Taking Back America!
When George Soros makes a statement like this, it should make us seriously consider our voting choice. This is a link to a short article from that interview.
ANYONE WHO LISTENS TO ANYTHING GEORGE SOROS SAYS IS SERIOUSLY MISINFORMED AND HASN'T A CLUE OF WHAT POLITICAL TRUTHS ARE. SOROS HAS MADE A SECOND CAREER OUT OF DEFAMING THE CONSERVATIVE WAY OF LIFE AND BELIEF, WHILE CONSTANTLY WAVING HIS RICHES IN OUR FACES. TIME FOR GEORGE TO GET AN EDUCATION , AND LEARN SOME HUMILITY AS WELL.
I agree that Soros is a moron, but in terms of economic policy he's right about Romney. Examine Romney's tax proposals on income. You'll see he wants to keep the current rates, which include 33 and 35 as the top two brackets. With congress blocking tax increases, this means his taxes are identical to Obama's. Even if Obama did somehow get the increases he wants (by letting the bush tax cuts expire) the top two rates for Romney are 33,35 and for Obama 36,39.6. That's not very different, is it? The problem is when it comes to taxes, Romney is the same as Obama. He talks about a merit based society but then wants to keep the current tax rates? Makes no sense. How can it be merit based when the tax structure is set up for redistribution of wealth, not growth? Additionally, when asked in Iowa why he wouldn't lower taxes he said, "Because the rich are fine, it's the middle class that needs help". Excuse me, this is Obama speak! Who is rich? Who is middle class? What an absurd thing to say. Sorry, but Soros is unfortunately right on this one (again, in terms of economics).
Soros speaks with a forked tongue. I don't recognize anything he says to be credible and no doubt he's trying to convince people to re-elect the goon that's in the White House now.
That may be true Steve, but facts are facts. Romney's economic policies are almost identical to Obama's. I will vote for Romney if he wins, but make no mistake; any republican that isn't willing to lower taxes for everyone isn't much of a republican. Any republican making distinctions between "rich", "poor", and "middle class" isn't much of a republican. Romney plays directly into Obama's class warfare with not only his words but his tax policy. The difference between Romney and Obama is this: Obama will make things worse and Romney won't. Are things going to get much better under Romney? No. Will unemployment drastically drop under Romney? No. So, the difference is, unemployment will go up under Obama - it will stay the same or dip a bit under Romney.