I don't go to TM pot lucks. But if I brought the pie, I would honor the Raja 
and take one twelfth of the pie and divide it into eleven pieces and give them 
all to him and share the rest with the other eleven. However if the raja made 
the pie and brought it, I would say thank you for a bite of your pie Bevin,do 
you have any room for one of my Somasas?


 From: Bhairitu <noozg...@sbcglobal.net>
To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 4:53 PM
Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Voter Frustration Over Politicians
So you go to a TM potluck.  There are 12 people at the potluck including 
yourself.  There is a pie cut into 12 equal pieces.  One of the people 
is a Raja and decrees that he gets 11 pieces of the pie while the rest 
of you have to split one piece.  Now how to you feel about that?

On 12/13/2012 04:16 PM, Mike Dixon wrote:
> Is it Thou shalt not have Stockholm Syndrome, or is it Thou shalt not covet? 
> I've never resented anyone having something I don't have or having more than 
> I have. If somebody has the drive to amass more stuff, or create more wealth, 
> let them knock themselves out. We all benefit in the long run. I'm just glad 
> Bill Gates did what he did and Al Gore invented the Internet.
> ________________________________
>   From: Bhairitu <mailto:noozguru%40sbcglobal.net>
> To: mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 9:38 AM
> Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Voter Frustration Over Politicians
> Of course those greedy bastard Republicans don't want the tax cuts to
> expire.  How else are they going to hoard all the wealth of the country
> and make you and me slaves?  Perhaps you should watch this little video
> as it will help you understand how you've gotten Stockholm Syndrome
> being held hostage by Republicans.
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6ZsXrzF8Cc
> On 12/12/2012 03:42 PM, Mike Dixon wrote:
>> John, the republicans don't want any of the Bush tax cuts to expire. Raising 
>> anybodies taxes now will do more harm than good. That's what Obama said the 
>> last time he signed their  extension.We're headed for another recession 
>> regardless. <Obamacare and all of it's new taxes is throwing cold water on 
>> the economy. Many businesses are refusing to expand because of the new HC 
>> mandates and in many cases are shrinking to avoid them. Add to that an 
>> increase in other taxes Businesses will be expected to pay and what little 
>> growth you see now, will become stagnant or even recessive. Raising taxes on 
>> anybody is only defeating the purpose of taxation, to raise revenue. It puts 
>> the economy in a death spiral. The only realistic solution is to cut the 
>> spending. We keep maxing-out the credit card and then asking for a higher 
>> limit with less ability to pay it off each time. If taxes go up on the 
>> middle class and poor, I'm sure more will blame republicans because most
>>    people want their cake and be able to eat it to. It's like the Chase 
>> commercial, who doesn't want more money and who doesn't more *free* things? 
>> Everybody wants lower taxes but they also want their freebies and they want 
>> somebody else to pay for them. Now that's greed.
>> ________________________________
>>    From: John <mailto:jr_esq%40yahoo.com>
>> To: mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com
>> Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 2:00 PM
>> Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Voter Frustration Over Politicians
>> Mike,
>> If the Republicans let the Bush Tax Cut expire, many voters will be angry.  
>> I would expect many of the Republicans will be voted out in the next 
>> congressional elections.  Stay tuned.
>> As Bernanke has warned, there is the possibility that the increase in taxes 
>> to the middle class will negatively affect the economy.  There could very 
>> well be another recession.
>> However, the stock market appears to be holding its own during the past few 
>> days' activities.  Maybe the market has already calculated the effects of 
>> the "fiscal cliff" controversy. We'll know the answer for sure on New Year's 
>> day.
>> JR
>> --- In mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com, Mike Dixon <mdixon.6569@...> 
>> wrote:
>>> John ,the voters that put Republicans in their seats, put them their to 
>>> hold the line on taxes, not to do El Presidente's bidding. Remember the 
>>> consequences of *read my lips, no new taxes*? Bush made the same mistake 
>>> Reagan made, he believed the Democrats when they begged *if you'll only 
>>> agree to a little more taxes, we'll agree to much less spending*. Well 
>>> ,they agreed to more taxes and the dems NEVER came through with their 
>>> promises of less spending. What's the old saying, fool me once, shame on 
>>> you, fool me twice ,shame on me! If Republicans agree to higher taxes, 
>>> there will be hell to pay from their voters.
>>> ________________________________
>>>    From: John <jr_esq@...>
>>> To: mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com
>>> Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 11:47 AM
>>> Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Voter Frustration Over Politicians
>>> Â
>>> --- In mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com, "raunchydog" <raunchydog@> 
>>> wrote:
>>>> --- In mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com, "John" <jr_esq@> wrote:
>>>>> It should be clear to everyone by now that the Republicans are not going 
>>>>> to approve any higher tax rate for the wealthy.  As such, they will let 
>>>>> the Bush Tax Cut legislation expire.  And, we'll be stuck with paying 
>>>>> higher income taxes beginning on January 1, 2013.
>>>>> http://news.yahoo.com/voter-disdain-spreads-fiscal-cliff-looms-085417763--finance.html
>>>> Yeah. And then, let the Republicans look like fools if they argue *against 
>>>> lowering taxes* for the working class January 3rd. It's the best possible 
>>>> political outcome for Democrats. They get what they want by doing nothing 
>>>> while Republicans shoot themselves in the foot.
>>>> http://youtu.be/gMuA8I2M5l0
>>> The voters should realize by now that they should vote their Republican 
>>> representatives OUT in the next election.


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