Subject Re: [IBDI] Vote
> My Fellow Americans:
What if I'm not a fellow american and just want to read about
Interbase? Want me to tell you what both of your candidates will do
to our countries? Certainly you can guess it... exploitation to the

Un latinoamericano indignado.

> Gore accuses Bush of a "Social Security Minus" program for
> taking some money from the trust to fund stock market contribution
> plan for younger workers.
> Gore states that "his" plan is "Social Security Plus". The
> "Plus" is a government matching contribution like a 401k and paid for
> with your tax dollars (in this case, the surplus). This is an
> Entitlement Program of vast proportions which will eat an enormous
> amount of the surplus and future taxes forever. You can bet your life
> that the Gore plan would also include a government "matching
> contribution" with a minimum threshold for those folks that have no
> income because they choose not to work. So the worker who has a
> company sponsored plan will in addition to making his/her own
> contributions will, through the tax process, be making the matching
> contributions for other workers. And who is to say that companies will
> not look at this and say "Why should I match when the government will
> do it for me?". An viola, a socialized retirement plan for all workers
> in America and the necessary increase in taxes to support it.
> Gore has also admitted that "his" health care proposals are
> just the first steps in his march to socialized medicine for all
> people. And or course, when that is offered, there go the company paid
> plans also.
> So, in the final analysis, Gore who says he is for the "working men
> and women of America" will instead propose legislation that will
> increase taxes on "the working men and women of America" and reduce
> the costs to big corporate interests by eliminating the need for their
> company sponsored programs. You can speculate that the corporations
> will then pay more taxes due to less deductions which will in turn pay
> for these added benefits. That may be, but very unlikely considering
> the magnitude of the proposals. However, it will leave one radical
> change in place: Government control of health care and retirement
> plans. I don't think any of us would welcome the government managing
> our retirement plan since that is in effect what Social Security
> already is and produces little if any interest and minimal benefits
> that only maintain the poverty level.
> Election day, November 7th, is probably the most important
> decision point we have had in the last 100 years and perhaps for
> the next 100.
> Vote tomorrow and do the right thing for yourself and your
> country.
> Best regards
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