Friday, September 9, 2011

Obama's Admission of Guilt

Reading the transcript of Obama's "jobs" speech from last night, I came across a line that speak volumes about Obama:

Obama offered a payroll tax cut.  He said " will cut payroll taxes in half for every working American and every small business. It will provide a jolt to an economy that has stalled, and give companies confidence..."

In other words, OBAMA KNOWS THAT TAXES STIFLE BUSINESS GROWTH AND PREVENT THE HIRING OF EMPLOYEES.  What this means (for you libs who are unable to make the connection), is that when Obama proposes new taxes in the future (already for Obamacare, but also to "pay for" his $4 Trillion spending spree), HE DOES SO WITH FULL KNOWLEDGE THAT IT WILL HURT BUSINESSES, SLOW THE ECONOMY, AND LEAD TO HIGHER UNEMPLOYMENT.

That's an admission of guilt if I ever heard one.  He accidentally let slip that he's aware that new taxes will hurt businesses, but he doesn't care.

Based on that one line alone, the House should just throw out any bill that Obama sends to them and then demand that he find ways to cut taxes permanently by cutting government spending permanently.

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