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While appearing at an event with multi-billionaire tax-avoider Warren Buffet, Hillary Clinton provided some insight on how her tax plan differs from Donald Trump's.
"Because while Warren is standing up for a fairer tax code, Trump wants to cut taxes for the super-rich," Clinton said.
"Well, we're not going there, my friends. I'm telling you, right now - we're going to write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class!"
The sycophantic sheep went wild, cheering for Hillary to raise their taxes.
There's video at the link in case your lyin' ears don't want to believe a known right-wing prevaricator like me.
Because wasn't it Joe Biden who said paying more taxes is patriotic?
Well OK then, get ready for a big dose of patriotism!
Hillary Clinton comes up $2.2 trillion short in paying for her policy agenda, despite hiking taxes by $1.3 trillion, according to a new analysis of the Democratic nominee's campaign platform.
The American Action Forum, a center-right policy institute, released a report Thursday finding Clinton's domestic agenda would "have a dramatic effect on the federal budget."
Gordon Gray, American Action Forum's director of fiscal policy, based the report on estimates of policy proposals from the Clinton campaign itself, as well as independent analyses from the Tax Policy Center and the Center for a Responsible Federal Budget.
Pay up suckers, because Free Stuff ain't cheap.
Clinton's most expensive policy proposal by far is guaranteeing up to 12 weeks of paid family leave at a cost of $1.598 trillion. Her "College Compact" plan that would give free community college tuition for students who work 10 hours a week would cost $347 billion.
Clinton's child care plan would cost $337 billion, while debt free college for future students would cost $107 billion. The tab for universal preschool reaches $66 billion.
A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking about Real Money.
So listen up Hillarians. Yup, I'm talking to you, oh displayers of Hillary signs and bumper stickers. I hope you like Hamburger Helper. Because you're gonna bear the brunt of paying for your queen's quest for utopia. And those taxes won't be easy on the budget, leaving you a lot less left over for luxuries like food.
Don't come crying to me though, because I'll just say I told you so.
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