Resolving the fiscal cliff
by Arnold Macias Bayside
Dec 14, 2012 | 1256 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print

The United States Congress failed every tax-paper on several issues. The first appointed U.S. president, George W. Bush, was never elected by the people, for the people, and of the people!

As defined in the U.S. Constitution was violated! Next is the “Bush tax cuts,” Bush signed into law before 9-11 and the Iraq/Afghanistan Wars, never had an impact on the economy and employment during 2000-2008.

Bush, left a lot of homework for U.S. President Barack Obama, a devastating $10-trillion dollar deficit! Plus the war veterans medical and financial needs.

In the best interest of every American taxpayer, to reach a resolution to resolve the “fiscal cliff”: 1) Entirely abolish the Bush tax cuts and never have an extension. 2) Every U.S. congressman should immediately surrender their credit card for expenses, to pay for meals, taxi-cabs, airlines and hotels and motels. And last is: 3) Never allow U.S. congressional members to give themselves a pay raise! This has been a heavy burden for everyone.

I am very confident to say, the U.S. treasury would have more funds in the future, with the cooperation of the united States legislature, the judicial committee and financial committee!

United States of America cannot continue a permanent policy, in the same direction, without any action to resolve those issues!

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