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So much for not raising taxes on the middle class

Didnt Obama say he wasnt gonna raise taxes on the middle class?

Guess he lied again
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That's how Washington breaks promises without actually admitting to "breaking promises".

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Re: So much for not raising taxes on the middle class

He's just trying to follow a long standing Republican tradition.

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The truth of the matter is, some of those taxes may hit the middle class but...........they are not targeted at them and they won't be the ones who bear the primary burden.

Not to mention that it is an estimation over the next 10 years.

Never have so many politicians, screwed so many Americans...just to make one black person lose his job.
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That's how Washington breaks promises without actually admitting to "breaking promises".
You nailed it with that statement

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He's just trying to follow a long standing Republican tradition.

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The truth of the matter is, some of those taxes may hit the middle class but...........they are not targeted at them and they won't be the ones who bear the primary burden.

Not to mention that it is an estimation over the next 10 years.
And that makes it OK?

Bush was a one term president due to that statement.

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And that makes it OK?

Bush was a one term president due to that statement.
And Obama might be a one term president for breaking his promises too.

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And Obama might be a one term president for breaking his promises too.
We can only hope

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http://www.taxfoundation.org/researc...graph-20090729


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You do realize don't you, that the graph is compiled from data through 2007?

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You do realize don't you, that the graph is compiled from data through 2007?
I realize that it is up to 2007, you think it has gotten better in 2008 or 2009?

But that's right, those top earners don't pay their "share"

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