Statements about Taxes
The United States "has never been richer, if you look at per capita GDP."
"This year, the federal government will have more revenue than any year in the history of our country."
"One out of four corporations doesn't pay a nickel in (federal income) taxes."
Says Matt Bevin has repeatedly failed to pay his taxes.
The IRS scandal "clearly showed some criminal behavior."
"There was no surge in 501(c)(4) applications in 2010."
"During the Bush administration, liberal groups were targeted" by the IRS, similar to recent targeting.
Says the inspector general for the IRS said there was "no political motivation" and "no outside influence" for targeting of tax-exempt applications from tea party groups
"We have a tax code that allows groups to use their political operations within the tax code, under the guise of a charity, to use undisclosed millions of dollars to do political campaigns."
"The IRS doesn't have to prove something against you ... you've got the burden of proof."
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 a majority of Americans -- and Republicans -- support his approach for deficit reduction.
Says the federal government is earning more tax revenue now "than any other time."
"Under President Obama: $4,000 tax hike on middle-class families."
Says six studies verify that the math adds up for Mitt Romney’s tax plan.
Says economists Harvey Rosen and Martin Feldstein have said that "paying for (Mitt) Romney’s tax cuts would require large tax increases on families making between $100,000 and $200,000."
"The Canadians — they (dropped) their tax rates to 15 percent. The average tax rate on businesses in the industrialized world is 25 percent."
The federal tax code has "loopholes that are giving incentives for companies that are shipping jobs overseas."
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