Thursday, June 7, 2012

How can you support America's Common Welfare?

Taxes are what we contribute to ensure our common welfare. Taxes aren't about individual welfare, and tax breaks aren't either. When the wealthiest benefit and the poorest suffer, our common welfare -- the well-being of our society -- suffers.

The Bush-era tax cuts were exactly the opposite of what a conservative financial policy would support. Increased expenses should never be accompanied by intentional income reduction. Deficit spending is the inevitable result, and to enable continued deficit budgeting is simply an outrage to taxpayers eking by on minimum wages yet paying their fair share of taxes.

It's time for Congress to remember its constituency is real people back in the homestates and not big-monied corporate pseudo-people. The majority of We the REAL People in every district is middle to lower class.

Ending the Bush tax cuts for those making over $250,000 a year is equitable, fair to all voters, and legitimately fiscally conservative. It's time for every good America to stand up and ask our Senators and Representative to do their parts to support the common welfare of America by ending the Bush tax cuts for the very wealthy.

Take action to contact your Senators and Representative today.
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