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Post by tristen303 on Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:59 pm


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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:45 pm

Clinton also said Grover Norquist, who as president of Americans for Tax Reform is the GOP’s unofficial enforcer of no-new-taxes pledges, has a “chilling” hold on the nation’s lawmaking.

The former president said it has seemed like Republicans need any revenue concessions to be “approved in advance by Grover Norquist.”

“You’re laughing,” he told the crowd of 800. “But he was quoted in the paper the other day saying he gave Republican senators permission … on getting rid of the ethanol subsidies. I thought, ‘My God, what has this country come to when one person has to give you permission to do what’s best for the country.’ It was chilling.”

Hes, right that is "chilling" affraid


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Post by TR11005 on Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:52 pm

I checked out CNN. There is a mistake the current rate is 15% for employers, also GE is not paying any.

He is really suggesting an increase in the tax rate to 25%. Under the last Bush it was 35%, until he reduced it to 15%. I believe I am right by what he has recently said. The media is twisting the facts! Maybe somebody else has a recent news, backing up what I said.

No way would President Clinton suggest any medicare, social security or other programs that help the middle and poor class be cut. He has made that very clear!


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