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  • Taxing Everyone to Hide Spending

    This video clip from Your World with Neil Cavuto demonstrates how President Obama’s tax hikes won’t just affect the top 5% of American wage earners. And why all the taxes? Because President Obama and Nancy Pelosi can’t stop spending tax dollars. Watch.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW5NmivjLCU[/youtube]

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    2 Responses to Taxing Everyone to Hide Spending

    1. NYstatehome says:

      That's why you should never trust the liberals to do the right thing. I knew this was going to happen, you don't need to be a Mensa candidate to know what will happen. They LOVE to tax and spend on useless programs that don't work. We lived through the Clinton years, where they told us the same things that Obama did, and just like Clinton the same thing will happen.

    2. Richard Fletcher, Sa says:

      this is another example of Obamanation's liberal tax and spend policies. Anything in the world is subject to tax.

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