Skip to comments.Cain leads Romney by eight nationally, Perry in 4th (Newt now in 3rd place!)
Posted on 10/12/2011 8:47:50 PM PDT by jageorge72
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Geez, this is such tripe and it's been spelled out over and over and over and over that there is no factor that makes raising the 9-9-9 taxes any easier than the current taxes. In fact, with more people being impacted, and the 2/3 clause to raise them, it would be appreciably more difficult to raise the 9-9-9 taxes than the ones currently in place. So, if you think that in 5 years the current tax rates will increase 122%, then fine, you may be right. However, if that's the case, it really doesn't matter if it's 9-9-9 or the current broken tax system. If you don't think current taxes would increase by 122% in five years, please explain how 9-9-9, with everyone paying something and therefore affected by tax increases and requiring a 2/3 majority to increase somehow, magically would increase 122%.
If you consider either Newt or Myth Romney to be conservative, I would hate to see your idea of a liberal.
lol. Ask a REAL liberal what he thinks of Newt and if he would ever vote for him. A liberal would laugh in your face.
We have to focus on winning the senate and more seats in the house. That way we can force the rino in the whitehouse to the right.
Yes. and for which we have paid dearly though property taxes. Bang for the buck? NOT!
Polls this early are always based on name recognition and blind impulse. It won't last. Cain seriously lacks the money support and the campaign organization. In Giuliani's case, he had 10 times the campaign structure that Cain has and you know how that turned out.
Obama will mop the floor with Cain. Especially among Blacks, who admittedly see him as an “Uncle Tom”.
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