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"But Moody’s Analytics, in an August forecast, predicts 12 million jobs will be created by 2016, no matter who is president."

I'd like Obama's campaign to play off this, but they wont, and say something like "...according to the basis for Romney's plan, I'll create 12 million new jobs too".
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Old 09-17-2012, 07:32 PM cokezeroholic is offline  
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He should have mentioned the EITC

"EITC, the earned income tax credit is a benefit for certain people who work and have low to moderate wages. A tax credit means more money in your pocket. It reduces the amount of tax you owe and may also give you a refund."

Must be nice not paying any taxes and get a refund.

Romney better get his shit together or were just as fucked as Barney Franks boyfriend. oh wait...whoever the next president can't do shit to stop another 4 years of 8+% unemployment.
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He should have mentioned the EITC

"EITC, the earned income tax credit is a benefit for certain people who work and have low to moderate wages. A tax credit means more money in your pocket. It reduces the amount of tax you owe and may also give you a refund."

Must be nice not paying any taxes and get a refund.

In order to qualify for EITC you need to have an income under $13,650 for a single filer or under $18,700 for married/joint.

MUST BE REAL NICE MAKING POVERTY LEVEL WAGES.

EITC was started by Reagan and it is primarily for help supporting kids. A single person with no kids who makes 10K a year only gets a $278 credit. A married couple with 18k in income and 2 kids gets $5k.

Must be real nice raising 2 kids on 23k a year.
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In order to qualify for EITC you need to have an income under $13,650 for a single filer or under $18,700 for married/joint.

MUST BE REAL NICE MAKING POVERTY LEVEL WAGES.

EITC was started by Reagan and it is primarily for help supporting kids. A single person with no kids who makes 10K a year only gets a $278 credit. A married couple with 18k in income and 2 kids gets $5k.

Must be real nice raising 2 kids on 23k a year.

I've come to the conclusion you are an elitist piece of shit.

While you know I am for extremely limited government assistance. Do you have any idea how little 23k a year is for a family of 4.

We can break this down if you want. I'll even make it an even 24k to allot for 2k a month

Assuming after taxes and all that a family is making 24k a year with only debt being a car payment. we can go from there
Monthly break down

Rent - 600
Renters insurance - 10
Electric - 40
Food - 300
Diapers (for 1 kid) - 75
Car gas (15 miles round trip for work) plus an additional gas for errands) - 125
Car payment (9000 dollar car with. 48 month loan) -200
Car wear and tear and maint. - 50
Car insurance - 75
Health insurance ( assuming main income earners is paid for by employer) - 400
Clothes, shoes, under garments - 60
Personal care - 30
Household items - 20

Comes to a grand total of 1,985. Eree isn't it.

Having 15 dollars left over each month for entertainment and savings.

Real nice raising kids on 24k a year. And yeah once the baby is out of diapers it will free up a little more money but the other costs will go up.


You got some real good thoughts buddy.
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I've come to the conclusion you are an elitist piece of shit.

While you know I am for extremely limited government assistance. Do you have any idea how little 23k a year is for a family of 4.

We can break this down if you want. I'll even make it an even 24k to allot for 2k a month

Assuming after taxes and all that a family is making 24k a year with only debt being a car payment. we can go from there
Monthly break down

Rent - 600
Renters insurance - 10
Electric - 40
Food - 300
Diapers (for 1 kid) - 75
Car gas (15 miles round trip for work) plus an additional gas for errands) - 125
Car payment (9000 dollar car with. 48 month loan) -200
Car wear and tear and maint. - 50
Car insurance - 75
Health insurance ( assuming main income earners is paid for by employer) - 400
Clothes, shoes, under garments - 60
Personal care - 30
Household items - 20

Comes to a grand total of 1,985. Eree isn't it.

Having 15 dollars left over each month for entertainment and savings.

Real nice raising kids on 24k a year. And yeah once the baby is out of diapers it will free up a little more money but the other costs will go up.


You got some real good thoughts buddy.
300 a month for food, and a bigass car payment? IF you're poor, dont fucking live like that.

Also, who buys 60 bucks in new clothes every month,
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people with kids that grow out of everything in a friggin year.
And this is generalized, so yeah most days you spend less than $10 a day to feed a family of four, but once in a while you have to have your family over, or have a birthday party for your kids, or a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. Also sometimes you want to buy fresh fruit or vegetables.
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I've come to the conclusion you are an elitist piece of shit.

While you know I am for extremely limited government assistance. Do you have any idea how little 23k a year is for a family of 4.

We can break this down if you want. I'll even make it an even 24k to allot for 2k a month

Assuming after taxes and all that a family is making 24k a year with only debt being a car payment. we can go from there
Monthly break down

Rent - 600
Renters insurance - 10
Electric - 40
Food - 300
Diapers (for 1 kid) - 75
Car gas (15 miles round trip for work) plus an additional gas for errands) - 125
Car payment (9000 dollar car with. 48 month loan) -200
Car wear and tear and maint. - 50
Car insurance - 75
Health insurance ( assuming main income earners is paid for by employer) - 400
Clothes, shoes, under garments - 60
Personal care - 30
Household items - 20

Comes to a grand total of 1,985. Eree isn't it.

Having 15 dollars left over each month for entertainment and savings.

Real nice raising kids on 24k a year. And yeah once the baby is out of diapers it will free up a little more money but the other costs will go up.


You got some real good thoughts buddy.

You're so eager to start a fight, the sarcasm went right past your head. You're incapable of debate, just looking to flex your e-peen.
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i have no sympathy for people who wnt to have 2 kids while only making 13,000 a year. its their fucking fault they can take no responsibilities for their actions. but thn again, they were probably democrat to begin with...democrats dont believe in personal responsibility
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I've come to the conclusion you are an elitist piece of shit.

While you know I am for extremely limited government assistance. Do you have any idea how little 23k a year is for a family of 4.

We can break this down if you want. I'll even make it an even 24k to allot for 2k a month

Assuming after taxes and all that a family is making 24k a year with only debt being a car payment. we can go from there
Monthly break down

Rent - 600
Renters insurance - 10
Electric - 40
Food - 300
Diapers (for 1 kid) - 75
Car gas (15 miles round trip for work) plus an additional gas for errands) - 125
Car payment (9000 dollar car with. 48 month loan) -200
Car wear and tear and maint. - 50
Car insurance - 75
Health insurance ( assuming main income earners is paid for by employer) - 400
Clothes, shoes, under garments - 60
Personal care - 30
Household items - 20

Comes to a grand total of 1,985. Eree isn't it.

Having 15 dollars left over each month for entertainment and savings.

Real nice raising kids on 24k a year. And yeah once the baby is out of diapers it will free up a little more money but the other costs will go up.


You got some real good thoughts buddy.

Pyramid is what i wish most well off people were like.

You are an idiot

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Must be nice not paying any taxes and get a refund.



You don't pay zero taxes AND get a refund...
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