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Romney supports a cut in corporate taxes from 35 to 25 percent, which would save your booming business a bundle on Tax Day, but he also encourages trade with Asian companies, severely diluting your market with Thai ladyboys. Obama would cut the corporate tax rate too, but he also wants to set up an infrastructure bank that would use public and private capital to fund small business projects.
This promise sounds like weird political magic. If it's true, it should finally get your commercial-grade fuckswing plans off the ground. The free clinic and its fishbowl of condoms are fine for everyday use, but in an after-hours ER situation, you're going to be more interested in full coverage. Obama's aggressive on expanding Medicaid, which unfortunately doesn't apply to your lofty income.
Treat yourself to an individual health care plan, and you'll get access to those sweet mammograms that all prostitutes love. Romney would end some crucial preventive services covered by insurers, but that's a financial concern that should worry only the two-bit whores, not you. He also claims that individuals buying health insurance will get a tax break, but there's no word on if it will cancel out your preexisting condition premium jump thanks to the Summer of Crabs.