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    New RNC ad hits on that taxing aspect

    New RNC ad hits on that taxing aspect

    Today the RNC released a t.v. ad hitting Obama on his denials that Obamacare is a tax:

    Hot Air writes:

    This is probably the best attack that Republicans and Mitt Romney can muster from yesterday’s defeat — and it’s likely to be effective.  Whatever boost Obama gets politically from prevailing at the Court will dissipate when people start associating his two-year-long project with a massive tax increase (which it is, to the tune of $1.7 trillion over ten years, according to the CBO).

    With the economy foremost among Americans’ concerns, the ad associates government-run health with its ultimate impact: your wallet. But they might take it beyond the wallet, to the economic burden this places on our infrastructure, security, and children’s future. I’m sure that’s to-come.

    H/T Charlie Sykes


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    Democrats doing what Democrats – and all those who lust for power over others – do.


    to gain more power.

      Squires in reply to pfg. | June 29, 2012 at 2:28 pm

      I would recommend to anyone reading Armando Valladares’s Against All Hope. Certain parts of the earlier chapters are a very direct and concise lesson regarding those who lie their way into power – and on how some people (like those who believed Castro when he proclaimed that he was not a Communist and later, after he took power and Communists took over every institution, insisted that he must not know what was happening) will so desperately lie to themselves that they are not being lied to by the fraudulent leader/savior who has deceived his way into their hearts.


    Henry Hawkins | June 29, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    And for those of you supporting President Obama’s reelection campaign, I highly recommend this book:

    Conservative Beaner | June 29, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    No, I’m still of the opinion they should have nuked Obamacare. He could have slapped down the mandate curbing the Commerce Clause. Then the court could have made a similiar statement about taxing behavior.

    The GOP has been given a big stick with taxes and they can ride this along with the bad economy to the White House and full control of Congress.

    The only problem is they still can snatch defeat from the jaws of victory just as what happened at the Supreme Court and we will be stuck with this dreadful law.

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