Skip to comments.Obama pitches tax cuts as pocketbook issue in Ohio (waging wealth envy 24 by 7 .. Obama)
Posted on 08/01/2012 10:23:29 AM PDT by NormsRevenge
MANSFIELD, Ohio (AP) President Barack Obama says Republican Mitt Romney's economic plan would give tax cuts to the richest people in America at the expense of popular tax breaks for most everyone else.
On a campaign trip in Ohio, Obama said Wednesday that Romney's tax proposal would force many people to give up popular tax deductions that allow them to buy a house, afford health care and send their kids to college. Obama pointed to a new report that concluded Romney's economic plan would shift the tax burden from wealthy taxpayers to low- and middle-class taxpayers.
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ap has multiple pieces going..
Obama casts Romney as the proponent of tax hikes
MANSFIELD, Ohio (AP) Eager to turn the tables on his rival, President Barack Obama on Wednesday cast Republican challenger Mitt Romney as an advocate of tax cuts for the richest people in America at the expense of popular tax breaks for most everyone else.
Romney, Obama declared, “is asking you to pay more so that people like him can get a big tax cut.”
wow. This is one demented and delusional character.
To me, it almost seems like O is trying to paint MITT as the current WH occupant and he is trying to save us from ourselves and our own success. sadly, many will fall for it.
New report debunks narrative on income inequality
The Latest News on Tax Fairness [top 20%’s share up, everyone else’s share down over last 30 years]
CBO: By the way, the rich already pay more than a fair share in taxes
Since the lower end of our income spectrum currently pays NO FEDERAL INCOME TAX, this would be a needed and a necessary change.
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