Statements about Taxes
The IRS is going to be "in charge" of "a huge national database" on health care that will include Americans’ "personal, intimate, most close-to-the-vest-secrets."
The IRS is "going to be in charge of our health care."
"The IRS will have the ability potentially" to deny or delay health care.
Says Fulton County government hasn’t raised its millage rate since 1991.
"Buono voted 154 times to raise our taxes -- like the sales tax, the income tax, health care taxes, even small business taxes."
Historically, the Social Security tax has been assessed on about 90% of U.S. income. Now it captures 83% because there's been such a growth of income among the highest earners.
Says President Barack Obama’s proposed budget includes two new tax increases that would collect about $14 billion.
"Under Republican Governor Chris Christie, tolls cost more. Train and bus rides cost more. College tuition goes up. But Christie protected a tax cut for millionaires."
"Four balanced budgets in a row, with no new taxes for anyone. The best job growth in 12 years. Nearly 130,000 new private-sector jobs. Merit pay to reward New Jersey’s best teachers, and the most education funding ever."
Metro on whether it could use bond money for restoration.
Says opponents of proposed Austin school district bonds say the district’s "debt load doubles with these new bonds."
Says proponents of a bond package for the Austin school district say the district has the second-lowest bond tax rate "among the Central Texas area school districts."
"The Internal Revenue code has ballooned to a 5,600-page, 4 million-word complicated mess that is seven times as long as the Bible with none of the good news."
"Do you know those former Soviet Bloc countries have all moved to flat taxes?"
"Odd fact for odd draft: No. 2 overall pick will earn more than the No. 1 pick due to no state tax in Florida. So 2 not so bad."
Says businesses pay roughly 60 percent of taxes in Texas.
"The United States currently has the highest corporate tax rate in the world."
The Miami Dolphins "are the only NFL team in the entire nation that pays property taxes."
The "working tax cut" created "over 40,000 new jobs in just the last four years."
"We Really Do Have the Highest Corporate Tax Rate in the World."
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