$40 is big money for us The White House 于 2011年12月22日 04:29 (星期四) 发给 …等 1 人。完整信息

$40 is big money for us The White House 于 2011年12月22日 04:29 (星期四) 发给 …等 1 人。完整信息
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 Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011
  “$40 is big money for us”
Yesterday, we asked you to tell us what losing $40 per paycheck would mean to you and your family if the House doesn’t pass the bipartisan payroll tax cut compromise by the end of this year.
The response was truly overwhelming. Thousands of Americans have responded and we wanted to make sure you saw some of the responses that have poured in from across the country.
If you haven’t already, tell us what $40 means for you and your family, and see what it means for other Americans.
Have questions about the payroll tax cut? Today at 3:30 p.m. EDT, Brian Deese, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, will be holding Office Hours on the @WHLive Twitter account – join in the conversation using the hashtag #WHChat.
Stories submitted on WhiteHouse.gov
I can buy lunch from the cafeteria for almost a whole month for my twins, I can buy food, or pay for gas. I can save it for my daughter’s prescriptions deductibles. To some people $40 is nothing, but $40 is big money for us.
L.A., Hamden, Connecticut
$40.00 a paycheck will allow me to continue to pay co-pays to doctors for necessary medical treatments needed to control debilitating disease.
J.R., Arlington, Texas
Our cable internet bill is $49 per month. If we lose this payroll tax cut then we will have to give up either or internet access or possibly our ‘Friday Family Pizza’ night. Either way, we will lose something that brings us together as a family.
K.Z., Frederick, Maryland
After everything that comes out, including my mortgage my take home pay is $150.00 every two weeks. So minus forty would be $110.00. I can barely get by now, that forty bucks is my gas for my car to get to work. Taking forty away from my pay would, just about put me under.
R.T., Charleston, West Virginia
$40 less a paycheck means I will have to pick between my insulin and the water bill. It means never being able to see my doctor – even though I have insurance.
B.T., Roswell, New Mexico
90 days of prescription drugs
P.B., Milledgeville, Georgia
$40 a paycheck for my family helps pay for insulin, syringes, and blood sugar testing strips for my daughter, who was diagnosed with type I diabetes 5 years ago.
N.F., Midwest City, Oklahoma
The $40 I would lose is money I send to help my brother.  He has had a myriad of health problems over the past two years and has only been able to work intermittently. He was recently diagnosed with inoperable cancer and has no health insurance.  Without what some say isn’t a lot of money, my brother wouldn’t have food in his refrigerator.
S.K., Somerville, Massachusetts
Normally any extra money I have. I give to the needy. Salvation Army is my favorite charity. So I won’t be giving to charities or buying anything for anyone.
P.C., Lakeville, Minnesota
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《$40 is big money for us The White House 于 2011年12月22日 04:29 (星期四) 发给 …等 1 人。完整信息》有2个想法

  1. 美国国务卿希拉里·克林顿(Hillary Rodham Clinton)谴责最近在埃及发生对妇女采取暴力的事件。

    从1月开始,数百万埃及人走上街头,要求实行社会、政治和经济变革。他们强烈抗议,迫使长期执政的总统胡斯尼·穆巴拉克(Hosni Mubarak)辞职。

    国务卿克林顿说,2011年,诺贝尔和平奖,授予对解决本国冲突产生影响的妇女,应有助于扩大国际社会对这个问题重要性的认识。

    利比亚的艾伦·约翰逊·瑟利夫(Ellen Johnson Sirleaf)、莱曼·古博薇(Leymah Gbowee)和也门的塔瓦库·卡曼(Tawakkol Karman),共同获得2011年诺贝尔和平奖。据诺贝尔奖委员会提供的说明,她们三人得奖,是“因为采取非暴力方式,为保障妇女安全和妇女充分参与建设和平工作的权利进行斗争”。

    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (Hillary Rodham Clinton) condemns the recent occurrence in Egypt of violence against women.

    From January, millions of Egyptians took to the streets to demand the implementation of social, political and economic change. They strongly protested, forcing the long-ruling President Hosni Mubarak (Hosni Mubarak) to resign.

    Secretary of State Clinton said in 2011, the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded to resolve their conflict impact on women, the international community should help to expand awareness of the importance of this issue.

    Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Libya (Ellen Johnson Sirleaf), 莱曼古博薇 (Leymah Gbowee) and Yemen 塔瓦库卡曼 (Tawakkol Karman), shared the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. According to the Nobel Committee’s instructions, the three of them winning, “because to take non-violent way, to protect women’s safety and women’s full participation in peace-building work rights struggle

  2. $40 is big money for us The White House 于 2011年12月22日 04:29 (星期四) 发给 …等 1 人。完整信息
    发件人:The White House< info@messages.whitehouse.gov>;(由 info99@service.govdelivery.com 代发, 帮助)时 间:2011年12月22日 04:29 (星期四)
    收件人:george13901623260@163.com;抄送人:(无)
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    Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011
    “$40 is big money for us”
    Yesterday, we asked you to tell us what losing $40 per paycheck would mean to you and your family if the House doesn’t pass the bipartisan payroll tax cut compromise by the end of this year.
    The response was truly overwhelming. Thousands of Americans have responded and we wanted to make sure you saw some of the responses that have poured in from across the country.
    If you haven’t already, tell us what $40 means for you and your family, and see what it means for other Americans.
    Have questions about the payroll tax cut? Today at 3:30 p.m. EDT, Brian Deese, Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, will be holding Office Hours on the @WHLive Twitter account – join in the conversation using the hashtag #WHChat.
    Stories submitted on WhiteHouse.gov
    I can buy lunch from the cafeteria for almost a whole month for my twins, I can buy food, or pay for gas. I can save it for my daughter’s prescriptions deductibles. To some people $40 is nothing, but $40 is big money for us.
    L.A., Hamden, Connecticut
    $40.00 a paycheck will allow me to continue to pay co-pays to doctors for necessary medical treatments needed to control debilitating disease.
    J.R., Arlington, Texas
    Our cable internet bill is $49 per month. If we lose this payroll tax cut then we will have to give up either or internet access or possibly our ‘Friday Family Pizza’ night. Either way, we will lose something that brings us together as a family.
    K.Z., Frederick, Maryland
    After everything that comes out, including my mortgage my take home pay is $150.00 every two weeks. So minus forty would be $110.00. I can barely get by now, that forty bucks is my gas for my car to get to work. Taking forty away from my pay would, just about put me under.
    R.T., Charleston, West Virginia
    $40 less a paycheck means I will have to pick between my insulin and the water bill. It means never being able to see my doctor – even though I have insurance.
    B.T., Roswell, New Mexico
    90 days of prescription drugs
    P.B., Milledgeville, Georgia
    $40 a paycheck for my family helps pay for insulin, syringes, and blood sugar testing strips for my daughter, who was diagnosed with type I diabetes 5 years ago.
    N.F., Midwest City, Oklahoma
    The $40 I would lose is money I send to help my brother. He has had a myriad of health problems over the past two years and has only been able to work intermittently. He was recently diagnosed with inoperable cancer and has no health insurance. Without what some say isn’t a lot of money, my brother wouldn’t have food in his refrigerator.
    S.K., Somerville, Massachusetts
    Normally any extra money I have. I give to the needy. Salvation Army is my favorite charity. So I won’t be giving to charities or buying anything for anyone.
    P.C., Lakeville, Minnesota
    Stories submitted via Twitter

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