Taxpayers earning less than $200,000 a year will pay roughly $3.9 billion more in taxes — in 2019 alone — due to healthcare reform, according to the Joint Committee on Taxation, Congress's official scorekeeper. --Jay HeflinPresident Barry Hussein Soetoro says under his presidency taxes will not be raised on the middle class but the Joint Committee on Taxation, Congress’s official scorekeeper says that taxes will be raised on the middle class. Who do you believe.
You heard all of the promises. President Barry Hussein Soetoro promised the American Middle Class that his health care law would not raise taxes on the middle class not even one cent. Soetoro said that people making less than $200,000.00 a year and joint filers earning less than $250,000 would not see a tax increase under his watch. (see videos)
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Yet according to the Joint Committee on Taxation, Congress's official scorekeeper the middle class will get a substantial tax increase of $15.2 billion over 10 years. Once the law is fully implemented in 2019, the JCT estimates (see article)
The president promised that taxes would not be raised one cent on the middle class under his watch well when he’s voted out in 2012 that might be one of the few promises that he kept.