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Oh boy, a whole extra $13 a week ...

... and then drops to $8 a week. On top of that, we'll be taxed for it. Sheesh.


Q: What are some of the tax breaks in the bill?
A: It includes Obama's signature "Making Work Pay" tax credit for 95 percent of workers, though negotiators agreed to trim the credit to $400 a year instead of $500 — or $800 for married couples, cut from Obama's original proposal of $1,000. It would begin showing up in most workers' paychecks in June as an extra $13 a week in take-home pay, falling to about $8 a week next January.
There is also a $70 billion, one-year fix for the alternative minimum tax. The fix would save some 20 million mainly upper-middle-income taxpayers about $2,000 in taxes for 2009.

Source at: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090211/ap_on_bi_ge/meltdown101_...

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Well, I think

the government is going to implode from all the weight of the debt.

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and a gun ban in the bill