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Old Yesterday, 10:06 PM
 
Location: Olympus Mons, Mars
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So how does Kamala Harris intend to pay for her Medicare For All plan? Tax households making $100k or more (which is squarely middle class in most HCOL areas) and charge taxes on stock trades which is again arbitrary theft from many hardworking middle class folks who are diligently trying to save in their 401k and other accounts for retirement. Disgusting and despicable!

https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics...ill-pay-for-it

"Harris’ rollout is a 3-part plan covering all medical essentials exempting households below $100,000, a higher income threshold for middle-class families living in high-cost areas"

$100,000/yr is NOT high income in high-cost areas!! Is this woman on drugs?

"To pay for these changes, she will tax Wall Street stock trades at 0.2%, bond trades at 0.1%, and derivative transactions at 0.002%."

Yeah, let's become another Europe where the government just steals and pillages from private enterprises and business, look how well it's worked for them... record unemployment, record negative business activity, horrible economies that they have not been able to jumpstart in decades.
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Old Yesterday, 10:09 PM
 
Location: the Sticks
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Tax and steal from the middle class is the formula that both parties use.
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Old Yesterday, 10:15 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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Democrats say they’re for the middle class, Lol.
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Old Yesterday, 10:21 PM
 
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Mcconnel allowed the middle class to be taxed in perpetuity to pay for Trumps tax cut for the rich.
Harris or whoever must work to abolish that.

Mcconnel and Paul Ryan jump ahead of Trump in the traitor category.
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Old Yesterday, 10:29 PM
 
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Democrats say they’re for the middle class, Lol.
And they are. They are going right for the middle class wallet
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Old Yesterday, 10:30 PM
 
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Mcconnel allowed the middle class to be taxed in perpetuity to pay for Trumps tax cut for the rich.
Harris or whoever must work to abolish that.

Mcconnel and Paul Ryan jump ahead of Trump in the traitor category.
Now that you got that out of your system..any comment on the content of this thread ?
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Old Yesterday, 10:31 PM
 
Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
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So how does Kamala Harris intend to pay for her Medicare For All plan? Tax households making $100k or more (which is squarely middle class in most HCOL areas) and charge taxes on stock trades which is again arbitrary theft from many hardworking middle class folks who are diligently trying to save in their 401k and other accounts for retirement. Disgusting and despicable!

https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics...ill-pay-for-it

"Harris’ rollout is a 3-part plan covering all medical essentials exempting households below $100,000, a higher income threshold for middle-class families living in high-cost areas"

$100,000/yr is NOT high income in high-cost areas!! Is this woman on drugs?

"To pay for these changes, she will tax Wall Street stock trades at 0.2%, bond trades at 0.1%, and derivative transactions at 0.002%."

Yeah, let's become another Europe where the government just steals and pillages from private enterprises and business, look how well it's worked for them... record unemployment, record negative business activity, horrible economies that they have not been able to jumpstart in decades.
Health care isn't free. So do you pretty strongly think that poor people should be denied treatment for their illnesses by the government and they learn to accept being sick as a daily way of life? Or should they try to get funding for their health care by privately raised funding? If so, good luck with that.
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Old Yesterday, 10:36 PM
 
Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
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And they are. They are going right for the middle class wallet
Why not? Can't you accept that health care isn't free? Or are you fortunate enought to be on the Republican Health Care Plan--DON'T GET SICK!?
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Old Yesterday, 10:39 PM
 
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So how does Kamala Harris intend to pay for her Medicare For All plan? Tax households making $100k or more (which is squarely middle class in most HCOL areas) and charge taxes on stock trades which is again arbitrary theft from many hardworking middle class folks who are diligently trying to save in their 401k and other accounts for retirement. Disgusting and despicable!

https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics...ill-pay-for-it

"Harris’ rollout is a 3-part plan covering all medical essentials exempting households below $100,000, a higher income threshold for middle-class families living in high-cost areas"

$100,000/yr is NOT high income in high-cost areas!! Is this woman on drugs?

"To pay for these changes, she will tax Wall Street stock trades at 0.2%, bond trades at 0.1%, and derivative transactions at 0.002%."

Yeah, let's become another Europe where the government just steals and pillages from private enterprises and business, look how well it's worked for them... record unemployment, record negative business activity, horrible economies that they have not been able to jumpstart in decades.
What's the tax percentage (above 100k)? Without that your statement means nothing. Currently somebody with a 100k income might be paying 10k (or more) for health insurance, that;s equivalent to 10% tax.

On stocks: does this even affect the 401k's? Again with no details, no meaning.
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Old Yesterday, 10:50 PM
 
Location: the Sticks
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Mcconnel allowed the middle class to be taxed in perpetuity to pay for Trumps tax cut for the rich.
Harris or whoever must work to abolish that.

Mcconnel and Paul Ryan jump ahead of Trump in the traitor category.
LOL and who do you think paid for Obama care?
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