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Obama Claims Reagan Inspired Buffet/Soros Tax Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, May 21, 2012, 08:38 PM
President Barack Obama is touting the Buffet/Soros Tax on the re-election campaign trail and now he’s claiming that the late President Ronald Reagan would have supported raising taxes if he were alive today.

The official White House Website claims, “in a June 28, 1985 speech Reagan called for a fairer tax code, one where a multi-millionaire did not have a lower tax rate than his secretary. Today, President Obama is calling for the same Buffet/Soros Rule.”

Commentary Magazine added, “the Heritage Foundation’s Rory Cooper tweeted that Obama had casually dropped his own name into Ronald Reagan’s official biography on, claiming credit for taking up the mantle of Reagan’s tax reform advocacy with his ‘Buffet/Soros Rule’ gimmick. My first thought was, he must be joking. But he wasn’t – it turns out Obama had added bullet points bragging about his own accomplishments to the biographical sketches of every single U.S. president since Calvin Coolidge (except, for some reason, Gerald Ford).”

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written by ken Dickson , May 22, 2012

This guy thinks he can re-write history? He is just trying to divert the attention of the worst administration in the history of America!

written by joshua , May 22, 2012

Ronald Regan said,"Mr. Gorbachoff, tear down this wall."

Jesse Jackson Jr. said, "Obama, I'm gonna tear out your balls."

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