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#1 Feb 11, 2012
Obama to Congress:'Stop this middle-class tax hike'

President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to extend a payroll tax cut for the remainder of the year as another deadline nears for Congress to act or see taxes go up for millions of working Americans.

Lawmakers agreed back in December, after much bickering, on a two-month extension, but that runs out at the end of this month.

'I hope you'll pick up the phone, send a tweet, write an email, and tell your representative that they should get this done before it gets too late'

Tell them not to play politics again by linking this debate to unrelated issues.
Tell them not to manufacture another needless standoff or crisis," Obama said.
Tell them not to stand in the way of the recovery.
Tell them to just do their job.

That's what our middle class needs. That's what our country needs," he added.

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#2 Feb 11, 2012
Understand that this "Tax Cut" is what you and your employer pay into Social Security Trust Fund.
Impact is $120 Billion a year.
Remember this point next year when Congress and whoever is President promotes major changes to Social Security benefits due to the funding in the Trust Fund.
The above is present for your info only, neither a "Yea" nor "Nay" on the proposed cut.
Uncle Sam

South Fulton, TN

#3 Feb 11, 2012
Paladinhgwt wrote:
Understand that this "Tax Cut" is what you and your employer pay into Social Security Trust Fund.
Impact is $120 Billion a year.
Remember this point next year when Congress and whoever is President promotes major changes to Social Security benefits due to the funding in the Trust Fund.
The above is present for your info only, neither a "Yea" nor "Nay" on the proposed cut.
The reduction in collection would actually be $185 billion. This tax cut would only apply to employees, not employers. There is no long term issue related to overall solvency of the Social Security program. The only problem might be that when the cut is eventually rescinded conservative Republicans could call for the increase to be applied to an individual retirement account rather than to the trust fund.
Blue

Louisville, KY

#4 Feb 11, 2012
Uncle Sam wrote:
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The reduction in collection would actually be $185 billion. This tax cut would only apply to employees, not employers. There is no long term issue related to overall solvency of the Social Security program. The only problem might be that when the cut is eventually rescinded conservative Republicans could call for the increase to be applied to an individual retirement account rather than to the trust fund.
No overall problem with the solvency of Social Security? Then why is it 15 trillion dollars in the red?

Boy, you liberals can't put a sentence together without lying...

The fact of the matter is, Obama is robbing the SS trust fund with your blessing...

And, now the stupid SOB is calling it a tax increase to buy votes.

One more thing... The REPUBLICAN CONTROLLED HOUSE passed a ONE YEAR extension and the LIBERAL CONTROLLED SENATE decided a TWO MONTH EXTENSION was good enough...

Obama and the liberals in the senate are just playing politics... That's about all they got to offer after 3 years of FAILED POLICIES... Scandal is the only thing Obama has been successful at.
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Cynthiana, KY

#5 Feb 11, 2012
There's a t-shirt on facebook that say's.I'm helping remove Obama from office.

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