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    Obama's pandering to class warfare on tax issue will not solve anything

     

    Obama's pandering to class warfare on tax issue will not solve anything.

    President Obama revived the tax issue today, calling for a one-year extension of the George W. Bush-era tax cuts -- but only for the middle class.

    In a White House ceremony, Obama said lower tax rates should end for Americans making more than $250,000 a year, citing the need to reduce the federal debt and invest it items such as education and infrastructure

    When is President Obama going to lay out his plans for hope and change to improve the economy and stop attacking and blaming everyone else for his failures.

    Three and half years is long enough to confirm he is an empty suit!
    Unfortunately, a lot of people still don’t recognize a failure when they see it.

    More tax increases to fund Obama's appetite for big government, what a surprise. This is a continuation of two tired, well-worn tropes of disingenuous Obama's propaganda.

    American who isn't drinking Obama's cool-aid and has their blinders removed understands that the country's problems are rooted in obscene levels of spending, not under-taxation.

    Hiking taxes merely allows communist-Democrats wiggle room to avoid making the hard and long-overdue choices to cut spending. It preserves the status quo of a government spending far, far beyond its means.

    In addition, taxing small businesses, investors and entrepreneurs penalizes investment and discourages start-ups, expansion and, thus, job creation.

    The top 20% of earners in this country are paying nearly half of federal income taxes. Meanwhile, nearly fifty percent of workers aren't paying any federal income tax. THAT'S fair? Give me a break.

    Obama is a politician that is pander to any demographic needed to buy their votes. He wants the middle-class (whatever that means) dependent on the Federal Govt and to keep pulling the lever for the D candidate.
    Sahit Muja
    President and CEO
    Albanian Minerals
    New York
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