While taxing the rich and rolling back the 2003 tax cuts are attractive rhetorically, the numbers don't add up. The 1960s-style big government entitlement programs being proposed can't be funded by rolling back the tax cuts and taxing the wealthiest taxpayers.
Should the 2003 tax cuts not be made permanent, a family earning $50,000 will see their taxes increase $2,100. Those families with incomes above the $50,000 figure also will see their tax burden increase.
The Democratic candidates have proposed extending the Bush tax cuts for everybody except for those making over $250,000 a year. Some might think this is where the Trojan soldiers are hiding. But not really. 98 percent of all taxpayers would be unaffected by this proposal.
This letter goes out, not to everyone that will place their eyes on it, but to everyone who claims the name of Jesus Christ and says they believe in the Word of God as truth. ...
I have seen some disturbing information the mainstream media does not want you to see, but don’t listen to that or what Oprah or any of the media tells you about him.
You listen to what God, through His word, tells you.
If you, as a Christian (not Democrat), can study the principles set forth in the Bible between now and November and then still vote for Obama, then we have to accept it. His words sound great, enthusiastic and charismatic, but many Christians have been led astray by such actions from the pulpits.
Look up Second Timothy 4:3-4. Don’t listen to less than the whole truth because anything other than the whole truth is a lie. We as Christians have a God-given responsibility, regardless of party affiliation, to put people into our God-ordained government that line up with His word in their background and records, Obama’s most liberal in 2007.
There is a great tidal wave of change that is driven by Obama’s campaign, but change isn’t always good. Indonesia changed forever after the tsunami, which was a tidal wave. For the record, I don’t particularly like John McCain, either.