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

jim2040 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:49 AM
This entire debate is just ridiculous; raise the taxes on the wealthy, what a joke, anyone who has a dollar in their wallet is considered wealthy by the Obama Administration. I heard an interesting phrase on the radio, the Obama supporters are being called low information voters, how true that is. It's just frustrating to understand the lessons history teaches and that those in power always play to the weakness of those who generally have no clue. We sure do have alot of those low information voters hanging around.
mhubbard Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 9:14 AM
You must first know history to learn lessons from it. History isn't truly being taught in most schools.
Murph25 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:58 AM
I guess it's PC not to use the term ignoramus or moron anymore? Low information voter sounds like undocumented workers - the effect of polite language takes away the meaning

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...