Tuesday, March 23, 2010

OBAMA TANNING TAX STARTS NOW: Time to punish those white small business owners and white women?

Is this part of that 'social justice' that radicals like Obama are always talking about? Of course it is! Why are tanning salons of all businesses hit with a tax increase? Well, who goes to tanning salons? Barack and Michelle Obama sure don't need to go to them, but a lot of rich white people do! Who owns tanning salons? White people do.

This is NO coincidence and it has nothing to do with health, it has to do with 'social justice.' Obama is punishing middle class and rich white folks with a tanning salon tax. And college students who are usually not rich...

Listen to the audio below of Obama if you don't believe or understand our point..

Now all of those screaming little 'airheaded' white girls who voted for Obama can now pay for their mistake when they go tanning.

This will force tanning salons to raise their rates and pass that tax on to the consumer who will wind up paying more money for a tanning session. That's called a TAX HIKE ON THE MIDDLE CLASS. Liberals are too dumb to figure this out...

BLOOMBERG- Indoor tanning salons will charge customers a 10 percent tax beginning today in just one of the changes Americans will see as a result of the U.S. health-care overhaul signed into law by President Barack Obama.

Insurers will be required by September to begin providing health coverage to kids with pre-existing illnesses and allow parents to keep children younger than 26 on their plans as the clock has begun ticking on many of the law’s provisions. Medicare recipients will receive a $250 rebate for prescription drugs when they reach a coverage gap called the donut hole if the Senate passes and the president signs companion legislation approved March 21 by the U.S. House.

The $940 billion overhaul subsidizes coverage for uninsured Americans, financed by Medicare cuts to hospitals and fees or taxes on insurers, drugmakers, medical-device companies and Americans earning more than $200,000 a year. Many of the changes in the bill of more than 2,400 pages, such as requiring most people to have health insurance and employers to provide coverage, will take at least two years to go into effect. READ MORE...

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