by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 01/02/2013 “The scaled-down deal passed in the Senate addressed the fiscal cliff but did nothing to address longer term fiscal health of the nation. This puts the US rating at risk for a downgrade. However, credit rating agencies may decide to wait and see what emerges from the subsequent talks.... »
Archive for January 2nd, 2013
Economic Implosion Inevitable: Tax Rates Are Now PERMANENT! Any Deficit Reduction Will Have To Come From Spending Cuts. The Expiration of A Payroll Tax Cut Is Just The Beginning As The Fiscal Deal Will Increases Debt By $4 Trillion Over 10 Years! Market Rally Won’t Last More Than 24/48 Hours.
Investmentwatchblog.com January 2nd, 2013 2013 Taxes Are In Effect! If You Are Making Between $50,000 And $200,000 A Year, You Will See Your Biweekly Check Cut By $68 Or More from Bloomberg: The budget deal passed by the U.S. Senate today would raise taxes on 77.1 percent of U.S. households, mostly because of the... »
We Are Witnessing The End Of A Once Great Country: A Fiscal Deal Approved By The Senate And President Means Higher Tax on 77% of Households Which Will CUT $1 IN SPENDING FOR EVERY $41 IN TAX INCREASE, And ‘Somehow’ ADDS Nearly $4 TRILLION To The Deficit Over The Next 10 Years, Now The House Republicans Are Forced To Pass It Or Millions Will Lose Unemployment Benefits And Market Will Crash. WTF!?!?
Investmentwatchblog.com January 1st, 2013 Senate-Passed Deal Means Higher Tax on 77% of Households The budget deal passed by the U.S. Senate today would raise taxes on 77.1 percent of U.S. households, mostly because of the expiration of a payroll tax cut, according to preliminary estimates from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center in Washington. More... »
James Quinn BurningPlatform.com 1st January 2013 Mother, do you think they’ll drop the bomb? Mother, do you think they’ll like this song? Mother, do you think they’ll try to break my balls? Ooh ah, Mother, should I build the wall? Mother, should I run for president? Mother, should I trust the government? Mother, will... »