Hillary Came Up With Just the Right Solution for All Our Problems – a Trillion Dollars in Tax Hikes

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During an interview with the editorial team of the New York Daily News, Hillary Clinton, who is indistinguishable from her socialist counterpart Bernie, has the cure for all our woes – a trillion dollars in new taxes!

Clinton told the editorial board of The New York Daily News, ” I have connected up my proposals for the kind of investments I want to make with the taxes that I think have to be raised. So on individual pieces of my agenda, I try to demonstrate clearly that I have a way for paying for paid family leave, for example, for debt-free tuition. So I would spend about $100 billion a year. And I think it’s affordable, and I think it’s a smart way to make investments, to go back to our economic discussion, that will contribute to growing the economy.”

“Now I’m well aware that this is a heavy lift. I understand that. But I think connecting what I’m asking for to the programs, to the outcomes and results that I’m calling for give me a stronger hand, and that’s how I’m going to go at it.”

She plans to tax capital gains, stock trading, cap itemized deductions, and levy an exit tax on people who made money overseas. The best is the Fairness Tax and you can tell by its name that there’s nothing fair about it.

The Fairness Tax is a tax increase of “between $400 and $500 billion” by “restoring basic fairness to our tax code.” These proposals include a “fair share surcharge,” taxing carried interest capital gains as ordinary income, and raising the Death Tax.

She wants a national sales tax on guns. I say we put a national sales tax on pants suits.

The Americans for Tax Reform believe her tax hikes will cost more than 300,000 jobs and forget that phony pledge she made to not raise taxes on the middle class.

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  1. American voters early in the twentieth century and complicit progressives sold us out with the 16th and 17th amendments. They ought be repealed, but NO ONE dares talk that way because of the ‘sacred’ entitlement programs.

    As a people, most have lost the principles of liberty.

    • Totally agree on both, but for me, the 17th was the worst. It was a radical departure from the intent of the Founding Fathers. Though the 16th was too – what the Revolution was fought over.

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