He hasn't destroyed America yet. But he wants to. And will if reelected.
He hasn't taken your guns yet. But will if reelected.
He hasn't taken God out of the pledge or off our currency yet. But he will if we don't stop his second-term.
He hasn't enforced Sharia Law yet. But wait cause he will.
He hasn't rounded up Christians, Republicans and those who oppose him and put them in FEMA camps yet. But he will just as soon as he's reelected.
He hasn't raised taxes yet. But he wants to soooo bad. Or as Mitt Romney put it yesterday: “I admit this, he has one thing he did not do in his first four years, he’s said he’s going to do in his next four years, which is to raise taxes,” Romney told a crowd at a campaign stop in Vandalia, Ohio.
It's always a conspiracy for Republicans. It's their entire rationale for political existence. Mention to them that the most serial tax increaser in American history was Ronald Reagan and their heads explode into some right wing chant about how Democrats forced him to do it or how his overall net tax baseline is still negative. Ummm, so is Obama's but we aren't letting facts get in the way of a perfectly good Republican Conspiracy.
This is almost priceless.
Realizing Mitt Romney has once again veered extremely off message about Obama not yet increasing taxes, cause in their world Obama has already instituted the largest tax increase in world history, his campaign is pushing back and making up total lies explaining Mittens' comments.
“President Obama has raised taxes on millions of middle-class Americans during his first term in office,” the campaign said in a statement to ABC News. “Governor Romney was clearly communicating about an additional tax increase President Obama is proposing on American small businesses that will jeopardize over 700,000 jobs. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will stop the President’s tax increases, create 12 million new jobs, and turn our economy around.”So Mitt had it all wrong. President Obama has already raised taxes for millions of Americans and he's going to raise taxes even more if reelected. That's the GOP message. I'm assuming Republicans are once again using the Affordable Care Act as a tax increase, which I don't dispute because there are taxes levied from it. But if Obama's health care reform is a tax increase then so is Mitt Romney's individual mandate he executed in Massachusetts while Governor, which is without a doubt the blueprint for Obama's overhaul.
Yet again, I'll add. If we have to view Reagan's numerous tax increases in the prism that his overall net tax baseline is negative, then certainly we have to view Obama's in the same context and justly conclude that Obama has by far cut more taxes than he's raised.