Political Director U.S. Chamber of Commerce...It’s the same “tax the rich”
rhetoric that was used last year. We opposed that flawed policy then — and we oppose it now.
Those so-called “rich” are actually America’s small business owners who we’re dependent on to lead us to economic prosperity. Proposals, such as
Congressman Paul Ryan’s Path for Prosperity, aim to prevent tax hikes on small
businesses – who file as individuals – so that our nation’s economic recovery
isn’t stopped dead in its track. Don’t take our word for it — even the
President’s own Small Business Administration points out that “75% of small
businesses file taxes on individual income tax forms.” America’s small
businesses have generated 64% of net new jobs in this country over the past 15
years — and they employ more than half of all private sector employees. Raise
taxes on employers, and you’ll only diminish job growth. That means less tax
revenue — and an even deeper deficit hole...
Here's their plan: Support these common-sense proposals
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