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Health care is still The Big Talker on the Sunday talk shows White House chief of staff Jack Lew.
Defending the president's health care plan on FOX News Sunday but things got a little heated when Fox's Chris Wallace questioned whether or not the administration broke a promise to the American people by saying.
If you're family making less than 250000 dollars a year -- not see your taxes go up.
If you go back and you look at the laws that have been enacted since the president's taken off and -- office we have cut taxes for those families.
We have reduced their tax -- according to the Clinton bluntly that he's gonna raise taxes go -- -- -- -- does that mess now with the Supreme Court said with the Supreme Court said was this was constitutional they -- didn't matter what congress called it.
There's a penalty no -- on our way to wait a minute there -- -- other doesn't want to -- to choose not to buy insurance is a little bit -- attacks.
No actually technically what they said as the congress has many powers there's a commerce clause there's taxing powers and it was constitutional until they set up what is it doesn't matter -- -- Like I can't let you go there it's specifically sad that it is not constitutional under the commerce clause they said it is constitutional.
Under the tax and is that the question about raising taxes for the middle class if I -- -- let's -- look at the rocker the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
Estimates than in 2016.
Four million Americans will pay they mandate penalty or tax 75% of those people will make less than a 140000 dollars a year.
And the CBO says between 201212221.
Of those folks will pay 27.
Billion dollars -- -- additional taxes.
I think if you look at all of the laws enacted in the last three and a half years you would see that those families have a tax cut.
That say that all the independent analysts whether it's at Congressional Budget -- or others would validate that there has been a tax cut.
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