Saturday, November 1, 2008

Democratic Definition of Wealth Drops Dramatically

“What I’ve said is I want to provide a tax cut for 95 percent of working Americans, 95 percent. If you make more — if you make less than a quarter million dollars a year, then you will not see your income tax go up, your capital gains tax go up, your payroll tax. Not one dime.”—Obama Oct 15, 2008.

“To deal with our current emergency, I’ll launch a rescue plan for the middle class that begins with a tax cut for 95 percent of working Americans. If you have a job, pay taxes and make less than $200,000 a year, you’ll get a tax cut.” Obama Oct 28, 2007.

"What we're saying is, that $87 billion tax break doesn't need to go to people making an average of $1.4 million; It should go to middle-class people, people who make $150,000 a year." Biden Oct 28, 2008

"What Obama wants to do is he is basically looking at $120,000 and under among those that are in the middle class, and there is a tax cut for those." New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, a top surrogate for the Obama campaign, Oct. 31, 2008

"Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practise to deceive!" Sir Walter Scott, Marmion, 1808
The trouble with lying, or frequently shifting position is that it is often difficult to keep everything straight. Who's telling the truth about Obama's real plans for taxing Americans? Bill Richardson? Joe Biden? Barack Obama? And if it's Obama, which time was he telling the truth? When he said $250,000 or $200,000? And why can't he do math? Each time he insisted that he wanted to cut taxes for 95 percent of Americans- either one of his figures is incorrect, or not a single person in this country makes between $200,000 and $250,000.

The Democrats' web of deception is so entangled that they can't even keep their story straight on one of their key points. Boy, I really hope that no one slips up and *accidentally* says $50,000 instead of $250,000 when officially implementing that new tax plan...

Instead of hoping that Obama finally picks a number somewhere above your income level (or your boss's for that matter, because let's face it, he or she may have to cut your job to pay for the tax hike), why don't we elect someone that understands how to grow an economy, and has consistently voted to lower taxes for all income levels?

Vote for consistency, honesty, integrity, and most of all for your livelihood this Tuesday.

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