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I bet you get the same form letter that my mother and I get every time we call with a concern. His staff is usually rude to boot!
Our family won't vote for him either.
Thank you, Wendy. It's nice to know there is some sanity out there.
I agree with you, Mr. Hansel. And you are correct, Ted. These people are so hateful they cannot see straight. Jobs and the welfare of the constituents should be the primary concern of Representative Gosar. He has not represented me, my mother, my husband nor my son. He only listens to the extreme right wing and avoids discussion about any topic that is not specifically supported by the far right. Moderation and compromise are not in his vocabulary. I truly long for a more moderate, civil political climate. However that is not possible as long as hateful fear mongers try to pit us against our own government. My family and I are working hard to elect a new, more civil and responsive representative. Thank you for your honesty and for not being afraid to say what you believe. We need more people like you.
Additionally, go ahead and use "the google" and search: Government spending by president.
Informative. Thanks, Noble. I hope your point is not lost on the sheeple who need to be informed the most!
Tom does deserve our support. He is an honest man who contributes to this community regularly.
What you missed is the latent nature of bigotry.
I personally want to know, as if he is sincere about decreasing the debt, he should be contributing to its shrinkage. That is me, and I am entitled to my opinion, as you are yours.
I think some have misunderstood Mr. Blair's point. He only wants to know if Romney paid income tax. Why is that a question that deserves such vitriol? If Romney did not pay income tax because he used various legal loopholes, then that would make the case for a fairer tax code.
Our tax code has always been progressive, meaning that the more you make the higher percentage you pay in taxes.
If Romney hid his money in off shore accounts to avoid paying taxes, I think we should know that.
I agree we should talk about who is spending what, but the supply side cannot be ignored. There are two sides to the ledger.....money in and money out. Both sides deserve attention.
For my part, I want my tax money spent on healthcare not wars.
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