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White House Pretends Taxes Haven't Gone Up on Middle Class After Fiscal Cliff Deal

Dr_Zinj Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:45 AM
Americans won't really wake up to the reality of the lies until April 15th, 2014; when they really see that they are going to be paying significantly more in taxes. That kind of a lie constitutes a high crime in the office of the President, which means it's an impeachable offense. Frankly, while the House might impeach, the Senate, being pro-Obama and mostly Democrat, would refuse to do their duty and fairly try or convict him. Which means the only solution most Americans will envision would be armed revolt. 2014 is going to be a very interesting year, but I doubt it will be very comfortable.
traitorbill Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 10:24 AM
Ever wonder why tax day is as far from election day as possible? Moving the tax day half of a year to Oct 15 would go a long way toward solving our spending problem. Call it the instant term limit for liberals bill, or the truth in politics bill.
alphonsejones Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:52 AM
then that will be when the hussein's real decline will start to kick in. He has the fantasy that the 2014 elections will give him majorities in both the house and senate and that his final 2 years in office will give him the carte blanche he needs to force his agenda on America

The real revolution begins when the hussein loses his power and America can start the hard job of undoing the damage his 2 failed terms in office have done to our Republic
traitorbill Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 10:26 AM
It would help if the government got a sense that gun owners were organizing now for resistance. They seem to have forgotten that their power is granted to them by the people, and not by their office.

Despite Americans seeing a two percent jump in their Social Security taxes and less money in their bank accounts after the fiscal cliff deal was signed via auto pen on behalf of President Obama last week, the White House is pretending rates stayed the same. In an email to supporters yesterday, White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe wrote:

Hello --

I'll tell you what keeps driving me every day: the knowledge that people like you have our backs.

When President Obama asked you to make your voices heard to keep taxes from...