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12-23-2010 02:53 PM  9 years ago
cvdiver

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It would be interesting to see how George Soros, who has taken a very active part in causing the economic downfall of many nations over the years by creating financial crises, and funding hundreds of "separate" seemingly harmless, but nonetheless seditious front groups, then fomenting unrest leading to civil war, was involved in creating the economic downturn that led to the economic crisis and the situation we are now in. He has as his publicly stated goal to bring down the economy of the United States, and to destroy the country. That is no secret. Perhaps the current administration, in its "let no crisis go to waste" attitude, coupled with its class warfare, anti-business approach either got lucky in October, or is somehow complicit.
dkshema - any way that you can back this up with some facts? Especially his "publicly stated goal to bring down the economy of the United States"

I am just not finding anything about that.
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12-23-2010 03:19 PM  9 years ago
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go check out our giving money to Brazil to explore for oil off their coast while shutting our own gulf exploration down. That was right after the gulf explosion. The rigs moved down there and guess what???? Soros is the majority shareholder in that Brazilian operation. Snapped up those shares moments before the gulf rig blew up. Coinkydink??? I think not. Now that's some CT that has some hair on it IMO.
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12-23-2010 03:52 PM  9 years ago
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dkshema - any way that you can back this up with some facts?
Here's a start:

Soros Explains The Anti-Capitalist, Pro-Marxist Tactics He Uses to Fundamentally Transform Countries.

He actually claims that he precipitated the events surrounding the financial crisis in Britain. And yes he is a big believer in distribution of your wealth...the Marxist way, his way.

Skip to 1:27 if you don't want to watch the whole sick video.

http://vodpod.com/watch/4940181-ope...tries-the-blaze
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12-23-2010 04:54 PM  9 years ago
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Sounds like you are after the wrong man then,forget Osama Bin Laden and Al Queda,Soros is your man.Corporations it appears like socialism when it comes to the masses bailing out their debts,funny how we have no say in that though,just hand them the dough and give your kids the debt for generations.Same disease all over the world,but many stock markets are doing really well,what does that tell you?Same old same old perhaps?Rich ,mega rich ,poor even poorer.Look at the unemployment figures and the rising cost of commodities,is there a pattern here,i am probably just paranoid,hope soTeam- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here
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12-23-2010 05:12 PM  9 years ago
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no, you're not shaw. American companies just posted their highest quarterly profits since those records have been kept. Highest EVER and yet we're still dealing with an unemployment problem. That doesn't necessarily make them evil though. I believe business here is primed to hire people, but there is so much "unease" about what Obamacare is going to do to their bottom line, that I think it's holding corporations back from hiring new people.
The extension of the tax cuts may help us some, but I think they're really waiting to see what the new congress is going to do to slow down the Liberals in power and to see if they can get an outright appeal of Obamacare, which needs to be one of their first items on the agenda when they get sworn in, in January.
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12-23-2010 05:21 PM  9 years ago
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I get the impression that a lot of money will be made on the back of other peoples misery,now must be a real good time to play the markets with so much speculation going on.I think it will be a long,long time before things are ever normal for "ordinary" folks again.Team- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here
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12-23-2010 06:17 PM  9 years ago
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and yet we're still dealing with an unemployment problem.
That's because we are paying people to stay unemployed. We thought the good news in this economy is the availability of more qualified people to fill jobs. Yet we have seen no increase in people actually looking for work since the economy went south. We doubt we will see an increase until a week or two before benefits run out. These "good intentions" of extending unemployment just waste tax dollars and hurt those trying to provide jobs. If you want a scheme to improve government, just ban demagoguery.

For example, look at the "tax cuts for the rich". And liberals use as proof people like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffet. They are populist heroes to the left now as they demand higher income taxes to pay "their fair share". But just one problem, they don't earn income so it doesn't bother them anyway. You could increase the income tax to 100% and not touch Jobs, Gates, or Buffet. If you want to call their populist BS then demand a tax on wealth rather than income. They will all shut up. I believe it is Jobs, the CEO of Google, and Buffet all earn an income of $1. That's why Buffet famously claimed he paid less income tax than his secretary. He did. Because he earned less income in that form. Instead he pays a 15% tax on capital gains. So when dumbasses like Anthony Weiner get on TV and claim that these Bush tax cuts are to protect "Millionaires and billionaires" he is full of it and knows it. Its simple class warfare to mobilize the 'useful idiots'. But it is those aspiring to be Millionaires and Billionaires taking the real hit. Not so much those already there. Those tax cuts are important so those with ordinary income can invest more and take greater risk. Thus providing more jobs and more opportunity. It is true that the Buffets out there do not need it to invest. The libs all cry that these tax cuts will not cause the billionaires to do any more or less. That is true. The tax cuts will not spur them one way or another. But it's because it doesn't affect them either way. It does affect their potential competition who are trying to bring new products and services to market and it is those people who create the jobs.
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12-23-2010 08:30 PM  9 years ago
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i am probably just paranoid
Hey, even if you are paranoid, that doesn't mean somebody is not there. Keep looking over your shoulder.
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12-23-2010 08:38 PM  9 years ago
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Havoc
You could increase the income tax to 100% and not touch Jobs, Gates, or Buffet. If you want to call their populist BS then demand a tax on wealth rather than income. They will all shut up. I believe it is Jobs, the CEO of Google, and Buffet all earn an income of $1. That's why Buffet famously claimed he paid less income tax than his secretary. He did. Because he earned less income in that form. Instead he pays a 15% tax on capital gains.
I'll second that.

When the billion dollar liberal companies do their corporate income tax, they ride the wave of tax laws to total tax freedom.

Example: Google routes their billions of dollars of profit through several different nations to end up with a 2.9% tax rate. What a sweet deal for them to leave the rest of us holding the tax bag.

We have the second highest corporate taxes in the world (ahead of France...wow) but only the smaller businesses are stuck with the burden.

We need tax reform...but not from Obama...good grief no!
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12-24-2010 10:37 AM  9 years ago
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dilberteinstein,thanks for the advice how is that Cobra coming along?Lets see some pics,awesome motorTeam- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here
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12-24-2010 10:44 PM  9 years ago
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dilberteinstein,thanks for the advice how is that Cobra coming along?Lets see some pics,awesome motor
I have temporarily put the car building on the back burner. I have gotten my garage so jumbled up that I decided to build a storage building to hold my tools and clear out the garage.

Before I can install the storage, I needed to build up the land behind my drive. Before I built up the land, I needed to install a retaining wall.

Long story short (too late), I finished the retaining wall, hauled in 50 cubic yards of dirt, and soded the land with grass and finished...YESTERDAY. I did all the work myself by hand. It hasn't rained for six weeks which allowed me to work freely. But it is raining cats and dogs today. I going to see how good a wall builder I am.

I have decided to buy a storage building from a local builder. I expect to be back in the car building business in late Feb. and hope to be driving by summer. Pictures to follow.
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12-25-2010 08:58 AM  9 years ago
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I prefer the older and classic cars,these three are also ultra reliable.The NSX is one of the most reliable cars i have ever owned in a "Civic"style.The cam-belt was a bitch to fit though

Team- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here
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12-25-2010 01:23 PM  9 years ago
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NSX = droooool....
Dilbert: which manufacturer??? Just for giggles, I got some brochures from Factory Five. They make some really nice stuff, one of them being a Cobra. Yeah, please post some pics!!!
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12-25-2010 03:38 PM  9 years ago
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Havoc is right about income tax on the wealthy.

If you own multiple businesses, houses, equipment, investments and give a bunch to charity it is possible to pay very little in income tax.

The "rich" will always have these loopholes, that is why it is nuts to raise taxes trying to "get them".

The key is to lower government spending.
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12-25-2010 03:55 PM  9 years ago
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Dilbert: which manufacturer??? Just for giggles, I got some brochures from Factory Five. They make some really nice stuff, one of them being a Cobra. Yeah, please post some pics!!!
Lone Star Classics:
http://www.lonestarclassics.com/lsc...ica-kit-car.cfm

They are just the road from me a bit. I paid about $12k-13k for the basic kit (body, interior, frame, windsheild, exhaust, motor mounts). I bought an 87 Mustang for the motor, brakes, rear end, transmission, and steering column. I am doing some rethinking about reusing some of these parts.

Factory Five is the big gun in cobra replicas and I wouldn't hesitate a second about buying from them...good company...sweet kit.
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12-25-2010 04:01 PM  9 years ago
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I prefer the older and classic cars,these three are also ultra reliable.The NSX is one of the most reliable cars i have ever owned in a "Civic"style.The cam-belt was a bitch to fit though
Sweeet cars. I'm jealous...wait a minute, I am even more jealous of where you live...The Isle of Wight, what a neat place.

How many miles a year do you put a car on The Isle of Wight...4.2?
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12-25-2010 05:11 PM  9 years ago
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Notch up about 12,000 a year,but do quite a few track days at a local track.My son has a new Golf R32,we had a great day out with that one recently.Team- unbiased opinion.K.I.S.S principle upheld here
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