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May 08, 2008


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Who says the US dollar is worthless?

I think it's a tie between the golf/booze guy, the chocolate yard decoration lady and the beard fondler.

Viewing that site means you literally HAVE seen everything.

Is anyone else's stimulus late? By the new schedule I was supposed to receive mine on Monday (direct deposit). By the old schedule it is tomorrow, so hopefully it's there when I do my daily online check in the morning.

BTW, we're saving ours for either our new home down payment or our trip to Ireland next summer.

Here is what I don't understand:

Now, the uses on that site a probably not representative of the whole population, but I think it is safe to say that a majority of the people in the US did not NEED the stimulus check.

Now, one might argue that the money is going into the economy to help businesses hire people that do need it. However, the source of this money is from people or corporations that make a lot of money. If these people/corporations were taxed less, they would either spend the money or invest it, which means we get the same result: money in the economy.

Am I wrong on something here?

Andy, that takes logic. Politics has no room for logic.

What is this stimulus?
The government is giving taxpayers extra money to spend.
Cool. Where's this money coming from?
So, um, the government is giving taxpayers their own money?
Most of it. The rest is wasted on fees and other administrative costs.

Yep, makes perfect sense.

yes mine is late also.. but maybe tommorow...

Mine came today, so maybe they are back to the original schedule?

I'm an acquaintance of the guy who started this site. Genius idea... and definitely some pathetic ways listed in the site.

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