WASHINGTON — Under intense bipartisan pressure to answer mounting consumer complaints about the botched health care rollout, White House officials are struggling to make good on President Obama’s promise that Americans can keep their insurance coverage without undermining the new health law or adding unaffordable costs.
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Let me make this perfectly clear! Of all things I do NOT mind paying for with my taxes is our troops! I willingly and gladly LOVE taking care of our military, our fighting men and women and their families with my taxes! Not only that I love caring for our wounded veterans and retired military with my taxes! Of all things this must be our priority! Hey! DUMBOCRATS! Take care of our troops! Increase their pay! Take care of their families! Drop the health care bill and STOP the bailouts!!!
Do NOT be fooled by the pretense of the Democratic Obama administration and congress! “Rep. David Obey, D-Wis., chairman of the purse string-controlling House Appropriations Committee, is calling the idea a “war surtax.” He said that just as the federal government is expected to pay for its proposed intervention in the health care sector with new taxes, any escalated involvement in Afghanistan should come with a payment plan.” Read the story here at FOX NEWS “Just as the federal government is expected to pay for its proposed intervention in health care”? We don’t WANT YOUR STINKING PROPOSED health care! Stay OUT of private sector! Take care of our troops! Drop the health care bill!
Mr. President! You have been ignoring the General’s request for more troops! Sending more troops because you don’t want to put soldiers at harms way is the farthest thing from your mind! You don’t want your anti-war liberal followers to see you tied to the war. Nor do you want your Islamic world to associate you with “Bush’s war”.
Read about the war surtax from the Vietnam war era! “Some anti-war protesters refused to pay this tax, stating that while they were not anarchists and understood the need for and positive role played by government in many areas, they wanted none of their tax money going to a war that they felt was immoral. The surtax was repealed well before the war ended in Vietnam.” Surtax-wikipedia