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Dems Stronger On Terror According to Fox Poll

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    http://electioncentral.tpmcafe.com/...o_handle_world_war_iii_against_islamofascists

    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
    Now thats just too funny!! Heres a Republican News Outlet whose own viewers can see the writing on the wall for their party.

    The party is over. Time to get back to work on securing america.

    I guess Murdoch should rethink his propaganda tactics....these just ain't workin' on anyone anymore, even the old Bush stooges!
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    #24 Jersey

    Well the Dems will find it's tougher to actually do the work that to just critique it. But I wish them well, we all want what's best for the country.

    Meanwhile I need to figure out how to, legally, reduce my taxable income because tax rates are surely going up.
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    I Hope So

    God Help Us

    :eek: :eek: :eek:
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    Taxes have been going up for quite a while now as have interest rates, gasoline and food prices.. makes no different who we elect, they get us somehow.
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    #12 Jersey

    So, is Fox News just the mouth piece for the White House again? :confused:
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    Given the great record the dems has in the 90's fightinh terrorism....

    oh wait,,, nevermind.
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    #24 Jersey

    Taxes haven't gone up recently. Interest rates ? Depends if you're buying a house or if you got a fixed loan or not.

    But we 'ain't seen nothing compared to if a Democrat gets total control (meaning if they keep the Congress).
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    What's so funny to me is that the People seem to persist in this wierd belief that there is a significant difference between the elephant and the mule. Now THAT'S FUNNY!:eat2: :rofl:
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    Amen. ;)

    Doh! Religious overtones! :eek:
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    Local taxes have a direct relationship to any cut in Federal or State tax, and are directly related to the amount of Federal Regulation of any law passed, consider the No Child Left Behind Legislation the cost of implementation is crippling the schools..the feds or the state do not want to raise taxes so it is passed on to the towns and municipalities. A couple of states have opted out as the mandate is crippling and too expensive, and not worth the level of reimbursement. The feds and the states make a lot of laws that trigger regulation on the local level and the amount they are reimbursed is tied to compliance. Mortgage rates have been rising slowly for a while now.
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    #24 Jersey

    The mortgage rate point is silly as they're still ridiculously low. The fact that they're not the lowest they've ever been doesn't make them a problem.

    Federal taxes moving to state and local - fine with me, the more we move taxes locally the less we'll have congressmen "bringing home the bacon" making the feds pay for stuff they shouldn't be.

    NCLB - that's a bit of a different issue. It has it's downside but it also has the upside of actually showing the results of schools and being able to target the under performing ones. People want schools to be accountable but then don't like the method of defining accountability.
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    And don't forget, NCLB is an Ted Kennedy creation. Bush was obviously instrumental in supporting and endorsing it, so he's still to blame for it partly. But NCLB is mostly Teddy's brainchild, and he even recently supported reauthorization of it.
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    Once again the devil is in the details, the bill and how it was regulated are two different animals.. in the regulation a whole bunch of stuff was thrown in that does not reflect the bill. Unfortunately, there was not a lot of commentary or ignored commentary in the reg period and they got away with it, leaving a lot of very unwieldy details that the state systems and local schools have to comply with.

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