Obamacare Tax Increase? Depends What The Definition Of "Is" Is

Monday, September 21, 2009

The snake oil salesman pushes the ridiculous notion that his socialized health care will not raise taxes:




STEPHANOPOULOS: That may be, but it's still a tax increase...

OBAMA: No, but… but, George, you… you can't just make up that language and decide that that's called a tax increase. Any...

STEPHANOPOULOS: I… I don't think I'm making it up. Merriam Webster's Dictionary: Tax…"a charge, usually of money, imposed by authority on persons or property for public purposes."

OBAMA: George, the fact that you looked up Merriam's Dictionary, the… definition of tax increase, indicates to me that you're stretching a little bit right now. Otherwise, you wouldn't have gone to the… dictionary to check on the definition. I mean what...
OBAMA: My critics say everything is a tax increase. My critics say that I'm taking over every sector of the economy. You know that.

In 2007 Obama said health care will "require tax hikes" and that "savings are just a theory."


The Health Systems Innovations Network estimates Obama's plan will raise taxes for a total of $4 trillion over 10 years.

The media also doesn't believe in the dictionary definition!

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