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Proposed tax hikes will harm real people

December 24, 2012
Fairmont Sentinel

If President Barack Obama gets his way and pressures Congress into approving a tax increase that could hit many small businesses hard, about 200,000 jobs will be erased by the action, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates.

Obama's proposal would increase taxes on many small businesses - while granting breaks to big corporations.

The CBO agrees that would affect the economy adversely.

How do liberals in Washington react to the CBO's estimate? Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich., said Obama's plan "will not stifle economic growth in any significant way."

The 200,000 men and women who will get pink slips if Obama wins probably view themselves as "significant." Clearly, the president and some lawmakers do not.

 
 

 

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