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President Obama cites Ronald Reagan in support of the Buffett Rule

President Barack Obama invoked Republican icon Ronald Reagan Wednesday in a bid to gain support for his Buffett Rule, saying he'd change the name to the "Reagan Rule" if it meant gaining GOP support. Obama argued that Reagan would've supported...
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Would Reagan Support the Buffett Rule?

Politics / US Politics : Taegan Goddard's Political Wire (2 years ago)

A video from the wayback machine suggests Ronald Reagan would have backed the same tax proposal President Obama supports -- that the Warren Buffetts of the world don't pay a lower effective tax rate (due to investment income) than t... Read Post

Obama Asks ‘Are You Better Off Than Six Years Ago?’ Well, Are You?

US Politics / Conservative : Gateway Pundit (2 days ago)

Guest post by Kristinn Taylor President Barack Obama invoked former President Ronald Reagan in an effort to convince the American people they are better off than when he assumed office nearly six years ago. Obama made his comparison... Read Post

Obama: Let?s Call Tax Plan the ‘Reagan Rule’

Politics / US Politics : Washington Wire (2 years ago)

President Barack Obama trod new ground in invoking Republican Party icon Ronald Reagan to pitch his proposal to raise taxes on the wealthy. Mr. Obama puckishly offered Wednesday to rename his proposal, currently called the ?Buffett ... Read Post


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