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Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by Mrs.PatsFanInVa, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. Mrs.PatsFanInVa

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    https://www.politify.com/

    Mr and I would lose big time under Romney - it'd be illuminating to hear what happens to others here under each.
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    This UC-Berkeley based website looks like nothing more than an ultra-partisan tool designed to cook the books in a way which supports one candidate and opposes the other, but at the same time make it look impartial enough to fool morons into thinking it is some sort of non-partisan attempt to educate. And apparently it is succeeding to the end.

    Here's a screen grab of just how impartial this website is:

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    Yeah a Robert Reich production. What could go wrong. Further to the left than Paul Krugman with his main distinction that he is one of the few Leftist that couldn't make it Massachusetts.

    -wsj

    On top of the fact that on average people have lost 40% of their net worth? (That figure is accurate) I can barley get what I paid for on my house including a minimum of 50K invested in it.
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  4. DarrylS

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    1,100 less if the Romney plan were to pass..
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    $782 more if Mittens were to win.
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    A lot more for me either way (+$7k or more with either), so I get to vote my conscience! Yay!
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    I was a little confused on how the data was being represented, but now seeing your post it makes sense.

    Thanks buddy!
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    Well they are projecting the Obama budget to have a lower deficit than Roney so that was as far as I got. Total joke.
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    I can't get past the idiocy that under Romney and for whatever number I put in for income, you end up with significantly less money if you are married versus if you are single.

    There is no tax policy in existence - or being proposed by Romney - that has a married-filing-jointly couple paying more in taxes than a single person making the same amount.
  10. PatsFanInVa

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    As it turns out, according to this we'd do okay under both Romney and Obama -- pretty much another fielder's choice case.
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