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  • Online Chat on Taxmageddon and the Buffett Rule

    Taxmegeddon is coming. No, it’s not April 15th, but in 2013, there will be massive tax increases that will raise taxes by $494 billion. Does President Obama want to talk about that?  No. Just as he doesn’t want to talk about the deficit, or gas prices, or Obamacare.  Instead, President Obama gave a press conference  about his so-called “Buffett Rule” that will raise taxes on the wealthiest people. Click here to join us right now for our “Lunch with Heritage” online chat. We are joined by J.D. Foster and he is taking your questions about the Buffett Rule, Taxmegeddon, and how it will affect you.

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    5 Responses to Online Chat on Taxmageddon and the Buffett Rule

    1. Marian says:

      I cannot join the online chat; however I do have a question: Does Heritage have a list of the new or "returning" taxes and their authorizing acts? Thank you all at Heritage for the work you do for all Americans! God bless you!

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    3. Robert Komlo says:

      Will the election rhetoric make taxes a class warfare type "rich against the worker" election issues?

    4. Vince Ferrigno says:

      Obama is the President who never was! He is inept and dishonest.

    5. Lynda says:

      Buffet and other millionaires pay less because they are DELINQUENT and have not paid at all… http://www.theblaze.com/stories/fair-share-celebr

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