Payroll Tax Cut Extension: Will YOU Be Effected?

A tentative deal struck by lawmakers Tuesday night may put off what seemed, just days ago, to be a highly contentious rerun of a debate completed in December.

How will this effect you?

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QOTD, I realize that you are a leftist hence have yet to master the American language, however, the correct term in your question would be, "Affected."  "Affect" and "Effect" are two different issues.

Please refer back to Strunk and White (The Elements of Style) now and then, if only to bring your grammar up to the eighth grade!

Our dwindling supply of leftists feel particularly morose, depressed, and hopeless around Christmas. That is all their fault. They feel it acutely because guilt will never leave them alone -- and will be their sole companion for eternity.

Goodness! Aside from the 'grammar' glitch.. It won't affect me all that much now that I'm on pension.. But I do hope the workers benefit as they damn well deserve a little meat on the bone that's tossed at them from time to time.

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