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The ObamaCare Fiscal Cliff

Ron781 Wrote: Dec 22, 2012 1:30 PM
The fed budget is roughly $3.55 trillion and the number of households in the US is about 115 million. That means each household pays $30,900 for the feds to use. This is through direct income taxes, payroll taxes, corporate taxes (due to increased costs), gasoline taxes, and on and on. We are told about 50% do not pay any fed taxes so the rest of us must pay close to double this. Now the question is do you agree that what the feds are doing with your $60,000 this year meet with your approval? Do you really want to send money to all those countries that openly state they hate us? Do you really want to support those guys at the bar watching BB all day? Do you really want to pay for Obama's vacation this Christmas? I don't.

In the standoff over the fiscal cliff, all the discussion has been about the Bush tax cuts. There has been no discussion about the ObamaCare tax increases. That's a mistake.

Five of the tax increases Americans will face on January 1 are new taxes created under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). And they are not just for the very rich. Three of the five will hit people who are solidly middle class.

The new ObamaCare taxes will hit everything from dividends and capital gains to day care and services for special needs children. They will increase the tax bill for those...