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Largest Tax Increase in the History

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Rush Limbaugh — Hey, folks, have you seen the economic news today?  Have you heard about the unemployment numbers today?  (laughing)  Gross domestic product, have you heard about any of that?  Because I have it here, and it sucks.  It’s a disaster.  The economy of this country remains a disaster.  And we, the American people, have just been deceived in ways that nobody contemplated.  And what we now have is the biggest tax increase in the history of the world.  What we have been told by the chief justice of the Supreme Court and four liberals on the court: Obamacare is just a massive tax increase.  That’s all it is.  Obama lied to us about that.  The Democrats lied. “It wasn’t a tax. There was no way it was a tax.”

The chief justice was hell-bent to find a way to make this law applicable, so he just decided, you know what, as a tax increase, it works, because there’s no limit on the federal government’s ability to tax.  And it’s right there in the preamble of the Constitution, right there, Article 1, Section 8, the general welfare clause, it’s been established Congress can tax whatever, whoever, whenever, how much they want.  Even when they don’t ask for it, the Supreme Court is gonna find a way to make what they want to do legal because John Roberts said it’s not our job here to forbid this. It’s not our job to protect people from outcomes.  It’s not our job to determine whether it is right or wrong or any of that.  We just get to look at it. We can’t forbid this. This is what the elected representatives of the people want.

No, the elected representatives of the people were deceived.  Remember yesterday I asked you, if this decision went this way, what was your initial reaction going to be.  And how many of you were deflated as you can be because of the way this was reported? The first thing that came down, the mandate, unconstitutional, that was the first thing everybody reported.  Mandate unconstitutional, big sigh of relief.  And then within moments, wait a minute, wait a minute, we’re reading further.  Hold it just a second.  The mandate’s unconstitutional, but the court has decided it’s a tax, and therefore it’s okay.

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