“Well Tiger was not shown good morals by his father who was doing this crap. Sad. Too bad his mother didn't tell him that was wrong. Hopefully Elin will forgive him and he gets the help he needs. I live two miles from him and she's still here which is good. Of course it's hard to leave sunny happy Florida for Sweden. We live here in winter only and summers in upper midwest. Love it here, people especially.......”
madHenry on Jan 31, 2010 at 22:38:25
“People "cheat." Men do it more, but women, being liberated from the home and neighbor, are doing it more. Think married women don't cheat, and in increasing numbers as time goes by? Think again.”
“Well Jamie, I'll tell you what happened. Remember, Clinton sold us to China! Now. Obama, instead of helping businesses grow, he wants to double their captital gains if they go over 250k!!!!!!!!! He should be cutting taxes on businesses so they can GROW and provide MORE JOBS. Businesses and corporations are the engine that keeps this country growing. Somebody tell this guy! Such simple economics and instead Obama goes Backward and borrows money to pay out money. Laughable, dumb? YOU BET. This president and his administration are nuts.”
wigglwagon on Jan 31, 2010 at 03:22:13
“How does cutting taxes make businesses grow? Do you own a business? Would paying less in taxes increase your need for employees?”
pyro on Jan 30, 2010 at 23:54:10
“"Businesses and corporations are the engine that keeps this country growing."
How is it that corporations keep this country gorwing? By stashing profits in off shore tax shelters?
Buying private islands? Two and three Leer jets? A collection of Rolls Royces? Ranches in Montana that no longer ranch, but are vacation hideaways?
They don't hire. They buy buy trophy wives, prostitutes and diamonds for both.
I don't know how, but limits must be imposed.”
Militant Leftist on Jan 30, 2010 at 23:15:30
“The old, tired, conservative battle cry of "cut corporate taxes so main street can benefit from it" is pure mythology. Over the last few decades, we've seen not only a decrease in corporate taxes, but the erosion of middle class wages, via the outsourcing of manufacturing jobs overseas for $l@ve wages. This has been wonderful for business bottom lines, but the wealth concentration, coupled with a decrease in the middle class standard of living has been detrimental to the economy, and the country as a whole. The time is long overdue for a more equitable tax policy, and those who earn the most, need to shell out the most.”
jamenta on Jan 30, 2010 at 22:23:44
“>> Businesses and corporations are the engine that keeps this country growing.
It's the working class that is the heart beat of this great country. And they need a pay raise.
Taxes on corporations have fallen by over 15% since the 1960s. The wealthiest Americans have seen their taxes reduced from 77% to about 30%.
That we need to cut more taxes on corporations and the wealthy is laughable. What we need to do is raise the taxes on the most wealthy and raise taxes on the mega corporations who are making tens of billions of dollars each year and yet still laying off American workers.