Skip to comments.Biden: Why, "Yes We Do" Want to Raise Your Taxes By $1 Trillion!
Posted on 10/04/2012 9:13:12 PM PDT by Kaslin
In his speech Biden says:
"On top of the trillions of dollars of spending that we have already cut, were gonna ask yes were gonna ask the wealthy to pay more," said Biden. "My heart breaks, come on man. You know the phrase they always use? Obama and Biden want to raise taxes by a trillion dollars. Guess what? Yes we do in one regard. We want to let that trillion dollar tax cut expire so the middle class doesnt have to bear the burden of all that money going to the super wealthy. Thats not a tax raise, thats called fairness where I come from."
What makes him think that this is what Americans want? We found out last night that the American people responded well to Mitt Romneys opinions when it comes to taxes at the debate. Once again Mr. Biden has shown how much he is out of touch with Americans and he needs to realize what we are looking for in the next four years.
These comments come just a week after his statements about the middle class being buried the last four years which mind you were under his and President Obamas administrations control.
Yes, the middle class is struggling! Why doesnt he understand that the last thing we want is to see our taxes go up?!
Watch the video below to see for yourself:
Joe Biden: "Yes We Do" Want to Raise Taxes By a Trillion Dollars
Unfortunately, it's probably not a sound-byte Team Obama wanted to give the Romney campaign.
Says it all, don't you think?
So if my rich neighbor down the road doesn't get their taxes raised, it is somehow a burden on me? So if they have less money it is a burden off of me? How in the world does this make sense?
This is the Vice President of the United States, folks.
Wait, what? Did he actually SAY that?
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