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Note: If you haven't watched debate below, in prior post intro.

Huizenga calls not extending the Bush tax cuts for people making more than $250,00 "Class Warfare". Did he really say "class warfare"? There has been a 30 year class war going on since Ronald Reagan. The republicans, and large corporations, have systematically diminished the middle class, by lowering wages, shipping jobs overseas, and vilifying the unions.

The republicans have had 30 years to prove that trickle down economics works, when the statistics prove that the idea is a miserable failure. Tax cuts to the rich do not trickle anywhere but the big fat bank accounts of the rich.   

It's was an ignorant move, on Huizenga part, to bring up S corps, when many of the S corp filings are another way for big business to avoid taxes. Something that's documented in the following video: 

 

Huizenga clearly has no intention of working for the average people of our district. He is fundedby the Grand Rapids rich and the Republican party, shadow groups, outside of Michigan.  He also thinks it's o.k. to fund private company's, like Eric Prince's notorious Xe/ Blackwater, that put a black mark on out district.   

If you want real change and someone who will work for the majority of the district rather that the rich minority vote for Fred Johnson November 2nd. 

Mr. Johnson is a proven leader, as a former Marine Captain, and a current Hope College history professor.  There is no better candidate than one who actually knows the history of the great nation. 

Originally posted to Spiritparticles on Wed Oct 20, 2010 at 10:07 AM PDT.

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