New IRS Form Proves Obama Lied About Individual Mandate Tax

Yes, read the title because it’s true, New IRS Form Proves President Fibbed About Individual Mandate Tax.
Did anyone expect anything else from this Administration?
It’s the Most Transparent Administration Ever,,,,,All Very Transparent Lies, Very Easy To See.

On Thursday the IRS released a slew of draft 2014 tax forms. The new draft Form 1040 shows a new surtax line has been created for the payment
of the individual mandate surtax – see line 61 of the 1040:

yes, that’s for every body,,,, this includes you to, the Obama faithful,,, who’ll be along shortly to complain my source is not good enough and to
produce more proof.

1040 Linky

President Obama has repeatedly denied that the surtax is in fact actually a tax. The most prominent example was a heated exchange on ABC’s
This Week in Sept. 2009, when George Stephanopoulos confronted Obama with a dictionary:

STEPHANOPOULOS: I — I don’t think I’m making it up. Merriam Webster’s Dictionary: Tax — “a charge, usually of money, imposed by authority on persons
or property for public purposes.”

OBAMA: George, the fact that you looked up Merriam’s Dictionary, the definition of tax increase, indicates to me that you’re stretching a little bit
right now. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have gone to the dictionary to check on the definition. I mean what…

STEPHANOPOULOS: Well, no, but…

OBAMA: …what you’re saying is…

STEPHANOPOULOS: I wanted to check for myself. But your critics say it is a tax increase.

OBAMA: My critics say everything is a tax increase. My critics say that I’m taking over every sector of the economy. You know that.

Look, we can have a legitimate debate about whether or not we’re going to have an individual mandate or not, but…

STEPHANOPOULOS: But you reject that it’s a tax increase?

OBAMA: I absolutely reject that notion. [Transcript]


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