700 would contribute $7,049.40 to the OASDI program in 2013, and his or her employer would contribute the same amount. The OASDI tax rate for self-employment income in 2013 is 12.4 percent.>>>
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Aw, the majority who voted for Obama aren't going to care about the increase in taxes:

"Huh? WHAT taxes?? Ah'm on DISABILITY! Ah'm gettin' mah RENT SUBSIDY! Ah'm gettin' mah FOOD STAMPS! Ah'm gettin' mah FREE HEALTH CARE! Ah'm gettin' mah 'BAMA PHONE!

What da hell do I care about TAXES?!"
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Luckily these changes won't affect any Obama voters...
 Quoting: BRIEF


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Here's a crazy thought, reduce spending AND decrease taxes.

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The funny part about the election is: Example OH. The whole satate was red except for the city areas and that was enough to win him the election. All the libtards live around the citys. And that is where the riotswill start when things go bad. Being a libertarian I disagree with both side most of the time but the color blue is blind as a bat. Way to go Sheep Bahhhhhh
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29075625


Yes, I've often thought that too. That's why they are referred to as "useful idiots." Once the gov't is done with those "idiots," and they've served their usefulness, they don't really care WTH happens to them!

Let them starve to death, let them riot and kill each other off. No problem.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2712120


Yes, just like Christians purchasing anything over $50 for Christmas gifts... voting for 0bama AGAIN with their dollars.

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