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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.

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Well, I think

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

"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."

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and a gun ban in the bill