Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Question for Andrei Cherny How Will Higher Taxes Create Jobs?

Yesterday Obama Doubled Down on His Intention to Raise Small Business Taxes Despite 41 Consecutive Months of Unemployment Above 8.0 Percent

(Washington) - Even after the announcement of persistently high unemployment numbers last week, President Obama continues to push for tax hikes on Arizona small businesses. Right now, Arizona families need leaders to put job creation first, but will Andrei Cherny just champion Obama’s job-crushing agenda?
"As if things were not hard enough in the Democrat economy, the President plans to burden Arizona small businesses with even more devastating tax hikes,” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay. "Now, Arizonans are looking to Andrei Cherny for his position – will he support Obama’s tax hikes or support job creators?"

In June, the national unemployment rate remained debilitatingly high at 8.2 percent. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Accessed 7/9/2012)

The last thing American families need is more taxes, yet President Obama has chosen to ignore the staggering unemployment rate and struggles of small businesses, and believes implementing tax hikes will create jobs:
"By the way, these tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans are also the tax cuts that are least likely to promote growth. So we can't afford to keep that up. Not right now,’ [said President Obama].” (President Barack Obama,"Remarks on Bush Tax Cuts,” MSNBC, 7/9/2012)

A new poll reveals a majority of Americans believe Obama has changed the economy for the worse, evidence of democrat’s continuous ineffective leadership and failed policies:
"A survey by The Hill, a Washington, D.C., newspaper, says that 56% of likely voters believe Obama has transformed the nation in a negative way, compared with 35% who believe the country has changed for the better on his watch.” (David Jackson,"Poll: Majority say Obama has made things worse,” USA TODAY, 7/9/2012)

Question for Andrei Cherny: How Will Higher Taxes Create Jobs? ow.ly/c7ngb


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