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Obama: I Mean It!

“Health insurance reform cannot add to our deficit, and I mean it!”

Americans also thought President Obama really “meant it” before he was elected to office when he promised over and over again that taxes would not be raised on 95 percent of American families.

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It now seems as though the President has a dilemma of choosing which statement he meant more. If he isn’t going to add to the deficit with health care reform, then he will have to raise taxes in order to pay for it on all Americans, unless of course he just raises taxes on “the rich” to over 50 percent.

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