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  • NOW HEAR THIS
    RadicalVet
    You can forget this one Congress. You draft dodgers, chicken hawks,had enough money to send to war for 10 years, you have enough to pay up to our veterans. I am Nam Era,Desert Storm and I am here to tell you. OEF/OIF Veterans will not stand for this BS. You can take that to your budget meetings. If not pack your bags because OEF/OIF vets will steam roll you out of office fast because all the money in the world won't help you. Just ask Tammy Duckworth when she beat her opponet hands down without big donations.
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  • Chained CPI
    fearsrd
    How about for the model you try using the GMB model. That would be the Gas, Milk & Bread model. If the average cost of a gallon of gas, a a gallon of milk and a loaf of bread combined cost more than twice the minimum wage, you have an inflation problem. We have seen in the past 3-4 years, the price of gas be at record highs only to be followed in 6 months by record lows. I seriously doubt that when gas prices were below $1.40/gal here in 2009, the gas companies were going broke. But now that prices are back up around $3.50/gal they are back to recording record profits in the billions quarterly. How are we as a nation (lower/middle class) supposed to be supporting the economy when we can't afford the gas to help drive it?
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