Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Group Disputes Obama's Assertion That He Didn't Raise Taxes

obama and his thugs take a couple of different tactics on new taxes. They either try to call it something else or swear they didn't do it. Their attempt to legitimize the individual mandate is by calling it a tax. By any other name, there is no disputing that it is unConstitutional. They call it a tax until they are cornered on it, then they try to call it something else.

Continuing the Bush tax cuts is not obama lowering taxes. They try to play word games and mess with our minds. I'm sure there are a lot of liberals that agree with obama, but it doesn't make it true, it just makes them stupid.

There are threee things you can count on right now, the sun will come up, the sun will go down and if obama's lips are moving he is lying about something...

By Stephen Clark - FoxNews

A taxpayer watchdog group is throwing a penalty flag on President Obama's assertion in a Super Bowl pre-game interview that he didn't raise taxes, claiming the president signed into law at least two dozen tax increases.

"Just 16 days into his presidency, Obama signed into law a 156 percent increase in the federal excise tax on tobacco -- a hike of 62 cents per pack," Americans for Tax Reform said in a press release Monday, arguing that Obama's approval of this tax hike was a violation on his campaign pledge not to raise taxes on the middle class.

Seeking to burnish his centrist credentials, President Obama told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly Sunday that he "didn't raise taxes once."

"I lowered taxes over the last two years," he said in an interview that aired before the heavily-viewed Superbowl on Sunday.

But ATR cites the health care law as an Obama administration imperative that contains two dozen new or higher taxes, including the individual mandate tax and the employer mandate tax.

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