Some sort of way Republicans have tricked their people into thinking that their money is being stolen and taken to be used on helping poor people.
Here’s the thing, you’re going to pay taxes anyway. Taxes go to pay for military, building new weapons, testing , salary paying, programs to find cures for diseases, government jobs that are needed like the mail service so you dont have to pay UPS, and federal help. But here’s the thing, way more tax money went into cleaning up Iraq under Bush than it did to help anyone in America. Out of all the tax money received, only a small portion actually goes to needy people.
Another thing, if you’re a true middle class person then you’re going to get a nice big Income Tax refund so not only are you helping the country you live in but you’re getting your money back to buy that new car or save or pay off bills, whatever you want to do.
Another thing, taxes were paid under Reagan, paid under Bush, Paid under Bush again, So you’re going to pay taxes regardless it just depends on what it’s going for ( like 13 billion for faith based programs for people to pray away the problems and get counseled by person of faith ) Last time I heard that was called going to church and it was free.
Taxes were higher under Bush with a republican controlled senate and congress and white house than they were under President Obama. And taxes were going to be higher under Mitt Romney according to William G. Gale, of the Tax Policy Center and an economic adviser to President George H. W. Bush.
I hear things like Democrats want you pay for other people, socialism, ect. If republicans are against helping people, against what they call liberal programs like NASA and stem cell research then where is that money going, why are taxes higher under republicans ( expect for the rich )?
By the way.
Under President Obama, taxes have been at their lowest in over 60 years. Why have republicans claimed that Obama raised their taxes every since he got into office?
William Gale, head of the Tax Policy Center at the Brookings Institution, tells CBS News that federal taxes are actually "at their lowest levels in 60 years."
Said Gale: "The relation between what is said in the tax debate and what is true about tax policy is often quite tenuous. The rise of the Tea Party at at time when taxes are literally at their lowest in decades is really hard to understand."
Just before this past Sunday’s Super Bowl, President Obama gave an interview with Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly and in the interview the President told O’Reilly "I didn’t raise taxes once. I lowered taxes over the last two years."
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Idiot repubs need a distinction between Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. Cons can’t think too far back.
I do see what you mean though. Hell Reagan raised taxes 25 times during his presidency. Cons seem to forget that.