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Friday, October 14, 2011

YAHOO!: Cain’s 9-9-9 plan resembles the tax code in video game

Maybe it does and maybe that is where Herman Cain got the idea from, but at least someone is trying to come up with a plan to give the economy the boost it has been in need of for such a long time now.

I don't think everyone would be on cloud nine if this plan comes into reality, because there is already evidence that MSNBC: Most would pay more under Cain's 9-9-9 plan and having to dig deeper in our wallets is the last thing we would need.

The normal trend is that things get worse before they get any better and the obvious question would be 'How much worse does it have to get'? That question remains unanswered at present and time will have to tell.

The fact remains however that it should never have come this far and immediate action, when this reared its ugly head for the first time, could probably have prevented a whole lot of economic distress; a stitch in time saves nine.

All we can do is hope that if this plan would indeed come into reality it doesn't backfire and turn out to make the situation even worse. It is one thing to get the 999 code from a video game, but it is a whole different ballgame when the numbers would turn upside down!



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