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Americans for Tax Reform has a new push against Obama -- -- -- -- the Obama -- tax exemption can't.
And it says that President Obama is breaking his promise not to raise taxes on any Americans -- less than 250 K.
And because -- class Americans for Tax Reform says mr.
Obama will be a one -- president does that sound familiar lists the that's.
Read my lips.
But really the elder bush back then.
Will the fact that President Obama is gonna tax people under 250 K hug him in this election is -- -- -- He is the king of tax pledges and he joins us from Washington DC -- always good to see you.
Good to -- with -- now you say the President Obama is breaking his pledge.
He pledged not to raise taxes on people making less than 250000.
Tell me how he has broken -- -- Yes he's actually broken the pledge this is the statement that he made more often than any other during the 2008 campaign.
He spent tens of millions of dollars telling people an advertisement that if you aren't.
Less than 250000.
Dollars a year.
He would never ever ever raise your taxes in any way.
Obamacare has eight taxes that clearly directly hit people who aren't less than 250000 dollars a year.
And it has many taxes that indirectly hit people who are less than 250000 dollars here.
But it only took -- sixteen days 1616.
Days to break his promise when he raised taxes on people who smoke cigarettes.
Average income people smoke cigarettes 40000 dollars a year so he -- repeatedly raise taxes on lower income people.
-- basically lied his way into office when he said he wouldn't raise taxes on -- -- people.
Obamacare itself eight different direct taxes on low income Americans this card.
Is is -- you can get a for our website HER dot org.
And just show it whatever they trying collective those Obama taxes on you.
They had the quote from the presidency give it to the nice to hospital the doctor or or the retailer who thinks giving you can't impose that -- -- calling the president a liar that was the selling lied his way into office.
That was a fine publicity move on you'll -- -- vote and -- fine piece.
-- you know people are not gonna wave that caught in front of the hospital that you know it's not gonna happen Google listening.
They they have and we're collecting videos so bring your your little camera with you when you go to distort -- the hospital.
And Charlotte to them and watch them try and -- the truth that.
My -- let me ask you about this -- this statement from the present -- you made this segment over the weekend.
He talked about his vision for America all should head to prosperity.
I've gone ride out -- said I think the president is -- -- this I'm reading into that shed prosperity.
That he wants to essentially take from this group give it to that group that he sees the K because -- shape one size he just wants to -- slice the pie.
I'm saying the man's a collective mind going too far my reading -- too much into what he said got.
Not the idea that what you have -- does not belong to you because the -- the due to president that the school board.
Decides they want you -- money.
And that member -- -- -- made the claim the moral claim.
That be just because you earned a dollar doesn't mean it belongs TO.
Why do you know the federal government you know governments build roads.
And there are for the government -- they should be able to take any part of your income that it wants to.
He's open the door to the idea that you don't own what you think you own.
Certainly if you live out west -- -- he doesn't understand property rights very well but you don't deserve.
What you aren't.
Because the government.
Ultimately decides who gets what shared prosperity.
That's -- shoplifters believe old.
-- -- you go right up.
The edge of that -- you deprived of -- just extraordinary -- -- who you call them a collective that's.
But but that's much nicer than a shop -- I think -- -- into little little less direct.
Grover Norquist you all good value.
We'll see you again soon I -- look at death from gotta gotta we've got a we want -- -- okay got it absolutely -- --