Statements about Taxes
Says Bill Nelson sold agricultural land "for home development, pocketing at least $1.4 million."
Bill Nelson "leased land that he owned for six cows, taking advantage of an agricultural tax loophole to dodge $43,000 in taxes just last year."
"If Gov. Romney's plan goes into effect … the average senior would have to pay $460 a year more in tax for their Social Security."
Says Daniel Webster "used taxpayer funds to build a lobbyist lounge."
Says Charlie Crist "was pro-life, pro-gun and vehemently anti-tax."
Says Bill Nelson "voted to raise our taxes 150 times."
"Mitt Romney is the first major party candidate for president of the United States in modern times not to release at least 12 years of tax returns."
Says Ron Saunders "made the choice to stand with Rick Scott" on expanding school vouchers, restricting scholarships and giving tax breaks to the wealthy.
Says Gov. Jeb Bush vetoed the "Quiñones Plan" because it was "taxation without representation on a large scale."
Says Jim Frishe wanted to "tax us for doing our taxes" through an accountant.
The health care law "imposes the largest tax increase in history on the middle class."
President Obama "promised" families making less than $250,000 a year would not see taxes go up, but "Obamacare raises 18 different taxes."
Democrats plan to keep student loan interest rates low "by raising taxes on small businesses, very small businesses … the kinds of small businesses that give jobs to graduates."
Ron Oakley's "conservative leadership protected local taxpayers over government bureaucrats" as the Water Management District’s budget decreased by "58 percent in the four years he served on the board."
"98 percent of American families" make "under $250,000 a year."
"Mitt Romney’s pledged to protect (oil companies') record profits – and their billions in special tax breaks, too."
Says the state tax burden per citizen in New York is twice as high as in Florida.
Says Mitt Romney belittled middle-class tax cuts "as nothing more than 'little Band-Aids.' "
Says someone earning $50,000 a year will fare better under his "9-9-9" plan than under the current tax system.
Says Bill Clinton opposes President Barack Obama's plan to raise taxes on wealthy Americans.
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