A Tax-Cut to Make up for Tax-Increase?

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    President Obama on Monday called for an extension of the George W. Bush-era tax cuts for the middle class, setting up an election-year showdown with congressional Republicans and sharpening the contrast with Republican rival Mitt Romney on the crucial issues of taxes.
    Obama proposes tax-cut extension for middle-class households - The Washington Post

    The asshole knows that his recently-approved Taxdate...... I mean Mandate is going to raise the tax bill for these same Americans he's pandering to now
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    It's diverting attention away from his truly dismal record since he took office. Politics 101 - when you can't run on your record, create as many straw men as possible.
     
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    Obama needs to give the GOP trash hell over the horrific Bush tax cuts for the rich. No extending them for the rich, no matter what. We can't afford even more spending like the GOP thugs want to pay for it.
     
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    A little too late to tell him that, ya think?
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