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New York Times Realizes New Taxes Hurt Poor the Most

AtlHarleyDave Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 10:53 AM
If you check, you'll find that most often one or both houses of congress are controlled by the opposite party in the white house. Our economy took the hit while G. Bush was pres, starting when dems took control of the house and senate in '06. The most recent period when one party controlled all 3 houses was 2008 - 2010. Dems. Look what happened to incomes - black, white and hispanic during that period. From 2008 'til 2013, declining incomes, virtually no GDP growth, and unemployment higher now than in 2008, 7.8 vs. 7.9(which is a huge understatement). Never mind, just keep your childish, racist attitude, Kyll-Why-T.

When many Americans received their first paycheck of 2013, they wondered why their paychecks were smaller. Obama supporters in particular were baffled, wondering why they were seeing less pay when they had just voted for a President who promised they would never see a tax increase, that after all was reserved for "rich" people. The first Friday in January, Google was flooded with the question, "Why is my paycheck smaller?" Workers took to Twitter and asked the same question.

Now, even the New York Times is realizing who the the newest payroll taxes hurt the most: poor...