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Democrat Senate Candidate Backs New "Minimum Tax" For All

lbs2 Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 3:50 PM
CHICK FIL A has renegged on support for tradional marriage. Mr Cathy told N.Y. assemblyman he only wanted to open stores on the eastcoast and make more money. He signed a pledge for the assemblyman stating he no longer supports marriage between just a man and a woman. I pray that the world of customers that stood with his company in its time of need will now give the coward the finger.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 6:33 PM
I'm still not believing any of this, it's almost exclusively being reported from lib sources.

Wait for the REAL news to come out before we jump to conclusions.
SageAdvice68 Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 4:12 PM
I heard about this today lbs2....I was hoping TH would post something about this.

From what I understand, this is why I believe almost nothing I hear, and less than half of what I see.

Really is unbelievable after witnessing the support Chick-Fil-A received from real Americans recently, to have them turn around and shoot us the middle finger while bending over for a bunch of buttboys and slit lickers.

Virginia Democratic Senate nominee Tim Kaine probably wishes he could hit a "do-over" button.  During a televised debate with GOP candidate George Allen, the former DNC Chairman came out in favor of a new federal "minimum tax for everyone," including tens of millions of low and middle class American families:

In his haste to demagogue Mitt Romney's '47 percent' comments, Kaine fell into a trap.  As Romney stated, roughly 47 percent of all American households pay zero or negative federal income tax rates.  Many...