Skip to comments.OBAMA DEMANDS MORE TAX HIKES NEXT YEAR (Drudge)
Posted on 12/31/2012 1:44:29 PM PST by GreaterSwiss
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Right on schedule the kenyan put a @#$@ in the punch bowl.
Last year, in 2011, we started reducing the deficit through $1 trillion in spending cuts. Those have already taken place. The agreement being worked on right now would further reduce the deficit by asking the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans to pay higher taxes for the first time in two decades.
And he went on to add:
And I want to make clear that any agreement we have to deal with these automatic spending cuts that are being threatened for next month, those also have to be balanced, because, remember, my principle always has been lets do things in a balanced, responsible way. And that means the revenues have to be part of the equation in turning off the sequester and eliminating these automatic spending cuts, as well as spending cuts.
Take away - he says he already cut $1Trillion and any new negotiations will require new taxes
The Magic Negro wants Magic Spending Cuts, but real taxes.
Excerpt from the Roll Call link:
Obama’s Call for More Revenue Next Year Angers GOP Senators
By Steven T. Dennis
Roll Call Staff
Dec. 31, 2012, 2:29 p.m.
With both sides on the cusp of a fiscal cliff deal, President Barack Obama vowed Monday to seek additional revenue next year alongside spending cuts. In the process, he also angered several GOP senators who said he demeaned their efforts to reach a deal.
Obama said that a year-end deal to avert tax hikes for the middle class is within sight, but its not done.
The emerging deal, which sources have pegged at around $600 billion in new revenue, would include permanent extensions of current tax rates on individuals with income up to $400,000 and couples with income up to $450,000. But Obama made clear that he would demand additional revenue as part of any package next year.
Obama has sought a much higher revenue figure $1.3 trillion as part of a grand bargain in his failed negotiations with Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio.
Btw, a first glance I thought that last line ended: Speaker John A. Boehner, Rino. Had to do a doubletake.
The Lurker Plan:
Pass a clean 3 year extension of ALL current tax rates in the House.
Tell Reid and Obama that negotiations on the debt ceiling won’t even begin until that Bill is passed as is by the Senate and signed into law by the President.
Go home. Don’t talk to anyone. Don’t go on TV. Don’t answer the phone.
No kidding. What a surprise. So, the fiscal cliff wasn’t the big deal he tried to make it out to be? Wow. He was planning ahead? Shucks. Democrats want to raise taxes? I guess he wants his base to know that he still intends to raise taxes higher. What a patriot. Never, ever, never trust anything a Democrat says. Even the smaller stuff. The only thing you can do to figure out what a Democrat will do is look at his past behavior.
Why I don’t care what the “fiscal cliff deal” is:
Watch me save $trillion.
Wanna see it again?
We already will have higher taxes, thanks to Obamacare.
Wait till all those idiots who think Obamacare is going to be so wonderful find out how much it will cost them
With "friends" like this, Conservative don't need enemies.
“Obama IS the @#$@ in the punch bowl! “
And we all know-— see my tagline!
Pass a clean
3 year permanent extension of ALL current tax rates in the House.
The Lurker Plan Roll Call
Fightin Whitey, FR-Montana: AYE!
The only way to make any tax rate permanent is with an Amendment to the Constitution. What one Congress can pass, another one can change. Thats why I picked a 3 year term. It takes us till the last year of the O administration.
Well, permanent in so far that there is no built-in expiration date.
I’ll concur with that.
Next the House ends Omnibus spending bills. Fund one department, agency, or bureau at a time.
Defund? Dept of Education first, please.
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