President Promisescheck him outPromises income taxes for middle-class families will stay low permanently.That means we lose Payroll Tax Revenues. Less in Social Security Fund and borrow more.A bipartisan agreement to increase taxes on incomes over $250,000 and a combination of increased tax rates and reduced tax benefits.The Child Tax Credit, Earned Income Tax Credit and the new American Opportunity Tax Credit will stay in effect for at least the next five years.We will continue making investments that create jobs in domestic clean energy and innovation via the Production Tax Credit and the Research & Experimentation Tax Credit.There will be no cuts in Social Security Benefits, Medicare or Medicaid because the President stood strong against reducing our deficits on the backs of seniors, students, the poor and working families.
Obama knew exactly what he was doing. Anyone who thinks otherwise is incredibly naive.
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These changes are just another attack on the middle class which Unions MUST Stand against ... I just about live on twitter.and I find that eventually you can make a difference... Every worker in N. America needs to sign up for an account and spend a lousy 20 min. a day putting forth their opinions on twitter.. Forget Face Book because people use it to gather Information but rarely use it as a tool for action... Twitter is the Action tool to Use ... For example my last tweet was a link to this page given to the President to make him understand the need to do something on your behalf... B #IdleNoMore ..and use Social Media properly and combine it with Direct Actions to achive your goals...
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I wonder how long it would take to get approval of appointees if Organized Labor engaged in the same strategy as Business and simply ignored the NLRA also. What if we simply ignore section 8(b) of the Act. It is this amendment to the NLRA that took away organized labors ability to effectively organize. If Organized labor simply had the ability to engage in secondary activity rate of unionization would increase significantly.
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