Statements about Taxes
If the legislature refuses to expand Medicaid, "27 states are going to get our money – Virginia taxpayer money – into their states to provide health care for their citizens, paid for by us."
Mark Warner voted for "nearly $1 trillion in new taxes and $7 trillion in new debt."
Terry McAuliffe "wants to raise your taxes $1,700 to pay for his infinite promises."
Ken Cuccinelli would "take money away from public schools to fund private schools."
Under Cuccinelli’s tax cut plan, "school divisions across Virginia could be forced to fire over 8,000 teachers."
Under Obamacare, "The IRS will have access to the American people’s protected health care information."
Under Obamacare, Virginia taxpayers would have been "forced to pay for abortions" if the General Assembly had not recently intervened.
Paul Ryan’s budget "keeps the Obamacare taxes and spending cuts that paid for Obamacare, but then cuts all of the benefits."
The transportation package passed by the General Assembly would impose the "largest tax increase in Virginia’s history."
In Virginia "there has been a billion dollars in surplus over the last three years. The legislature has spent less than 1 percent of that on roads."
Except for Virginia, "the other 49 states keep raising their gas tax."
"One-third of the gasoline is purchased by out-of-state people" in Virginia
Says his plan to raise car registration to $56 would still leave Virginia with a fee that’s "equal to or lower than most states."
Says his transportation plan "would make Virginia the first state in the nation to eliminate the state tax on gasoline."
"The tax burden on Virginia families was lower under Tim Kaine than under George Allen."
"Tim Kaine announced he wants to raise taxes on everyone."
"When I left the Senate, we were on a trajectory towards a balanced budget."
Tim Kaine, as governor, proposed tax increases on people earning "as little as $17,000."
Ronald Reagan "raised taxes in 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1987."
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