Dems Refuse Vote on Extending Bush Tax Cuts

Message to the Unemployed: 

You have to wait to until after the election for any hope for change from us…

Here is your HOPE!

The dems proved they do not care about taxpayers or the unemployed as they are going to delay any vote on extending the current tax rates until after the mid-term elections.  They are playing politics as usual without any regard for those who are unemployed or those who are trying to plan for their future and the future of the families.  The unemployed just lost the hope that businesses could predict next year’s tax impact on their business and move forward with their business plans.  Now, thanks to Obama, Reid, and Pelosi, the unemployed will have to continue to wait.  Here is the real bad news.  Some of the budgets of larger companies may have still been open for modification for 2011 if the vote had been taken this month.  Since the vote on extending the tax rates into 2011 will not take place until after November 2nd, the 2011 budgets will be set including new hiring plans.  If you are unemployed or a small business owner just hanging on, send the democrats a THANK YOU NOTE.

Elections Count–Vote on November 2nd

 RD Pierini

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Send a note to:

Obama at the Whitehouse:  (assuming he won’t be at Marthas Vineyard)

http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact

Dingy Harry Reid:

http://reid.senate.gov/contact/index.cfm

or

Las Vegas
Lloyd D. George Building
333 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Suite 8016
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: 702-388-5020 / Fax: 702-388-5030

Nancy Stretch Pelosi:

http://www.speaker.gov/contact/

or

Office of the Speaker
H-232, US Capitol
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-0100

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