The Obama spin machine is unraveling. First it was tax cuts for everyone making less than $250,000, then $200,000, then $150,000. Now that’s going down to $120,000.
For the second time in a week, a prominent Democrat has downgraded Barack Obama’s definition of the middle class — leading Republicans to question whether he’ll stick to his promise not to raise taxes on anyone making under $250,000.
The latest hiccup in the campaign message came Friday (10/31) morning on KOA-AM, when New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson pegged the middle class as those making $120,000 and under. Click here to listen to Richardson talk about Obama’s tax plan. “What Obama wants to do is he is basically looking at $120,000 and under among those that are in the middle class, and there is a tax cut for those,” Richardson said in the interview, according to a clip posted on YouTube.
Richardson: Under Obama Those That Make 120K Get Tax Cut
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