Not counting the 20 new taxes in Obamacare, President Obama has proposed 442 new taxes on Americans, according to a study released by Americans for Tax Reform.
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The 442 total proposed tax increases does not include the 20 tax increases Obama signed into law as part of Obamacare.buy valium without prescription
“History tells us what Obama was able to do. This list reminds us of what Obama wanted to do,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.buy tramadol no prescription
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-34 tax increases for FY 2013
-137 tax increases for FY 2014
-93 tax increases for FY 2015
Perhaps not coincidentally, the Obama budget with the lowest number of proposed tax increases was released during an election year: In February 2012, Obama released his FY 2013 budget, with “only” 34 proposed tax increases. Once safely re-elected, Obama came back with a vengeance, proposing 137 tax increases, a personal record high for the 44th President.
Read the whole thing. Is there any tax he doesn’t want to impose? The article points out that he’s even open to a value added tax, in addition to all of the other taxes we pay.