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I listened to NPR yesterday for over an hour back and forth from a doctors appointment.
The entire time they talked about President Obama's proposal to implement the middle class tax cut now.
Everywhere I turn its middle class tax cut, middle class tax cut...
Except it isn't but no one thinks about these things.
What is being proposed is not letting the current tax code STAY THE SAME.
So 98% of Americans WON"T HAVE A TAX INCREASE.
Since when is not having an increase a cut?
Anyone you know say I am getting the same number of days vacation this year as last year I am angry I get a benefits cut!
Filed under: * By Kendall * Economics, Politics Economy Personal Finance Taxes The U.S. Government Budget Medicare Social Security The National Deficit Politics in General House of Representatives Office of the President Senate
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