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Biden has said raising your taxes is 'Patriotic' - Agree or Disagree ?
Well, I don't think it's greed, necessarily...I do think tho, that the government is loaded with fiscal mis-management (and I'm not talking about things like this newest bank bailout type thing)...I'm talking about the million upon millions of dollars that no one has to account for...The "oopsies".
It's a plain human fact...that wasting or losing money from one's OWN pocket is far more painful than "oppsie-ing" other people's money.
I agree it would be patriotic if raising taxes were in the best interest of the country. If the country can't survive with out them, then it would be extremely unpatriotic to oppose them. I think spending taxpayer dollars like a drunken sailor as the GOP has done for the past eight years is also unpatriotic, and the same goes to people who support the GOP and their fiscal policies.
"Well, I would have to disagree with Biden's statement since raising taxes is very unpatriotic since raising taxes would probably put us in dett. This is just my opinion."
Leslie23, please explain to me exactly how raising taxes will but is in DEBT? Raising taxes would bring in more revenue.
I guess it's all a matter of perception. Reagan drastically increased the national debt, as has Bush, basically taxing future generations. Would you consider this patriotic?
raising taxes for the WEALTHY is patriotic and right, since they are paying much, much less than normal families in terms of the percentage of their incomes that go to taxes
Well, I would have to disagree with Biden's statement since raising taxes is very unpatriotic since raising taxes would probably put us in dett. This is just my opinion.
Depends on what it's for.
If they were raising taxes for the military to go fight war, would you think that was patriotic, amblessed?
Depends on what the money is going towards. If it's too improve things and better society for everyone then I'd say yeah.
Does the govt not already get enough from ya? I think its greed.
Ah..."a rose by any other name"...