Howard Dean Gives Away Democrat's Real Tax Plan. Across The Board Increases.

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    Howard Dean admitted the other day that Obama's plan to raise tax rates on the rich won't work. He said we need across the board tax increases.

    Howard Dean is giving away what Democrats have been planning all along.

    Now that the voters have given them another chance to make it happen don't start crying when your taxes all of the sudden go up.

    Watch the video.

    Howard Dean: Honestly, Everyone's Going to Have to Pay Higher Taxes Soon - Guy Benson
     
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    For all the morons who swallowed Barry's tax the rich campaign bullshit it's going to be really interesting how they react to their own taxes going up. And the good news is some of them will actually wake up on account of it. Along with the evil rich folks they'll have their own skin in the game of paying for the goodies of the freeloaders class, and they ain't gonna like that.
     
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    dear idiots,


    Obama said that right now the taxes on the majority of people need to remain lower because of the economy.


    Unlike you brain dead fools they never claimed taxes should NEVER go up.
     
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    Of course not for the leeches, only those who pay taxes
     
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    er.... i know you have trouble separating fact from your fantasies... but he gave his opinion... not what IS going to happen.

    you're getting worse and worse.
     
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    Oh Jill.......lol

    Why do you think they refused to make the cuts permanent?
     
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    But he did identify what he called “tactical lessons.” He let himself look too much like “the same old tax-and-spend liberal Democrat.” http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/17/magazine/17obama-t.html
     
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    The primary reason we're about to go off a fiscal cliff is because Democrats refused to make the cuts permanent. The Repugs tried but didn't have the votes to get over Democrat filibusters. Now Obama wants to blame the Repugs for something Dems were responsible for. All he has to do is wait till Jan 1st and the cuts will expire on everyone. This is what they've wanted all along.

    It started when Bush tried and failed to privatize Social Security. When he announced it's failure during a SOTU address the Dems rose and cheered. Nobody has attempted to fix the problem so the theft continued. Most of the debt came from funds borrowed from Social Security and Medicare funds also known as intragovernmental funds. The taxpayer owns most of the national debt. Both Republicans and Democrats contributed to this debt.

    The only purpose of this massive debt is to raise taxes. The trick was convincing the stupid to go along with it.
     
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    Dear Idiot: Obama said he'd Veto the NDAA right before he signed it on New Years Eve.

    In a related story Rep. John Boner (Traitor- Ohio) is frantically trying to figger out a way to give Obama everything he wants.
     
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    Oh yeah, raising taxes on anybody not now paying taxes because that would hurt the economy? But raising taxes on almost of those who run businessses and hire people won't?

    Actually, for once I thought Dean was being honest. All working Americans do need to be paying income taxes and have some skin in the game re what the policy is. But raising taxes on anybody in an economy as depressing as this one is not the time to do it.

    I would have confidence in Fearless Leader if he just once suggested that the way to increase treasury revenues is a healthy, booming economy in which eveybody who wants or needs to work is working and generating income. But I have never once heard him emphasize that as the way out of recession.
     
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