Originally Posted by treehugger
Velocity= mass x acceleration. Dollars which are made of paper and cotton do not have a significant mass therefore do not create significant velocity. Not sure what kind of point you were trying to make but your understanding of physics is even worse than you understanding economics, history or an honest days work.
But what we do know from the facts and the math is that Rommney's tax plan will not shrink the deficit. It will not reduce taxes for the people who actually work in this country to keep it functioning. That would be most of that 47% that Rommney is not concerned about. But it will reduce taxes for those that make the most money for the least effort. Will that keep them from laying off people if it will increase their profits a little? No. Will it change the race to the bottom? No It is basically the same BS that Bush shoveled and it got us in the mess we are in today.
Will Rommney live up to anything he promises? No, he will say whatever he thinks will get him elected and his stance changes depending on who he is talking too. He has no integrity. But your Douche Bag Repubicans believe in him.
So if you want to stop being a Fox news puppet go look into Gary Johnson he is far superior left winger than flip flop mittens.
Sorry treehugger, but that's not even right in physics: Force = mass x acceleration. Velocity = distance/time, with a directional component. It's a vector, Victor!
Otherwise, your post is spot on: Romney's proposals will only further blow up the deficit and further enrich the already rich at the expense of everybody else. We know this not only from facts and math, but from history and experience. And of course, he'll say whatever he believes is most likely to get him elected, which is apparently his one and only guiding principle.