This poll shows that most people want higher taxes, again. Thanks for the backup.
Of National Adults:
48% answered with "only" or "mostly" spending cuts
11% answered with "only" or "mostly" tax increases
37% answered equally between the two
This is a 1 to 5 scale question. The Republican, Total Average, and Independent lean are all much stronger towards spending cuts over tax increases.
You ask me if I'm retarded yet fail at grasping something a child could read. Math coursework, bro.
This poll asks a leading question: Do you think that the government should redistribute wealth by heavily taxing the rich? "Redistributing wealth" has negative connotations. However, when you ask people an unbiased question with actual specifics, like "Should we increase taxes on people who make more than $250,000 a year," the majority of people say yes. I don't have to find any statistics because I already posted them.
Really grasping for straws here -- "redistributing wealth" has negative connotations? Right... that sure is a convenient dismissal.
In that poll, more independents want to raise taxes to fix the problem than cut the programs.
And the overwhelming majority of every group agrees that the cost of programs will create major economic problems. Supporting the current state of social security and medicare does constitute a very-far-left stance on that set of issues.
You carefully worded it so that you leave yourself open to what I guess would be "minor fixes", but I've read your posts here where you back them. Libby McLiberalson.
So basically nothing you posted does anything to help you and in fact boosts my points.
I have a question for you bro: you retarded?
Right. Well, it's good to have the left side doppelganger of Quintain here alive and well. And I thought Sumi was a handful, back in the day.
What am I, Grandasaur? Am I an OLD BOOTSTRAPS CONSERVATIVE? A moderate young republican? Gosh, I'm going to be so angry at whatever ur response is.