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between himself and his opponent, Republican George Allen. Allen said after the debate that the statement underscores Kaine’s desire to impose higher taxes on struggling, working-class Virginians. Kaine scoffed, calling it no big deal.
for private equity mavens... it means the Republican motto today is essentially let other people's children fight our wars... and let's have it paid for by debt we'll have other people's children pay off through higher taxes .
therefore it is a tax. And the American people know that President Obama has broken the pledge he made. He said he wouldn’t raise taxes on middle-income Americans. Not only did he raise the $500 billion that was already in the bill, it’s now clear that his
the law is funded by a tax, not a penalty. This puts Dems in their standard position of vulnerability - that they love higher taxes . But the Romney campaign is taking a contradictory approach. Let me say that when the Supreme Court ruling came down last
Jeb Bush is striking a centrist pose. But why? Easy to do when you're not running for anything and when 'polls show' Americans want problem solvers, not fighters. Which explains his talk about raising taxes... oh, sorry, that's increasing revenues. Here's what I know to be true... next year, or the ...